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Welcome to Casa de Roque

Country house in Galicia - Spain

Renovated Stone farm house in a delightful village, surrounded by scenic locations. Situated in the Ria de Muros and Noia, the first of the Rias Baixas, which are estuaries facing the Atlantic Ocean. In a small village surrounded by meadows and forests ideal for walks and relaxation, with easy access, just one kilometre away from Serra de Outes, a small town with all services. Very close to unspoilt sandy beach, just seven minutes by car from the nearest beach. Away from the hustle and bustle but close enough to everything: half-hour from Santiago de Compostela and only minutes away from the medieval towns of Muros and Noia.

Enjoy a homely atmosphere at your own pace. Casa de Roque retains the charm of the traditional Galician farm house with spacious accommodation and garden, with free parking for guests, furnished with museum like antiques, some originals from the house, with lareira, wood-burning oven, horreo, garden grill, and at the same time with all the comforts of today: Oil fired central heating, WIFI, hydro-massage baths.

The rooms

The charm of the traditional Galician house with the most modern comforts

Palmira room

This room is located on the main floor of the house. So called, because Palmira was my grand parents´ last living in labourer before old age and social changes favoured the end of the family’s farming tradition.

This is a very bright room, with a window in both, bedroom and on-suite shower-room. It’s decorated in shades of green and yellow, with wallpaper in the headboard and seating area. This bedroom features a queen size bed.

The on-suite has a large walk in shower. Its location on the ground floor, and the sliding door to the shower-room, allows it to be accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Cheminea room

As its name indicates, this room is just above the open fireplace, and the chimney runs through the back wall of the room.

Before the refurbishment of the house it also used to be the linen room which contained storage trunks full of bed clothing and blankets.

This is a bright and spacious room with space for an extra bed if required, with a window in both, bedroom and on-suite bathroom. It has a chestnut wood double bed matching the night tables; which were part of the original furnishings of the house in my grandparents’ time.

Tio Cura room

Formerly the first floor parlour, this room was rarely used, reserved to hold banquets in special occasions and used as well by the dressmakers, when they came home to make clothing for the family.

This room used to be reserved for a very illustrious guest: my great-grandfather´s brother, my grandmother´s Carme uncle, the Priest. This room is very bright; decorated in shades of yellow, with wallpaper on one of its walls and an exposed granite stone wall which open ups to a balcony.

The queen size bed and all the furnishing are very old and have always belonged to the family. The on-suite bathroom with window is very cheerful with lots of light, it features a hydro-massage bath.

Avoa room

My grandmother's room used to be the largest in the house, it also occupied the space of what today is the bathroom of the Cuarto da Chimenea.

Besides the double bed there used to be a cot and a small bed for the children, my mother remembers that they only could sleep in their parents room when they were ill and that in the cot there was always a baby, my grandmother had six children!

The Cuarto da Avoa features two windows in the bedroom. The Queen size bed has a forged headboard with the granite stone wall exposed behind it; the rest of the walls have been painted in warm tones. The wardrobe and the night tables are family relics with more than a hundred years of careful use. The on-suite, in blue and white tones, is windowless and includes a hydro-massage bath.

Madriña room

The best memory I have from my godmother is her wavy french fries. She cut them with the edge of a sharpened tin, she got it from Germany when she returned home from emigration, I guess!, just like an electric kettle, a food mill, and some other bits around the house.

Her room was a forbidden area for children; its huge three door wardrobe was full of colourful garments, suits, head scarfs, and other bits that could not be touched. Myself, my siblings and my cousins and their children, that were very naughty! Decorated the wardrobe with stickers, some still remain, as I didn’t t managed to remove them all.

The nightstands used to house shoes and the bed was so voluminous that we changed it to make more room. My godmother’s room is today a spacious room, with two windows in the bedroom, the granite stone walls are exposed and it has a windowless on-.suite with wooden furniture and hydro-massage bath. It has a double bed in chestnut wood.

This room has enough space for an extra bed and a cot if required.

Lúa room

This room, as Cuarto de Sol, is part of the old attic of the house, used as storage.

This room below the roof has two single beds, which can be placed together or separately.

The slanted ceiling is used until almost the ground, as a result tall people have to be careful when getting too close to the ends of the room but still spacious enough to be able to walk around without any problem.

The bedroom has a low window between the bed and a roof window, and so does the on-suit bathroom . It is a very nice room and very cosy.

Sol room

This room is under the roof, hence it’s sloping ceiling, which is covered with wood and exposed structural beans. Has a window in the wall and two in the roof, one in the bedroom, and another in the on-suite bathroom.

