There is no doubting that the combination of a private pool and an unspoilt sandy beach at virtually the end of the garden is an ideal one. Add to this the pleasure of an ever changing seascape as yachts and colourful fishing boats make their way in and out of the little fishing port of Bueu, and we suspect that most guests will find it hard to tear themselves away from the Villa.
A tiered garden on three levels allows full access to these sea views to the west over the Ría de Aldan, a tiny, sheltered inlet of the Ría de Pontevedra, so that the lighthouse of Punta Cousa seems only a stone's throw across the water. A covered dining terrace overlooks the lawned garden with its barbecue house; below this sits the swimming pool, also surrounded by an area of grass; then in turn a few steps further down lead to a garden retreat with fruit trees providing shade to simply read or doze undisturbed.
The area around is designated as natural parkland, which ensures an unspoilt holiday setting. However, if the need arises to mingle with humanity, market day in nearby Bueu (5km) provides ample opportunity for people watching, perhaps whilst sipping a glass of Albariño and enjoying a dish or two of tapas. Around 10km beyond Bueu is the larger town of Marin, where a wide range of shops and restaurants can be found. Excursions by boat from both towns to the island of Ons make for an interesting view of the seafaring and fishing tradition of the Rías Baixas.
Lower level (accessed directly from garden): Open plan sitting/dining room/kitchen (wood burning stove,TV, DVD, CD, microwave, washing machine).Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Shower room.
Upper level: Small hallway/sitting area. Double bedroom with doors to covered balcony. Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom.
Outside: Enclosed gardens extending over three levels with lawns and trees. Barbecue house. Private parking.
Private swimming pool (8m x 4m) with Roman steps.