356 Luxury Country house with pool
- Distance to Beach
- 10-20 km
Special discounts for Stays in June & September 2017
Coupon Codes: JUNE / SEPTEMBER
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Total Bedrooms: 4
2 en-suite double bedrooms (160 cm beds)
2 en-suite twin bedrooms (0.90 cm beds)
Total Bathrooms: 4
1 En-suite bathroom with bathtub
3 En-suite bathrooms with shower
This charming country house from the 18th century is located in a small village. It has been lovingly restored in a traditional style, maintaining its ancient touch while offering all the mod-cons desirable for today´s high standard lifestyle. It is a perfect spot for a family retreat in an unspoiled natural site unchanged for centuries.
The house adapts itself to the slope of the ground. Come to cozy up in its charming lounge or in its delightful library, both with a roaring fireplace to gather around. The dining room seats 10 guests and the kitchen leads directly to a beautiful verandah shaded by a centenary lemon tree. The villa has four double en-suite bedrooms, each with beautiful views of the leafy outside. The property, dominated by a traditional “hórreo”, gets lost into the forest, filled with mighty oak trees and mimosas.
Within 2 minutes walking you will find an idyllic river surrounded by chestnut trees with its branches falling into the water. Wandering around you will discover some old waterwheels and amazing landscapes to go for a stroll.
- Internet WIFI
- Hair Dryer
- Private Garden
- Private Parking
- Garden Furniture
- Sun Beds
- Private Pool 5m x 7m
Kitchen & Utility
- End Cleaning
- Coffee Maker
- Electric Stove
- Bed Linen
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen Utensils
- Maid / house keeper
- Extra cleaning
Distance to Town & Amenities
Town centre: 5 km
Restaurant: 100 m
Shop/supermarket: 5 km
Santiago de Compostela (SCQ): 90 km
Vigo (VGO): 42 km
A Coruña (LCG): 132 km
Porto (OPO), North Portugal: 179 km
- Historical site
- River beach
- Town centre
- Walk to river
- Shopping centre
- Street market
Pontevedra is a city with a passion for culture and tradition. In recent years it has become almost completely pedestrianised, perfect for taking a stroll to enjoy the beautiful parks and squares and the many bars and restaurants.
The coastline is formed by the Rias Baixas which are dotted with picturesque fishing villages and highly attractive towns such as Baiona, Sanxenxo, O Grove and the Islands of Cíes and A Toja.
Cíes Islands are the Vigo estuary´s greatest treasure. An amazing National park internationally known for the most beautiful beach of the world: Rodas beach. The islands are full of unspoiled beaches with clear waters and spectacular sceneries such as the amazing cliffs that you can see from the lighthouse.
Sanxenxo and Portonovo has a young happening atmosphere with its busy beaches and modern bars.
O Grove is a pleasant fishing village with wide soft sandy beaches. Fresh seafood is a speciality here. O Grove is connected to the island of La Toja by a bridge. La Toja has a reputation for being exclusive and attracts wealthy residents and holiday makers alike. One of the main attractions here is the church which is completely covered in local sea shells.
The old quarter in Combarro has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Combarro is famous for the crosses situated in the squares or crossroads, the figure of the Virgin Mary is usually facing the sea and Christ is facing the ground.
The long beautiful beaches of A Lanzada have fine sand and turquoise waters. Opposite the beach in the distance is the pretty Island of Ons, a popular destination for boat trips.
Within the province of Pontevedra there are many vineyards. The largest concentration of wineries is in Val do Salnes which surrounds the town of Cambados.
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