|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
We stayed at Casa Bartulo for a week and had a great time.
The house is comfortable and clean and the garden is amazing (especially when you're travelling with kids) Pepe, Carmen and Raquel were very nice to us and made us feel welcome. We loved the fresh eggs, figs, grapes etc. They tasted so good!
Our daughter loved to play and cuddle with the dogs and had a great time running around in the garden.
The house is perfectly located to explore the region.
If you're looking for a nice holiday house close to Santiago, I can highly recommend Casa Bartulo!
WOW - This place is amazing - We stayed ( 20/06/2015 - 29/06/2015) in the bigger house Myself - My Husband-Son and my Papa (dad). Pepe -Carmen & Raquel are lovely they made us feel very welcome and very much at home.
This house is so close to the airport 10mins and so close to Santiago town. The House and the grounds are amazing and this shows by the love the house & grounds is given as they are well looked after by Pepe & Carmen that live their also. They have two very lovely dogs an older one and a puppy Chusca that has given us very happy memories watching our son play with them. My Dad loved this house as he comes form Santiago and spent many an hour chatting to Pepe and Carmen in the morning or in the evening. This is one house that we would come back to as we have family in Santiago so for us its good.
Thank you Pepe Carmen & Raquel for making us feel so welcome. xxxxxx
From Dana - Susana & Oliver & Snr Juan.
From Berkshire UK
Gracias por todo - la casa es preciosa y gracias por ser tan amable especialmente con me Papa que lo paso bien ablando con Pepe y Carmen. Besos a todos. xxxxxxx
Wonderful property set in beautiful gardens and must be three acres of land.
Spotless quality accomodation, everything we needed and so so relaxing sitting in the grounds. Perfect weather and not at all humid. Handy base also for all of Galithia. Lovely family and two great dogs. We enjoyed every minute. Would recommend to anybody who likes peaceful surroundings and no local mass shopping. Thenk you for all the eggs, and salad. Mike and Lynne Dean. P.S. We will be back.
We stayed at Casa Bartulo while visiting our daughter who is studying abroad in Santiago this college semester! We were SO glad we chose Casa Bartulo!
The house is adorable--very clean with a wonderful wood-burning stove in the family room, gleaming hardwood floors throughout the upstairs, nice large bathrooms with plenty of hot water, and a kitchen with a small refrigerator, stove and microwave.
Raquel speaks very good English, and Pepe & Carmen and their lovely family (we were lucky to meet their adorable grandchildren and Carmen's mom) were very good about helping my husband along with his Spanish. We did not arrive until late on Sunday evening (around 11:30) and even so, Pepe and Carmen had waited up for us to greet us, helped us carry in our luggage, and had a roaring fire in the wood-burning stove!
The house is close enough to Santiago (only 15 minutes away) that our daughter was able to stay with us, and my husband was able to drive her to class each day, but far enough away to get away from the "hustle and bustle" of the city. It was very peaceful and quiet--a perfect place from which to explore the beauty of Galicia!
Carmen and Pepe brought us fresh eggs from their chickens as well as fresh kiwis--what a treat and so delicious! I had not had eggs that fresh since I moved off of our farm when I was ten years old.
We were amazed at the stonework done by Pepe!
We would highly recommend Casa Bartulo for a special treat--you will leave in love with Spain, the house and Carmen, Pepe, Raquel and family!
We were greeted warmly by Raquel who speaks good English. Her mother and and father don't speak much English but are very warm, friendly and generous- they kept leaving little gifts like eggs and plums for us. The house is lovely - traditional, clean and very comfortable. The garden is large and very pretty and the pool is a huge bonus. It's only a 10 minute drive to Santiago, a really interesting medieval city. You can also drive to the coast in an hour.
I highly recommend the house as it's very good value for all the facilities it offers and Raquel and her family are delightful.
My wife and I stayed here for a week in the summer of 2014. The house is very conveniently located close to Santiago airport and major transport routes, as well as the wonderful city of Santiago. As others have noted, there is no problem with aero plane or road noise.
Raquel, Carmen and Pepe were wonderful hosts. Raquel was a pleasure to deal with as we made arrangements for the rental by email, and was happy to show us the way to the nearby supermarket soon after we arrived. The gardens and pool are beautifully maintained and we loved sitting outside for lunch or breakfast or a quiet drink. It's very tranquil, but there is plenty of space for children to play.
The house itself is very comfortable and well represented by the pictures on the website. The kitchen is very well equipped and spacious. We usually ate outside, but the dining and living room were also comfortable and nicely decorated. The bathrooms and showers were great and we had no problems sleeping at all.
This was our first visit to Galicia and we really enjoyed the beautiful beaches and countryside. Santiago is close by and very easy to drive to, with convenient parking close to the town center. There are lots of really good restaurants and cafés in the town center. It was also easy to reach the highways North and South and we enjoyed many day trips to other interesting locations. It's only a 2 hour drive to Oporto although you will need to make arrangements with the hire car companies to drive into Portugal.
We had a fabulous holiday and I would highly recommend Casa Bartulo as a rental property.
Santiago de Compostela (10 minutes drive) is a famous medieval town. Its most astonishing landmark is its cathedral, where thousands of pilgrims come to visit the tomb of Santiago Apostol. You can also enjoy a great variety of cultural activities and concerts, as well as shopping and lively evenings and late nights. You can't miss a day trip to Costa da Morte,' at the end of the world'. The main highlights are: Fisterra, The amazing views of the sea in Cabo Vilán or the cliffs in Cape of Touriñán. 45 minutes drive, you can visit A Coruña, a modern city with a beautiful old town and the most ancient Roman lighthouse still in use 'Torre de Hércules. White sandy beaches are in As Rías Baixas, 1hour drive.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Oct 1 2016 - Dec 31 2016
4 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|