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Combarro Lodge at Galicia

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Quirky and charming are the buzzwords at one-bedroom Combarro Lodge in Galicia, Northern Spain. Set right on the shore in the old fishing town of Combarro is this old salt warehouse turned cute holiday cottage. Sleeping up to three people, it’s perfect for a couples’ or a small family getaway. Not only will you get a comfy – and majorly Instagrammable – space to sleep and relax in, but far-reaching views of the deep blue sea. It’s so close to the water, that you can feed the fish right from the living room and hear the soothing sounds of gently lapping waves while you sleep.

The cottage pays homage to its nautical roots with seaside-style décor in some of its artwork and its small porthole-style windows. The walls feature beautiful exposed stone and are elegantly contrasted with the cottage’s modern furniture and colourful soft furnishings. Kick back on the sofa with a book from the bookcase or watch a film on the television – all the while light is shining through from the nearby window, allowing you to make the most of those sea views, too.

There’s a small dining table and a kitchen at Combarro Lodge, so you can eat in without hassle. The latter is equipped with a microwave, fridge and cooker and classic-styled crockery. The bedroom is directly above the kitchen – just climb up the short ladder – for the cosy, loft-style space with a double bed. There’s also a bathroom with walk-in shower on the lower floor, near the entrance of the villa, and it also continues the nautical theme with its fun starfish and blue window shutters.

Combarro itself is a beautiful and historic town, with lots of cobbled streets to wander along, plus bars and restaurants with terraces to sit out on. You can pick up your fresh produce here for cooking back at the cottage, too, or can try some of the local Galicia delights, including steamed mussels and octopus. From the cottage, it’s only a five-minute walk to the sandy beach, and a few minutes’ by car to more must-see towns like Sanxenxo and Pontevedra.

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Quirky and charming are the buzzwords at one-bedroom Combarro Lodge in Galicia, Northern Spain. Set right on the shore in the old fishing town of Combarro is this old salt warehouse turned cute holiday cottage. Sleeping up to three people, it’s perfect for a couples’ or a small family getaway. Not only will you get a comfy – and majorly Instagrammable – space to sleep and relax in, but far-reaching views of the deep blue sea. It’s so close to the water, that you can feed the fish right from the living room and hear the soothing sounds of gently lapping waves while you sleep.

The cottage pays homage to its nautical roots with seaside-style décor in some of its artwork and its small porthole-style windows. The walls feature beautiful exposed stone and are elegantly contrasted with the cottage’s modern furniture and colourful soft furnishings. Kick back on the sofa with a book from the bookcase or watch a film on the television – all the while light is shining through from the nearby window, allowing you to make the most of those sea views, too.

There’s a small dining table and a kitchen at Combarro Lodge, so you can eat in without hassle. The latter is equipped with a microwave, fridge and cooker and classic-styled crockery. The bedroom is directly above the kitchen – just climb up the short ladder – for the cosy, loft-style space with a double bed. There’s also a bathroom with walk-in shower on the lower floor, near the entrance of the villa, and it also continues the nautical theme with its fun starfish and blue window shutters.

Combarro itself is a beautiful and historic town, with lots of cobbled streets to wander along, plus bars and restaurants with terraces to sit out on. You can pick up your fresh produce here for cooking back at the cottage, too, or can try some of the local Galicia delights, including steamed mussels and octopus. From the cottage, it’s only a five-minute walk to the sandy beach, and a few minutes’ by car to more must-see towns like Sanxenxo and Pontevedra.
The Villa

Combarro Lodge is one of a kind! There is no escaping that this is a tiny townhouse, but that makes it ideal for those who want to experience the hustle & bustle of Combarro, whilst enjoying views of the Pontevedra Estuary from their window.

Ground Floor
- Double bed, on a mezzanine level
- Communal bathroom
- Dining & living area, with sofa bed
- Kitchenette

Exterior
- Roadside parking
Quirky and charming are the buzzwords at one-bedroom Combarro Lodge in Galicia, Northern Spain. Set right on the shore in the old fishing town of Combarro is this old salt warehouse turned cute holiday cottage. Sleeping up to three people, it’s perfect for a couples’ or a small family getaway. Not only will you get a comfy – and majorly Instagrammable – space to sleep and relax in, but far-reaching views of the deep…

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Combarro, Galice, Espagne

Combarro Lodge is right on the water in the time-stood-still fishing village of Combarro in Galicia, northern Spain. Thanks to its location, you won’t be surprised to hear that it’s the perfect place to try fresh seafood. Popular dishes include octopus, shellfish and mussels. You can spend afternoons here wandering along the cobbled streets or watching the world go by at a seafront restaurant. There’s also a sandy beach, a short five-minute walk away – it’s on the edge of the village.

The region of Galicia itself is known for its green valleys, rugged mountains and wild beaches. Think bagpipes playing and baroque cathedrals, too – so, you might feel more like you’re in Scotland than Spain. From Combarro, you can explore other must-see places like Sanxenxo and Pontevedra.

Pontevedra is beautiful and has a well-preserved old town. Stand in the shadows of the churches and wander through the charming squares here, before sampling local cuisine in one of the bars and restaurants. Fresh seafood like octopus, or other Galician specialities like empanada gallega – a large pie usually filled with meat – are on the menu. Then, wash it down with a glass of Albarino wine. 

More worth-exploring cities include Vilanova de Cerveira and Caminha. You could also make tracks for Vigo, Porto or Tui. The latter is a Romanesque and gothic village that’s steeped in history. Take in the cathedral and churches there, before heading to the mountain of Aloia nearby. If you climb to the top, you’ll be rewarded with views of Vigo estuary and the Louro valley below.
Combarro Lodge is right on the water in the time-stood-still fishing village of Combarro in Galicia, northern Spain. Thanks to its location, you won’t be surprised to hear that it’s the perfect place to try fre…

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