|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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La Casa de Carmen has more than four hundred years old, as stated in records prior to 1647. Its restoration was complete as only the outer walls of the house were kept. The configuration of a house in a seaside village, with its wooden floors and ceilings were respected in their rehabilitation.
At its entrance, a stone arch reveals her past. Downstairs enjoy the fireplace in the living room, kitchen and bathroom with shower with light and rain effect. Upstairs, we have a fireplace and antique clawfoot tub in the room itself, and in the bathroom a shower. From this floor access a small courtyard with garden furniture facing south.
- A room with a bed of 1.50 cm with fireplace and whirlpool old legs integrated in the room itself.
- Hot-cold air conditioning, flat screen TVs.
- Two bathrooms with shower and shower with light and rain (with hairdryers and toiletries).
- Living room with fireplace.
- Fully equipped kitchen and dining.
- Terrace and outdoor furniture.
- A double sofa bed in the living room and extra single bed.
- Information about the area.
- Free Wifi throughout the house.
This charming house, comfortable, located in the center of town and yet away from the noise is the ideal place for tourist routes along the Costa da Morte: Faro Fisterra, Carnota beach, Muxia, Camariñas, Muros, waterfall Xallas ....
We (two mature experienced travellers) stayed in Ana & Jose's cottage for one week in late September. It is beautiful, decorated to details, comfortable, homey, close to everything in the area, including several beaches and Fisterra. Do walk Carnota beach, and park in Fisterra and walk up to the lighthouse.
Jose met us and provided lots of information on the area, activities, driving distances etc. There was a lovely orange cake Ana made, a bottle of Cava and water and milk to start our stay. Soap and shampoo, laundry items and everything you could possibly think of. They are only a phone call, or msg away, and were available if we needed them. Both are very hospitable, knowledgeable, and great hosts.
The house itself is about 400 years old and they have taken the time to finish every detail to keep the era alive in the house and make it very livable and comfortable. Even electronics.
Thank you to both Ana & Jose for a wonderful week in our tour of Spain. You are both very special.
I proprietari sono stati semplicemente spettacari, gentili amoreboli. Siamo stati in luna di miele quasi due settimane e ci siamo trovati benissimo, tanti bagni nella vasca e il cammino in camera favoloso sembrava di essere tornati indietro nel tempo. Anche se ha piovuto tanti giorni ci siamo goduti al massimo il nostro castello dell'amore. Grazie ancora a Jose e Ana di tutto dei loro gesti tanto carini.
La casa es muy bonita, con muchos detalles que hacen que la estancia muy agradable (incluido un rico bizcocho). La ubicación es ideal tanto para conocer Corcubión (hay restaurantes cercanos donde comer o cenar) como para acercarse a diferentes lugares de la zona: Ézaro, Fisterra, Carnota...
Esperamos poder repetir en otra ocasión.
La casa muy acogedora con todos los detalles imaginables y un cercano recibimiento por parte de Jose el dueño. Un bizcocho casero preparado por su mujer, champan y chocolates...bella decoración de la vivienda, las chimeneas, muy buena ubicación para ver toda la costa da morte. Se agradece poder haber viajado con nuestras perras, a ellas también les encanto Casa de Carmen! Muchas gracias y seguro que repetimos.
Es la tercera vez que estoy en esta preciosidad de casa
Como siempre una estancia maravillosa !!!!
Una casa llena de encanto por todos sus rincones
Y como siempre un trato excepcional por parte de jose y ana
Es una casa que te hacer sentir una reina, donde todos tus sueños se pueden hacer realidad. Lo que menos me gustó es que te da mucha pereza salir de la casa para visitar los lugares maravillosos que hay alrededor, estas deseando que llegue la noche para volver a ese fastantico hogar de ensueño. Es fantástica!.
Cualquier detalle que dudes si lo hay, te aseguró que estará.
Y que hablar de José, es una persona que sólo se encuentra entre un millon, pura bondad.
Yo volveré, no sé cuando pero tengo que volver.
Sinceramente, algo que me emocionó es que llevaba a mi perrita y sin decir nada nos tenía preparada una cestita para ella.
Si tienes dudas al elegir hospedaje, no lo pienses, ve a casa Carmen, lo que pages será poco en comparación con lo que te vas a llevar.
No se que categoría tiene esta casa pero para mi es una casa rural de seis estrellas.
Patricia Delgado y Diego Martín, de Salamanca.
( espero que con mis palabras no nos suban el precio, jajaja)
We suggest you visit Casa de Carmen in Galicia and specifically an area still little known in which we have the pleasure of living called the Costa de la Muerte. It is located in the westernmost part of Galicia, on the Atlantic Ocean in the province of A Coruña. It is not clear the name Costa da Morte, but may be due to any of the following reasons, the first, and that seems the most real, would be named by the continuous shipwrecks that occurred in this area so battered by temporary and still produce the death of fishermen and sailors, the other, more poetic and the more we identify is referred to this end of the earth, the place where the sun dies.
It is an area not yet fully discovered by tourists although some and we are fortunate to enjoy long. We will find beaches, mountains, trails, towns, routes ... where worth spending a few days and even holidays. We suggest some interesting places to visit.
The first is the ascent to Mount Pindo, a hiking trail about four hours of average level that will lead to its highest point, the Moa, there we can enjoy spectacular views. Is the most mythical of the Galician mountains, with its legends, sacrifices, excommunications, petroglyphs, fertility rites, fortresses, etc ... also contemplate the strange shapes of the rocks in which adivinaremos all kinds of monsters and animals.
Very close to this mountain have a quiet little village called Ézaro, it is the mouth of the Xallas river plunges into the sea in a cascade of 40 meters high.
A beautiful town is a historic Corcubión considered one of the best preserved of the Costa da Morte. We recommend that you visit it in the second half of July because in it the feast of Carmen, patron saint of sailors and also the medieval market that fully engage its neighbors by dressing in vintage clothes is celebrated.
And speaking of people with remarkable historical and artistic center cite walls, preserving the marine air and where we can find arcades, narrow streets, traditional houses, cruises and squares. Good entertainment is read the names of its streets, namely: Hope, Patience, Soledad, Leisure, Bitterness, Retirement, Health ...
The beach Carnota with its endless miles to walk, where entrance is the granary of Carnota (typical Galician building that was used to store grain grown) and is now national tourist monument.
Villa of Camariñas, with its famous lace from its lighthouse Vilán part a route of 19 kilometers with beautiful views and runs along a track of land and well conditioned that leads to Xaviña and Arou. In it we see the English Cemetery (where they are buried 175 deaths from the sinking of the British ship "Serpent"), the beaches of Reira Thirteen and ending in the fishing village of Camelle.
El Faro Finisterre, we have reached the end of the world, here we will enjoy the sunset, place full of all kinds of beliefs and pagan rites, in which the Romans (s. II. C.) was startled to see the huge sun disappear into the water. According to legend beyond this spooky creatures lived out ... We have reached the end of our route in which the ancients believed guess the end of the known world and is also the end of the Camino de Santiago as always many pilgrims decided to extend his trip here for several reasons, all different.
To regain strength we can visit any of the restaurants in this town, we suggest clams and grilled sea bass accompanied by good Alvariño. Would you like to come?
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jul 1 2016 - Aug 31 2016
3 night minimum stay
Sep 1 2016 - Dec 16 2016
2 night minimum stay
Dec 17 2016 - Jan 8 2017
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|