Casa Otono

£330  average per night

Situated In A Quiet Residential Area, Just 4k From Oleiros, This Charming Villa Offers Beautiful Surroundings, A Convenient Location And Plenty Of Character.

  • Sleeps 9
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bathroom

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Description

Situated in a quiet residential area, just 4k from Oleiros, this charming villa offers beautiful surroundings, a convenient location and plenty of character. With five bedrooms and four bathrooms, Casa Otono sleeps up to nine guests comfortably, providing an ideal holiday home for families, groups of friends or multiple couples to spend some quality time together. This homely villa provides guests with a lovely home-away-from-home, where they can relax, switch off, and enjoy everything that Galicia has to offer. Set on three floors, this bright and airy villa provides a comfortable environment and an abundance of space. Arched doorways, high ceilings and rustic decor feature regularly throughout Casa Otono. Downstairs, guests will find a spacious and inviting living room with large windows overlooking the lush gardens. The fully equipped kitchen will suit everybody, whether you are a keen foodie or a novice beginner. There is a lovely breakfast area next to the kitchen, with views of the stunning landscape beyond. There is also a separate dining room, where guests can enjoy delicious meals together. On the first floor, there are four spacious bedrooms, including two doubles, a twin and a single bed. On the second floor, there is a fifth bedroom with twin beds, which would make an ideal bedroom for kids. One of the double bedrooms has an en-suite, while the rest of the bedrooms share three further bathrooms. Each of the bedrooms provides a comfortable and private space for guests to rest and recharge. The pretty garden has a porch for guests to grab a morning coffee and drink in the view, as well as a fantastic shaded area including a built-in outdoor kitchen/barbecue and a rustic dining table for guests to prepare and eat delectable alfresco meals together. The villa is in a privileged environment endowed with beautiful natural park overlooking the Castle of Santa Cruz, as well as numerous restaurants, sports areas, playgrounds and the beach located close by. With homely features, great facilities and a fantastic location, Casa Otono has everything guests could want.\r

Overlooking the Castle of Santa Cruz and situated just 4km from the town centre of Oleiros, and 12km from the city of A Coruña, this villa enjoys a peaceful and serene location, while retaining a convenient distance from the local areas. Known as one of the wealthier and more upmarket areas of Galicia, Oleiros enjoys very high living standards and is notably famous for its public gardens and for a very careful urban planning. The closest airport is in A Coruña, a 15-minute drive away. A Coruña is a historic city, steeped in history and culture, it has maintained close links with its old fishing and commercial port. The peninsula on which the Old City stands also contains the Tower of Hercules, one of the symbols of the city, which is an interesting Romanesque collection of streets, squares and medieval churches. Its lively streets are lined with fine examples of Romanesque architecture. One of the most beautiful is the church of Santiago. Built in the 12th century, it is the oldest church in the city, with later additions from the 14th and 15th centuries. Inside, the nave is wide, with pointed arches, and a polychromed statue of St. James the Apostle which dates from the 13th century. Thanks to its architectural interest it is an official Historic and Artistic Monument. In the upper part of the old city centre is another church with similar decoration, Santa María del Campo. This former collegiate church was built in the 12th and 13th centuries by the Sailors' Guild. An added attraction is the Museum of Religious Art inside the church, with works ranging from the 12th to the 15th centuries. The convent of Santa Bárbara (15th century) and the beautiful square of the same name are an official historic and artistic site. The convent complex, on the site of an earlier chapel to St. Barbara, was enlarged in the 17th and 18th centuries. Another must-see in the centre of A Coruña is the Garden of San Carlos, an official historic and artistic site. The walls of the fortress of San Carlos, which dates from 1843, shelter this unique space, home of the Archive of the Kingdom of Galicia. The centre is dominated by the tomb of Sir John Moore, a British general killed in the Battle of Corunna in 1809. The old city centre is encircled by the coastline, where A Coruña combines tradition and modernity. Opposite the port, on Avenida de la Marina, are the characteristic houses with glazed white balconies (19th Century) that form one of the most recognisable features of A Coruña and have earned it the title ‘Glass City’.\r

The Villa Casa Otono is a 5-bedroom that is a great option for a family holiday. There are several playgrounds and beaches within the local area. Ground Floor - Communal bathroom - Dining & living area - Fully equipped kitchen - Mezzanine, with living area - Utility room First Floor - Master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom - Double bedroom - Twin bedroom - Single bedroom - Communal bathrooms Second Floor - Twin bedroom Exterior - Lawn area - Outdoor dining & furniture - Parasols - Pergola - Private Parking - Summer kitchen, with barbecue - Sun loungers Additional Facilities - Books/library - Hairdryer - Iron/Board - Television - Wi-Fi internet

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