Cottage Liuvigild

£343  average per night

This Beachfront Cottage Is Perfect For Those Who Want A Peaceful Getaway In Galicia. With Stunning Ocean Views From Every Bedroom And A Rustic Chic Aesthetic.

  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bathroom
  • Adults only
  • Private pool


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General information

  • Private pool
  • Shared pool
  • BBQ
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Adults only
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Pets considered
  • No smoking
  • Wheelchair inaccessible

Kitchen and household



  • 0.7KM
  • > 5KM
  • > 5KM
  • 3.6KM
  • > 5KM


This beachfront cottage is perfect for those who want a peaceful getaway in Galicia. With stunning ocean views from every bedroom and a rustic chic aesthetic, Cottage Liuvigild is entirely made from natural materials. The exteriors are constructed completely from stone, while the interiors have exposed wooden beams and countryside-style furniture.

Outside, guests will find a private immersion pool, where guests can enjoy the Spanish sunshine as they swim surrounded by greenery. There are duck-egg blue deckchairs and a matching fence on one side. There is a barbecue where guests can rustle up a feast and an alfresco dining table.

Step inside the house to discover the living space, which has cosy sofas with lots of cushions, exposed stone walls and a traditional fireplace. It really is the perfect home-away-from-home. This Cottage would be lovely in the winter, where guests can take a bracing seaside walk and curl up with a hot chocolate in the evenings. The space is open-plan yet cosy.

There is a compact yet fully-equipped kitchen, with a large fridge, oven and a coffee maker. Guests can also dine here around the white table, which is like a kitchen island. There is a third dining space out on the terrace overlooking the ocean - a perfect spot to have some fresh fruit or a smoothie.

There are three charming bedrooms at this property. One is a suite with a double and a single bed, while the other rooms have double beds - all beds have crisp linen in white and grey with fluffy blanket and cushions. They have excellent views of the ocean and sweeping scenery. Polished wooden floors and dramatic wooden ceilings add to the traditional farmhouse style of the Cottage.

One of the rooms has a window panel in the roof, ensuring lots of natural light, while another has a small writing desk. Curl up in an armchair by the window and enjoy the views, or lose yourself in a good book. In the suite, the single bed is around the corner in its own area, for extra privacy. Each bedroom is an ensuite, with one room having a unique open-plan design with a vintage-style bathtub.

#### Features
The Cottage

Cottage Liuvigild is a 2-bedroom holiday home, which has striking views of Praia de Razo…one for lovers of the surf!

Ground Floor
- Double bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Dining & living area
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Utility room

First Floor
- Double bedroom, with single bed & en-suite bathroom

- Private plunge pool, with Roman steps access (3mx3.5m)
- Barbecue
- Lawn area
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Private Parking

Additional Facilities
- Coffee Maker
- Hairdryer
- Iron/Board
- Television
- Wi-Fi internet

#### Location
This Cottage is situated in Carballo, just 300 metres from a beach with endless golden sand and azure waves. The town is 1km away, where you will find all the amenities you might require, like restaurants and shops for supplies. The area is part of the Costa de Morte of Galicia, which was once considered the end of the world for pilgrims on the famous Camino de Santiago trail. Make a pilgrimage of your own to Cabo Fistrerra, where there is a lovely lighthouse and fantastic sunset views.

Razo beach is one of the most beautiful in the Costa de Morte area - it has a relaxing atmosphere, sand dunes and excellent surf conditions. Here, there are two surf schools where you can learn how to ride the waves. Popular yet still with an unspoilt coastline, this beach is perfect for a chilled afternoon. It's just 5km from the Cottage.

There are several peaceful nature trails nearby where you can stroll near the coast. Alternatively, for a nature fix, head to Refugio de Verdes, a lush park with waterfalls and ruins.

Take a day trip to A Coruna, known as the Crystal City, thanks to its many 'galerias' - enclosed glass balconies that feature stained glass. The picturesque square of Maria Pita is in the centre of town, with great examples of Galician architecture and a bustling atmosphere. A great museum to visit is the Domus, that focuses on the human body - with over 200 interactive exhibits about genetics, humanity and evolution.

On Wednesdays and Saturdays there is a great flea market where you can rummage for treasure to take home as a souvenir. The Estrella Brewery is a must-see for beer aficionados - either wander around the eight interactive exhibits solo or take a guided tour. Learn about the history and composition, as well as enjoying five samples and a complimentary draught beer.

Another famous landmark nearby is the Hercules Lighthouse, which boasts an amazing panoramic view of the Costa de Morte. Perched atop a rock at the entrance of A Coruna Harbour, this is the only functioning Roman lighthouse. As the sea here is so rough, ships crossing the Atlantic Ocean relied on the lighthouses all along the Galician coast.

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