Nature house in Marvao

Details

Nature house-id 45693
Region Alentejo
Country Portugal
Number of guests 4
Bedrooms 2
Type country house
Rental situation detached
Location isolated
Check-in 14:00 - 22:00
Check-out 07:00 - 12:00

About this nature house

With an exceptional panoramic view, this naturehouse is located in the natural park and ecological reserve, on the gateway to the medieval village of Marvão. Wake up with the tinkling of the sheeps going through the Roman road, take the delicious breakfast in the romantic atmosphere of the arches in granite or in the quiet of the porch and prepare for moments of pure relaxation or adventure.

Nature and surroundings

From the farm, there is a Roman road that gives direct access to the medieval village of Marvão, with marked paths, for walks that guarantee moments of discovery and adventure. In the village of Marvão, you can walk through the medieval streets and visit the castle; outside the big walls, you can explore old paths by Roman trails on foot or on horseback, and watch the birds in their natural habitat. Despite having all the surrounding nature environment, This naturehouse  is just some minutes distance from major urban centers: a 3-minute Marvão and just 10 km from Castelo de Vide.

Contact with the landlord

Sustainability

  • Degree of waste separation: Glass, Paper/cardboard, Vegetable fruit garden waste, Plastics
  • From own garden: Fruit
  • Public transport within 1 kilometer

Facilities

Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
General
  • fire place
  • garden furniture
  • internet (WiFi)
  • garden
  • terras (private)
  • bbq
  • refrigirator with freezer
  • terrace
  • general heating
  • dishwasher
  • garden doors
  • terrace (roofed)
  • internet
  • garden (private, illuminated)
  • balcony
  • tv
  • kitchen
  • parking (x 4)
  • double bed
  • single bed (x 2)
  • swimming pool (private) 25 m2

Location

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  • Away from your daily struggle
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