This is the largest room in the house. There are two bedrooms under the roof space and Cuarto de Sol occupies more than half of its total space. This room’s distribution is a bit particular, has a Queen Size bed, a hydro-massage bath and a wooden vanity unit in the bedroom; and an on-suite shower room.

This room, in addition to being a very romantic room, ideal for couples, its also a very familiar room, since its great room dimensions allows you to install two more extra beds, of 90 cm, and a cot, and all at the same time! although, of course, the free space is evidently reduced; in these cases, the most convenient option would be, providing that children’s age allows, to divide the family between this room and next door room, Cuarto de Lúa, for the smaller ones, and the whole family can still be together on the same floor.

What to see and what to do

Galicia never ceases to surprise

The privileged situation of Casa de Roque allows you to enjoy all Galicia´s advantages: tranquillity surrounded by nature, proximity to the sea to enjoy wonderful beaches. Only one kilometre from a small town, with all the services; less than half hour away from Santiago de Compostela and few minutes from historic towns and villages and incredible landscapes.

Options for all tastes:

On foot: Walks on paths surrounded by grasslands and forest, along streams and rivers, with restored mills and medieval bridges, parks and playgrounds.

On horseback: Rides for adults and children from 7 years old, it’s not necessary to be an expert in horseback riding because the young couple that runs the equestrian facility - Estivada Equestre ...

200 meters from Casa de Roque- are experts in arranging routes adapted to different abilities. Even if it’s your first time you can enjoy a lovely ride through the woods and the river bank.

Secret places: Galicia is full of places that are not mentioned in traveling guides; dare to discover magic places, where water and forest are usually the main characters. Less than ten minutes by car: Capela and Fervenza of Santa Leocadia. Portomouro: a mill transformed into a restaurant, a terrace on the river. Ponte Nafonso: just twelve minutes away, you will be amazed with the 20 stone arches medieval bridge that joins the councils of Noia and Outes, walk through the gardens of Pazo do Tambre, at the very mouth of the river Tambre.

To the beach and to the port:

The closest beach from the house is seven minutes by car, ideal for children, park the car at the foot of the beach, and you have a couple of bars for ice creams or tapas and also a wood area ideal for picnics, a small playground and a beautiful walk ...

along the cliff, beautiful even if it’s not a beach day.

Do not just stop here,there are many beaches to explore at every bend of the coast, until Fisterra the road runs along the Ocean, so you can enjoy a wonderful landscape while on the road.

Don't forget to stop in Carnota’s beach, this 7 km stretch of beach makes it the longest in Galicia, its numerous bends will allow you to enjoy a different beach every time. If you want tranquillity, go to Boca de Rio and delight yourself with its dunes and lagoons.

Carnota is 35 minutes from Casa de Roque if you take the road through the mountains which will also give you the opportunity to contemplate one of the most wonderful landscapes in the Galician coast, ideal for taking pictures from allocated viewpoints.

In the boundary of Outes you will find the beautiful port of O Freixo, with an important shellfish production. Eating oysters, clams or cockle freshly dug from the sea is a luxury that you will be able to allow yourself to enjoy in any of the wonderful taverns along the port, and with unbeatable prices! If you fancy going for a boat ride to the mussel farms or to see the arrival of the fishing vessels in the evening you can go to Muros, further down the road.

Towns and picturesque villages:

The medieval town of Noia is just a few minutes away, a stroll through its winding streets and arches, wandering around its squares and churches will transport you to olden times. Noia still has a traditional street market on Thursdays and Sundays packet with colourful stalls, ideal for wandering around and a bit of shopping...

You should not miss the town hall building, with its interior cloister, located in the Alameda park; San Francisco's convent, the church of Santa María a Nova, which houses a collection of tomb stones nor the emblematic San Martiño´s church in plaza do Tapal.

Noia is also well known for its delicious empanadas that are backed in its countless taverns and bars and usually offered for free with each drink.

Muros: Galician´s best preserved fishing town, with narrow granite streets, a sea front , fishing port, shellfish farms, arches that house small bars and restaurants, numerous churches and charming plazas, archaeological sites. Muros is half hour away through country roads, with impressive views of the town from above, or 40 minutes away along the coastal road.

Archaeological and cultural tourism:

Galicia has a rich and exceptional archaeological heritage ,though much to be discovered, you can still have an insight on how our Celtic ancestors lived from countless Castros, most of them have been excavated and are actividad03open to the public. ...

Close to Casa de Roque you will find Galicia's most well known celtic settelment, for its impressive location; Castro de Baroña is half an hour away from casa Roque. This route will as well allow you to admire numerous untouched beaches. And also multitude petroglyphs in Porto do Son, megalithic coffins in the exceptional Serra do Barbanza, Ribeira; or Dolmen of Axeitos; All very close to Castro de Baroña,

Another possible route will be to visit Dolmen of Dombate, which includes a replica open to visitors; In Cabana de Bergantiños. and castro of Borneiro, near Dombate.

