6 bedroom hotel for sale
Spain - Galicia, Pontevedra, Cerdedo
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- Business for sale
- 4,843 sq ft (450 sq m)
- Including furniture
- Great views
- 2 Horreo's
- Living room with woodburner
- 2nd Living/library
- Central heating
- Swimming pool
- Big outbuilding 200 sq m
Wonderful rural hotel with a floor area of 450 sq m for sale in the Rias Baixas area.
This six guest room hotel is fully operational and is located in a spectacular rural area only 25 km from Pontevedra.
The hotel comprises of six double guestrooms all with bathrooms en suite. The kitchen is nicely equipped and coping with the guest needs without a problem. There are two salons and a dining area. From the tranquil terrace one can enjoys the views over the valley. In the 700 sq m garden one finds two gorgeous granite horreos, a swimming pool and another building of 200 sq m. At about 3 km one finds a nice sized town where everything is available. This hotel is ready to be taken over and can make money right away. It is impossible to find a licensed, fully equipped rural hotel in this condition and for this price.
Additional information: This hotel is fully licensed and is sold with everything needed to continue business. Occupancy 80% summer time (July/August) and 50% for the rest of the year. One of the bedrooms is the owner's suite which consists of a bedroom suite and a small salon. The building next door which is now used for storage (200 sq m) can be incorporated and can provide extra bedroom suites or/and owner's apartment. There is a doorway from the hotel into this additional building which overlooks the attractive garden.
About the area where this property is located.
The Rías Baixas (Galician for "Lower Rias") are a part of Costa del Marisco facing the Atlantic Ocean in the southern part of Galicia. They consist of the southern part of the Province of Coruña and the entire Province of Pontevedra. To the South the Rias Baixas border the Portuguese coast, and ends at Cape Finisterre to the North. The area is famed for its natural beauty, its spectacular coastline and beaches, the famous seafood restaurants, the best white wine in Europe (claimed by some experts). The area is affluent, the cities are more cosmopolitan.
Just a few kilometers inland from the coast the landscape and architecture change. In these coastal ranges, the country is (although studded with vineyards) wilder, more pure and unspoiled.
There are the nature parks where one can walk for hours, Cies Islands, located in the mouth of the Ria de Vigo is such a park, also the nature/beach park of Illa de Arousa is stunningly beautiful. In February 2007 the British newspaper The Guardian chose the beach of Rodas, on the island of Monteagudo, as "the best beach in the world." Although the beaches are fantastic there is much more to see. The traditional, inland villages transmit for the most part an "old world" feeling. People are friendly, kind and patient here. In summer nearly every village, town and city has its own fiesta. Life is pleasant here.
Galicia is not only the most western part of Spain but also of continental Europe. Galicia is known as the emerald of Spain. In parts Galicia is mountainous in other parts hilly or nearly flat. The serene countryside is green and lush and spectacularly beautiful. Fields are surrounded by natural stone walls and trees. The seemingly endless forests and vineyards combined with pastures create a feeling of tranquility. Stress is an unknown word here. Our mighty rivers that get their water from thousands of lesser rivers and streams make their way to the ocean past our cities, villages, through mountains and countryside. Galicia is unique and will never fail to surprise the visitor. There are only few places in Europe where you can find wild horses, wild cows, wild boar, deer, wolves and bears roaming the country side.
No coastline in Europe can hold a candle to the 1.600 kilometer Galicia offers. This coastline is formed not only by great sandy grounds and steep cliffs, spectacular rock formations and white sand beaches but also by its exclusive geographic estuary-like formations called Rias. The unequalled white sand beaches vary from little secluded coves to long stretches of white sand; up to 9 km. Coastal temperatures are very different from those inland. On the coast one can grow oranges and lemons, a sign that frost is virtually unknown. Min temperature: 7 degrees Celsius. In summer temperatures can rise to well in the 30's but not for very long periods. Several ancient cultures left their mark on Galicia such as the Celts and Romans which makes Galicia very interesting to explore. Beaches and country walks are too many to mention but are there to be discovered and enjoyed.
Our food is famous throughout Spain, beef, game and seafood are of the very best quality.
Galiciavista Inmo S.L. is managed by Sieni and John, we are a Dutch couple and have over thirty years experience in selling real estate of which eleven years in Galicia.
We are, as we have always been, dedicated to personal service.
You will find references from some of our happy clients under "services and testimonials" on our
In my life I've had the privilege of staying in the most enchanting outskirts of the world,
but never did I find a home so close to my heart as Galicia.
John van der Weide
- Vigo (International), 39 miles
- Santiago de Compostela (International), 39.9 miles
- Alvedro (International), 83.1 miles
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