Secluded and Elegant Tree House in the Forests of Galicia, Spain
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- Pets allowed
- Private Barbecue
The tree house has been built at a medium height above ground level, in a thick growth of native deciduous woodland, sheltered by chestnut trees, laurel trees, and black alders. Inside the tree house, the bedroom features a double bed, and the bathroom features a chromotherapy hot tub, a sink, and a toilet. Towels and linens are kindly provided.
In the living area, guests will find a comfortable sofa and a wood-burning stove to keep the cold at bay. Other amenities include basic kitchen equipment and air conditioning.
The exterior terraces are raised above ground level in two tiers, offering guests unparalleled views of the surrounding woodlands. It's also a great place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee and feel the morning sun break through the canopy above. Guests will also find a barbecue outside, perfect for evening cookouts together.
- Double bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Air conditioning
- Private Barbecue
guide books for the surrounding area.
- Laundry service
Location + Surroundings
In the water, you’ll find trout, freshwater eels and frogs, which can be discerned among the colorful swarms of dragonflies, as well as grey herons and kingfishers, which nest nearby and come to fish in the channels and ponds with their chicks. This refuge of wetland and deciduous forest, with its diverse range of wild fruits, is home to a vast variety of birds, including water birds like moorhens and mallards, and nocturnal birds like owls and Eurasian eagle-owls.
The Os Apriscos plot, which has a surface area of one hectare, is located on the left bank of Tines River, in the village of O Areal, situated one kilometer from the capital of Outes, A Serra de Outes. The river crosses the capital and flows into the sea two kilometers downstream at the marshlands of the River Tambre, forming the inlet “A Ensenada de Enganho”, which is actually one of the largest in Spain. You’ll also notice the presence of old irrigation channels, which were built in the 19th and 20th centuries in hopes of helping to create more pasturelands.
The Os Apriscos plot preserves the channels, a pastureland area, an orchard with old fruit trees and, in the center, a pond surrounded by deciduous woodland that conceals the cabins, which are camouflaged like natural places of refuge and raised above ground level among the hundred-year-old trees.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Scuba diving
If guests are interested in doing some adventurous activities during their stay, the hosts can offer the chance to go canyoning every Sunday from August until October.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
- Wheelchair accessible
The cost for two nights or more is lesser than the listed base rate, and it will be discounted at the time of booking.