Rectoral de Cobres
San Adrián de Cobres, Vilaboa, Galicia, 36142, Spain
This good-looking hotel combines contemporary design and handsomely aging rural charm; it was originally built as the village parsonage in 1729. Set amid pretty gardens, the hotel comes with panoramic views of Vigo and the Strait of Rande (where Francis Drake made a habit of sinking Spanish galleons). Each room blends crisp linens and modern amenities with rustic wood furniture and stone walls. Most face out over sweeping coastal views. The Rectoral offers golf nearby, as well as visits to the beautiful port of San Adrián de Cobres, scuba diving to search out those galleons, and visits to the prehistoric rock carvings at Campo Lameiro. There is an outside pool open in summer.
- quiet country charm
- lots of activities
- far from the city—you'll need a car
Rate Includes: No meals
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