This is a beautifully restored (stone) barn conversion. Deceptively large with an open lounge/kitchen/dining area and 3 double bedrooms (one en-suite) which can be arranged as either a large double or with 2 twin beds.
Luz da Lúa has disabled access and a ground floor bedroom with an adapted en-suite bathroom.
We are privileged to have a large natural garden area which you are free to enjoy should you want to. During the seasons we have lemons, oranges, apples, pears, figs and even damsons. Feel free to pick some for your table. The garden has space to wander, play games and nooks to relax in.
The Camino de Santiago is, approximately 5 minutes walk away from our house. If you're considering pausing for a while after reaching the end of the world, we feel our location would be a great place to reflect on your experience.
A local baker delivers to our door every morning except Sundays. Let him know a day in advance what you need. We highly recommend the tuna empanada!
There is a grocery van that stops at the village for 5-10 minutes every weekday morning at 10:00 am. Alternatively, Muxia town is a 30-minute walk away (or a 5-minute car ride).
Address: Lugar Oruxo, 2, 15125 ORUXO, Spain
Size: 92.0 m², 1 Room, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 6 Single beds, 3 Double beds, 2 Children beds, 2 Couches
Prices: 80EUR - 160EUR / Night
More pricing information:
Each of the upstairs bedrooms can accommodate a fold-up bed (10€ per night).
Check-in and check-out times are as follows:
Check-in: from 17:00
However, we are flexible, just let us know your preferred check in and checkout times and we'll confirm if it is possible.
We live in a very quiet hamlet about 30 minutes walk from Muxia center surrounded by countryside views. We are 25 minutes walk from 3 different beaches. We have 2 nearby bars: La taberna de Moraime which is about a 6-minute walk away and also Casa O Gures about 15 minutes walk away. Both of which serve food.
Muxia town is just a short half-hour walk away or just 5 minutes by car. You will find bars, restaurants, a children's play area, a marina, a library, a medical center and shops. Here you will also find el Santuario da Virxe da Barca (church) at the far tip of the headland. Sit and listen to the waves pound the rocks and whilst you watch the sunset over the coast.
Within half an hour’s walk of Sosego d'Oruxo are three gorgeous beaches and more just a short drive away. These beaches rarely get very crowded even in the height of summer so you can really enjoy the sand and sea.
The area is steeped in history so whether your interest is celts, Romans, dolmens or churches you are guaranteed to find something to prick your interest. Or maybe you want to see some traditional lace-making, hear some traditional bagpipes and tambourine playing.
There are many good walking routes near our home - including a roughly 2 hour circular route that passes our house and takes you down to the Virgen da Barca church at the tip of the headland that Muxia is located on.
There are bus stops in Muxia that go to Cee, A Coruña and Santiago de Compostella. There is a taxi service available from Muxia.