Casa Miñeixa and Casa Veiga are made for rest, tranquility, good food and, if the weather permits, some wild beaches where to swim, walks through meadows and forests, horseback or kayak routes and many more alternatives to spend some days in the Ria de Ortigueira.
Our village is called San Adrián de Veiga and is located between the banks of the Ría de Santa Marta and the skirt of the Sierra A Capelada. The village is small and very, very quiet but its people and its situation makes it ideal for a good rest.
The houses are decorated with care and a lot of care. All household linen is of good quality, there is no lack of embroidered cotton sheets and fresh and dry towels. Both houses have a living room with fireplace and heating, kitchens equipped with everything you need, three double bedrooms in Casa Miñeixa and two doubles in Casa Veiga.
Miñeixa is surrounded by a well-kept garden that my father pampers when he can, as a good English gardener, has barbecue and garden furniture. Casa Veiga has a closed patio which is very safe for families with children. In both houses we are friends of domestic animals and until now we have not had any problem with the "best friends of man". Even, sometimes, you can see a fox, which has been baptized as Socks by our customers. We visit around 9 at night to see if any crumb falls to eat.
Below we show you a series of photographs and some comments from our clients. We hope you like it and that you are encouraged to visit us.