Banyoles Estate Rental Photos and Description
650 m2 of living area- 10 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms; 100 acres of land
•Holiday country estate for rent with 20 meter on-site swimming pool, tennis court and equestrian facilities (possibility to ride our pure blood Andalusian horses) set in the midst of beautiful Catalan countryside with magnificent views over the volcanic National Park of Garrotxa and the Pyrennees.
•Tastefully restored historic estate with the main house and annex building. Six en-suite bedrooms and four bedrooms that share a full bathroom make up the ten bedrooms (8 bathrooms) of the estate (sleeps up to 20 persons). There are two fully-equipped kitchens with large dining areas, sitting rooms with fireplaces and TV, 20m private pool with extensive terrace and sunbeds, 50m2 covered terrace with built-in barbecue area, mature gardens, tennis court, 1.000 m2 equestrian ring for riding horses.
Suitable for wheelchair, elderly and children. Pet friendly.
- Events Allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just wanted to drop you a note from all of us and tell you what a truly wonderful time we had visiting Can Pau. What a relaxing, beautiful place! We feel so, so lucky to have discovered it. It was just what we hoped for. Everyone was extremely comfortable and the children loved having the run of the property. Thanks so much to Ces and Natalya for their hospitality and all the nice little touches they provided to make the stay a memorable and easy one. They were never too busy to help us with one thing or another, and Ces was very gentle and calm with the children around the horses, which was really a thrill for them.
We have rented several houses over the years and have never had such a completely positive experience. We also love the new place and were very appreciative that Ces took the time to show us around the stunning house and tell us the story of San Bartomeu. I think you have some special spirits living in that place--we felt them, anyway, and felt truly blessed to be there.
In any case, we hope that we will be making a return visit in the future.
Oh by the way, all your suggestions were great--we loved the restaurant in Besalu and Vinil in Girona. Couldn't get in at Can Roca, we were "winging it" a bit too much, but it would be worth a return trip. Discovered on our own a little place in Santa Pau just off the main square (name escaping me at the moment, but it must be well-known if all the "celebrity photos" on the walls are any indication), where the food was divine and the atmosphere (we were able to sit outside) was perfect for a lazy lunch. Do you mind if I post a note about your place and the various places we visited around there on my favorite travel websites?