Tourist License Code: HBI01213
This charming Palacio Oxangoiti dated on the XVIIth century is located some few meters away from the beach and the City Hall of Lekeitio.
The building, constructed in 1674 as Casa Sagasti and restored in 2008 for hotel uses, it was the ancient home of the Oxangoiti, lineage proceding from the Biscayan village of Lezama and also landlords of Sosoaga Palace, in Lekeitio as well, place from where was removed the imposing cider press that today, maintaining still the name of its origins, it is showed amazingly enough at the deconsacrated ermitage of Santa Elena. The “Lagar de Xoxoaga” of nowadays, an important structure for the pressing of the Txakoli, the most ancient of several which today exist in the Basque Country, is also an interesting tourist resource in Lekeitio.
In the Palacio Oxangoiti of today are evidenced some details that during its years as a residence highlighted both the village of Lekeitio and the family which lived it. These details have to do with the excellent wooden works showed over the entrace door as well as under the roof.
The common areas of the palace are large and offer free wireless connection to the internet and its rooms, all of them outwards facing and the most of them with balcony, are provided with complete bathroom and TV.
Very close from there, some few 200 steps away, the fishing port of Lekeitio, frequently the focus of the live at the villages of the Basque coast, will be waiting for you with its gastronomical offer of the sea. Whether you wish to be seated at a good table or only to take some pintxos, here you may enjoy the best sea food and appetizing elaborations.