Ground floor: Garage equipped with washing machine, annexed to the private apartment that is occupied by another person.
The upper floor, entirely at our guests disposal, consists of an entrance hall, with a coat rack and a shoe cabinet, leads to the corridor from which all the rooms of the apartment can be accessed. These rooms have one or two windows and enjoy spectacular views; all windows are equipped with double glazing, aluminum roller shutters and mosquito nets. Kitchen: Independent kitchen with table for 6 pax. and views over the whole valley. Dining room with table for 6 pax. TV and views, south facing. Corridor to bedrooms and bathroom; all facing outside. Bedroom with double bed and terrace. Bedroom with double bed. Bedroom with a 135 cm wide bed; extra bed (on request)
Bath & Bedrooms
Your bed will be covered with a duvet in winter and with bed sheet, blanket and bedspread in summer
All rooms have their own wardrobe and dressing table; in each wardrobe, our clients will find bed linen, towels, pillows and blankets; even an electric blanket.
BED ROOM I
Provided with two large windows, west facing, with views over the garden, vineyards and the Goyan road
With 150*190 bed, multi-position electric adjustment
BED ROOM II
With terrace and afternoon sun, enjoys views over the garden and our vineyard
The bed measures 160*185 cm.
BED ROOM III
West facing and views over the vineyards, the church and the Pantón Priory
Bed measures 135*190 cm.
North facing, and views over our vineyard
Equipped with wash basin, bath tub & shower, bidet and toilet. Soap, shampoo and shower gel is provided.
Living & Dining Room
South facing and views over the pool and the valley
The lounge is equipped with a three seater sofa, three armchairs, coffee table and side tea table; digital flat screen TV and satellite
The classic style dining room, furnished with a sideboard and cupboard, where you will find muletons and table linen; an oval table and chairs for 6 people on a design carpet.
Provided with a door to the terrace, and two windows, south-west orientation and views over the pool and the valley
Fully equipped with; dishwasher, electric oven, microwave, toaster, citrus juicer, blender, Moka coffee maker, filter coffee maker, kettle, electric kettle, kitchen utensils, pots and pans of various sizes as well as dishes, salad bowls, cutlery, crockery and glass.
Kitchen and water heater run on butane gas
A complete inventory of everything the client will find at Casa Pedro is available in the house and can also be sent to you before arrival, upon request.
Fully enclosed property, main access with automatic gate, from the road to Moreda and second access to the property from the road to Goyán
At the top are the old stables, tool storage and the oven for baking the bread
The estate is populated with fruit trees: cherry, apple, plum, kiwi, olive, pear and fig trees; two wells provide sufficient irrigation water.
Different areas clearly differentiated, offer the guest different options for relaxation and leisure
The Swimming Pool
Dimensions; 3.20 meters wide by 7.90 meters long and 2.20 meters deep at the deepest part
The swimming pool between May and September is equipped with sun beds and mattresses and in the house the clients will find pool towels
Children are not allowed to use the pool without an adult's supervision.
Garden trees and a wide variety of plants provide shade on hot days and flowers for our guests to enjoy
The Vegetable Garden
The vegetables garden produces a wide variety of salads and vegetables
The vineyard produces red Mencia grapes and the grapevine that borders the estate produces white grapes
One car garage
Patio for one vehicle
Main entrance for 2 vehicles
Located in the heart of the Galician countryside, Casa Pedro, is only at 10 minutes drive from Monforte de Lemos, capital of The Ribeira Sacra; it is ideal for exploring this spectacular corner of Galicia, The Ribeira Sacra, as well as the main attractions of the coast and inland of Galicia: The Rías Baixas, with their spectacular estuaries, beaches and charming fishing villages, Santiago de Compostela, Costa da Morte and Finisterre, Lugo the walled city, and Orense with its Roman bridge.
Situated on hilly area surrounded by vineyards and forest this charming country house offers comfortable accommodation in a relaxed rural setting: About 2000 m2 of land comprises, a vineyard and a large garden with an Outdoor Pool.
Our accommodation is ideal for families, small groups of friends, couples and anyone who is looking forward to enjoy a holiday with comfort, but in the quiet of the countryside, without renouncing to the modern needs and the surrounding nature; ideally suited for golfers, the Aguas Santas 18 hole Golf course is at a walking distance; other activities such as horse riding, hiking and fishing are available in the surrounding areas.
Activities and attractions
Activities and Attractions
The Golf Course is located at approximately 700 meters from the house; a Driving Range, Putting Green and Bunker, are available for practising; there is also a Golf Shop at the Club House
The Course features 18 holes and is a par 70 (3 pairs 5, 10 pairs 4 and 5 pairs 3)
Located in a natural environment, practically flat; with 3 lakes and the river Carabelos that crosses it bordering several holes.
