Nature house in Tábua

Details

Nature house-id 18291
Department Comibra
Region Central
Country Portugal
Number of guests 5
Bedrooms 2
Type cottage
Rental situation switched house
Location isolated
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About this nature house

This peaceful 2-bedroom holiday home for 5 guests in Covas is nestled amid nature. Perfect for friends and families, this home features a shared swimming pool, a conservatory, and a private garden to relax. The dense forest in the region is steps away from the holiday home, perfect for adventure-seeking guests. Indulge in a shopping spree at the supermarkets or go restaurant-hopping, 12 km away. You can also enjoy a refreshing swim in the public swimming pool, 12 km away. This lavish holiday home is tastefully decorated with amenities to make your stay comfortable. Indulge in a cooking session with the family in the open kitchen or get cosy around the wood stove in the living room. You can also avail a children's bed and a high chair on request. The host also provides play equipment and sandpit for the young stayers.

Facilities

open kitchen ground floor
  • oven,
  • dishwasher,
  • fridge-freezer
Living/diningroom ground floor
  • double sofa bed,
  • TV(satellite),
  • stove(wood),
  • stereo unit,
  • garden doors,
  • heating(electric),
  • air conditioning
bedroom ground floor
  • double bed,
  • garden doors,
  • heating(electric)
bedroom ground floor
  • single bed,
  • bunk bed,
  • garden doors
bathroom ground floor
  • shower(adapted for disabled),
  • washbasin,
  • toilet(adapted for disabled),
  • heating(electric)
Algemeen
  • conservatory/veranda(shower(outside), garden furniture)
  • washing machine(shared with other guests, paid)
  • garden(private)
  • parking
  • trampoline(shared with other guests)
  • swimming pool(shared with other guests, 12 x 5 m.)
  • sand pit
  • play equipment
  • children's bed(on request)

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  • Away from your daily struggle
  • Contribute to local nature projects

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