Nature house in Valencia de alcántara


Nature house-id 15405
Department Caceres
Region Extremadura
Country Spain
Number of guests 2
Bedrooms 1
Type farm
Rental situation detached
Location on a yard

About this nature house

This is a lovely 1-bedroom farmhouse in Valencia de Alcántara. It's located in the gorgeous countryside close to the Portuguese border. It is ideal for a couple. The farmhouse is nestled between the Rierra de San Pedro and Serre de Sao Mamede National Park in Portugal. From the house, you can see falcons and eagles flying. You will find various small medieval villages and ruins such as Alburquerque nearby. You can also go horse riding and golfing in the vicinity. There's a restaurant 1 km away and a supermarket 10 km from here. The home is 200 years old and has been beautifully renovated. There's a large shared garden with furniture where you can have a barbecue and a communal swimming pool for a refreshing dip. There's also a private terrace. The home is air conditioned and the living room has a fireplace. You're allowed to bring 1 pet. Public transport is 10 km away.


Living room ground floor
  • TV(digital),
  • fireplace,
  • heating(central),
  • air conditioning
Kitchen ground floor
  • bar(eating bar),
  • cooker(2 ring stoves),
  • microwave,
  • fridge-freezer,
  • heating(central),
  • air conditioning
bedroom ground floor
  • small double bed,
  • heating,
  • air conditioning,
  • children's bed(on request)
shower ground floor
  • adapted for disabled,
  • unit
washbasin ground floor
toilet ground floor
  • adapted for disabled
bidet ground floor
heating ground floor
  • central
BBQ ground floor
  • courtyard(private, roofed)
  • terrace(private, roofed, fenced)
  • garden(private, shared with other guests, roofed, fenced)
  • garden furniture
  • BBQ
  • parking

Optional costs

€ 5/night, onsite
€ 5/person/night, onsite


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