Organizes tournaments almost every weekend and offers classes for all levels.
The Spa Resort
Within the hotel facilities and next to the ruins of the old spa built in the nineteenth century, its modern facilities offer a space for relaxation equipped with medicinal mineral waters that consists of a thermal circuit of medicinal waters and a complete service of treatments and massages of the highest quality.
Riding lessons, initiation or improvement, individual or collective and horse routes in full contact with nature. Coaching with horses. Emotional intelligence workshops with horses, for all ages. Routes are made with reservation. In Fiolleda, 9 km from Casa Pedro, you will find Finca El Carmen, an old country house that combines agricultural and livestock work with a passion for horses.
ON THE RIBEIRA SACRA
The Románico Route allows the visitor to enjoy the landscape of vineyards and monasteries of the Ribeira Sacra.
Worthwhile Sites Nearby
Monforte, Capital of the Ribeira Sacra
- El Castillo: The Homage Tower, Palacio Condal, San Vicente del Pino Benedictine Monastery. Museum of Sacred Art of the Poor Clares
- School of the Piarist Fathers (Escolapios) and Art Museum.
- Old Bridge
- Ribeira Sacra Wine Centre
- Galician Railway Museum
Romanesque churches and monasteries:
- Monastery of the Bernardas of Ferreira de Pantón
- Saint Michael of Eire
- Church of San Fiz de Cangas
- St. Stephens of Atán
- Saint Vincent de Pombeiro
- Monastery of Santo Estevo de Ribas de Miño
Wineries and Heroic Viticulture: Regina Viarium, Algueira, Abadia da Cova, Via Romana
CANYONS OF THE RIVER SIL. And Mirador de Sober.
Depending on the time of year you will travel by tourist train (from October to May) or tourist boat (from June to September) to visit the Sil canyons, whose characteristic landscape is drawn by spectacular gorges formed by the river and the slopes full of vineyards, arranged in terraces taking advantage of the difference in level.
PLAYA FLUVIAL DE A COVA, 12.8 Km from Casa Pedro near Belesar on the river Miño https://galiciapuebloapueblo.blogspot.com/2018/04/playa-fluvial-de-cova-o-savinao.html
AGUA CAIDA WATERFALL, about 4 km from Casa Pedro, 2.8 km path through a native forest of Oak and Chestnut trees and an impressive waterfall of about 40 meters. http://es.concellodepanton.es/ruta-augacaida/4547539468
The route is not suitable for small children or people with reduced mobility.
The mountain range of Courel (Serra do Courel), also called Caurel, is a true jewel of nature, where we can find trees of all kinds, fauna, vegetation, caves, castros, Roman mines and waterfalls, many of them difficult to access. At about 46 km from Casa Pedro following the route of Monforte, Quiroga towards Folgoso do Caurel and then to Seoane do Caurel
Day trips around Galicia
LUGO AND THE CATHEDRALS BEACH
A wonderful city with 2,000 years of history, the incredible Roman wall of Lugo is more than 2 kilometres long and has more than 80 defensive towers. Another emblematic monument is the Cathedral of Santa María de Lugo, a spectacular temple located in the centric Praza Santa María.
Leaving Lugo towards the coast and Ribadeo, we arrive at Las Catedrales Beach (playa de las catedrales), with its fine white sand and large rock formations that may remind us of the flying buttresses of the cathedrals; large rock arches of tens of meters high that dot this beach forming a wonderful landscape. It is advisable to visit it at low tide and during the months of July and August it is necessary to book on-line.
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, O Grove, Portonovo, Combarro and Pontevedra
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
The capital of the community of Galicia and a city of pilgrims full of history and mystery is how Santiago de Compostela is known. The whole city is a World Heritage Site and is one of the key points where pilgrims who make the Camino de Santiago arrive. What you have to do in this city besides walking through its streets and visiting the cathedral is to get to know its various historical monuments.
A small peninsula at the entrance to the Arosa estuary with the Isla de la Toja could be called Galicia's seafood paradise
The seafood festival from October 4th to 14th
If you want to know what to see in Galicia near Pontevedra, here it is. Of all the beaches in the area, this is the most recommended. La Lanzada is one of the 5 best beaches to see in Galicia, and it is not to be missed.
Portonovo is a Galician coastal town that belongs to the municipality of Sanxenxo in the region of O Salnés, in the estuary of Pontevedra. It is located in a spectacular natural environment in the Rias Baixas and in front of the National Park of the Atlantic Islands.
COMBARRO, in general terms we can say that it is distributed in two well differentiated zones, one of them is the street or lane that crosses the coast next to the boats and the food and souvenirs shops. And the other part is the highest corresponding to the old town where we find some steep streets and old houses.