In Muros you can immerse yourself in the enigmatic rock engravings da Cova da Bruxa e A Laxe das Rodas

Nature paradises:

Galicia is a landscape in itself, often described as the green Spain, we, Galicians, are very proud of our land and we often say “How beautiful it is and how little do we cherish it” wherever you look you will be amused by the green meadows ,woods and rivers, water overflowing in each river bend, blue sea and waterfalls! ...

Some parts are considered of special interest and are protected for its outstanding beauty, natural spaces or cultural interest; within these spaces of nature we recomend two very close to Casa de Roque. Monte and Lagoa de Louro, close to Muros.

Monte Pindo, the sacred mountain named in Galicia's hymn, with an impressive view of the Ensenada do Ézaro, where you can also enjoy the only waterfall in Europe that leads directly to the sea.

The natural park of the dunes and lagoons of Corrubedo is not in the Natura 2000 network, but well worth a visit, only few kilometres from the Castro of Barona this dune complex hides two lagoons fed by the sea that hits its beautiful beach.


o the city: Santiago de Compostela is located less than half an hour away, enjoy strolling through the historic quarter, vino and tapas in its countless bars and ...

lounging in its numerous parks. A Coruña, only an hour away, follow the promenade from Monte de San Pedro and stopping at its most emblematic monuments before strolling through the narrow alleyways that come out of the impressive Plaza de María Pita.

Pontevedra, about one hour from Santiago by motorway, a city carefully restored, which has boosted its numerous plazas with a very good nightlife on its terraces.


Find the best price for your vacation

Low season Medium season High season
Double room: 50 € 55 € 60 €
Double room with hydro-massage: 55 € 60 € 65 €
Special room (Sol room) 60 € 65 € 70 €
90 cm extra bed: 20 € 20 € 20 €
Breakfast: 5 € 6 € 6 €

Breakfast: Consists of natural orange juice, coffee, milk, or choice of teas, Cola-Cao chocolate, cereals, toast, biscuits, cheese Arzua-Ulloa, quince jelly, jams, butter, margarine, olive oil, natural yogurt and tomato.

For lunch and dinner: Next to Casa de Roque is located the restaurant Casa de Roque, formerly part of house, where you may eat a la carte, book menus for groups or order food to take away. The phone for reservations and restaurant information is 981 850 450. There are also restaurants, grills and pizzerias in Serra de Outes, less than one kilometre away.


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Country house "Casa de Roque" · C/ Sarnón, 4 · 15237 Santo Ourente (A Galicia)
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To arrive:

Coordinates: N 45 51' 18'' W 8 54' 11'' or you write Sarnon (but not Outes because even though Outes is the name of the council, it is also the name of a small village far away from the house).

How to arrive:

From Santiago de Compostela: Go to Santiago Sur-Pontevedra. Take exit number 75 onto Noia highway. When you reach the end of the highway, at the first roundabout that appears next to the seaside, take the first exit to Outes. Before the bridge, take the road on the right to get to Serra de Outes. When you get into town, at Novagalicia Bank, turn right towards Santa Comba. You should see now signs of Casa de Roque since the house is less than one kilometre from the turning in the town centre.

From Coruña (inland route): take the Carballo motorway to exit in Finisterre. When you get to Coristanco, turn letf at the roundabout to Muros. Then continue on up to Santa Catalina and turn left to Outes. Go on up to A Pereira crossroads and from there to Pino do Val. In Pino do Val roundabout, turn left to Outes. There are 11 kilometres to the house (mind the narrow road with many curves). Do not take the road with the sign "Sera de Outes" at San Lorenzo. Casa de Roque is right before Serra de Outes, on the left towards Santa Comba.

Política de Privacidad:

Soledad Agra Tuñas en representación de Casa de Roque como titular y propietaria de esta web, pretende mediante esta declaración informar a sus visitantes de la política que sigue en el tratamiento de los datos que se reciben a través de este sitio web.

El objetivo de nuestra política de privacidad es respetar al máximo la legislación vigente de protección de datos personales. Si usted tiene cualquier duda sobre la confidencialidad o el tratamiento que reciben sus datos, así como si desea ejercer alguno de los derechos de información, oposición, rectificación y/o cancelación que legalmente le corresponden, (o cualquier otro derecho que usted crea que le puede asistir) puede dirigirse a:

Soledad Agra Tuñas
N.I.F.: 33277711-T
Sarnón / San Ourente
15237 Serra de Outes
Tel./Fax: 981 851 167


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