1º “SAGAR”. This is the area where one enters the cider farm. It has a reception counter for clients, a table on which glasses are laid out for diners to use for drinking Sagardoa and a window from which one can see our coal-fired grill. It is decorated with apple and cider motifs.
It can seat 150 diners and features a WC for persons of reduced mobility and access to the cider hall and to the other two dining rooms.
2º “BASERRI”. This dining room is decorated in the style of the farmhouses of the province of Gipuzkoa and is a tribute to “Petritegi”, our farmhouse, the origins of the cider farm and of our family. It is divided into two parts with a sliding glazed panel which, when open, is used to create a single space for 180 diners. This dining room includes a WC and access to the cider hall.
3º “ARRANTZALE”. Decorated in a style evocative of the world of Basque fishermen, intimately associated with the natural cider of the Basque Country from time immemorial. Basque fishermen were major consumers of cider both at sea (they would load a large number of cider barrels on board on their fishing trips to Newfoundland in search of whales and cod), and on land, as they were regular patrons of the cider farms located in villages and towns along the coast.
This dining room has its own access to the cider hall. Can seat 90 diners. WC.