For us this mythical city is one of the most beautiful in all of Galicia. Walking through the streets of its old town is a real delight but this is not only for us. Due to the good conservation of the city besides being all the old town only pedestrian it is considered like one of the most comfortable European cities to live. What stands out about Pontevedra is its urban quality, mobility and accessibility, but this is not the only award it has received. All this has made it a city of example and model at a national and international level.
ORENSE AND THE THERMAL BATHS
Two thousand years of history can be felt in the monumental architecture of Ourense, a range of buildings that invite you to travel back in time: to medieval, renaissance, baroque, modernist Ourense... and even much earlier, the Roman and pre-Roman city, famous for the gold of the Miño and the hot waters of As Burgas.
The cathedral of Ourense is one of the most important of the community catalogued as a Cultural Interest. Besides appreciating it from the outside, we recommend you to go inside where you can see its porticos, the chapel of Santo Cristo, its High Altar and the Treasure of the Cathedral.
THE THERMAL BATHS
Located practically in the bed of the Miño River, it is an open-air thermal complex at the foot of an old wooden mill (an acea) that has been completely restored, from which it takes its name (muíño is the Galician word for "mill"). It is surrounded by a wide green recreational area, which merges with the riverside vegetation of the place.
The complex is made up of five swimming pools: a main pool of 200 m2, a second one of 130 m2 and other two smaller ones of 55 and 45 m2, as well as a cold water pool for contrast baths. The bathing water here is around 40º C. The whole enclosure is fed by several springs flowing at temperatures between 65 and 72º C, some of the hottest in the Peninsula.
The waters of these hot springs are of weak mineralization and alkaline: bicarbonate-sodium, fluoride and silicate.
The Muíño da Veiga thermal area is accessible by foot. The nearest car park is very close, with access from the N-120. It is also possible to park on the opposite bank, in the area of Reza. Both parkings are free of charge.
- Reza Car Park (Pozas Maimón) See map
- Parking Muíño da Veiga See map - Not suitable for buses
COSTA DA MORTE
One of the most important and beautiful cities you have to see. It is located in the Rias Altas and is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It has a beautiful promenade with typical houses with stained glass windows, as well as other interesting places to visit. We recommend that you spend at least one day in A Coruña, which is sure to captivate you as much as we do.
Tower of Hercules
One of the most famous monuments in Galicia is the Tower of Hercules, the third highest lighthouse in Spain. Located in a strategic point it is possible to see the tower from several points of the city of A Coruña. We recommend you to climb to the top of the tower where the views are incredible. This lighthouse is a Roman lighthouse that is almost 2 thousand years old and is also considered to be the oldest working lighthouse in the world.
Castro of Baroña
For us, one of the places that would appear in a list of five places to know in Galicia would undoubtedly be the Castro Baroña. The castro is located on the shores of the ocean protected by what remains of its two walls of which only a part is currently preserved. There are also some remains of the houses that were a total of 20. When you get to the castro you are speechless, you can really imagine what the settlement must have been like between the 1st century BC and the 1st century AD.
The cape par excellence of the community could not be missing from our list of essential places to visit in Galicia. This famous cape is known for being the last point where pilgrims arrive on the Camino de Santiago.
VIGO, Cíes Islands and Baiona
Monte de O Castro is the origin of Vigo, where the first settlers settled in the second and third centuries BC
Porta do Sol is km 0 of Vigo; the hinge that links the historic quarter of Vigo and the Ensanche,
The fishermen's quarter of Vigo is Bouzas
Vigo is sea, and the sea is Vigo. It is not in vain that Vigo is the leading European port in terms of fresh fish landings
The spectacular beach of Samil invites you to stop the hours in front of the sea.
It is not possible to feel Vigo completely without crossing the Rande Bridge by car and contemplating from its height the island of San Simón and the Cíes Islands or the immensity of the Vigo estuary
One of the best known excursions in the Rias Bajas. This beautiful archipelago of three islands is considered a National Park because of its high natural value. We recommend you to dedicate a whole day to enjoy its landscapes.
Baiona and the Castro Santa Tecla
We go back in time and visit again one of the most representative historical monuments of Galicia. The Castro Santa Tecla is considered to be of Cultural Interest due to its good state of conservation. To think that it is a very important archaeological site to know the history of the zone. This castro is really big and you can also see a reconstructed house.
Registration number: VUT-LU-000835
Rentalia Reference num: 885355
Independent swimming pool
Non smokers preferred
Outside the village
Follés, A Chousa 74. 27438 Pantón. Lugo
27438 Folles Lugo (Spain)
120 km to the beach, 1 km to the city center, 117 km to the airport, 500 m to supermarket, 800 m to a river or lake, 11 km to the train station, 600 m to the bus station, 10 km to the hospital, 150 m to a hiking route
80 km from a ski resort, 800 m from a golf resort, 120 km from a sports harbour, 9 km from a horse riding center, 120 km from a diving center
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