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house the galans

Entire home
hosted by Teresa
  1. 7 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 5 beds
  4. 3 baths

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The Farmhouse "Los Galanes" is located in Villanueva de los Infantes, beautiful and typical Manchego town in the province of Ciudad Real. A three-storey house that has an area of 200 m2, distributed in a main living room, fully furnished and equipped kitchen, with pantry, interior patio, three bathrooms, two double bedrooms (one with bathroom), a double room and a single room, which offer intimacy and comfort, since they are totally independent.

The space
It is an ideal farmhouse for 7 people plus an extra bed, but also with the possibility of renting both double and single rooms.

FEATURES
- Free Wi-Fi zone in the entire house
-Air conditioning
- Music
- Spacious living room with TV and DVD
- Bright patio with barbecue
- Full kitchen with everything you need, including dishwasher
- Three full bathrooms

- Round bathtub
- Shower tray
- Central heating with independent radiators in each room, as well as in common areas.
- Ironing and washing area

What this place offers

TV
Air conditioning
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

Villanueva de los Infantes, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Villanueva de los Infantes is located southeast of the province of Ciudad Real. Beautiful town, head town of the Campo de Montiel, at 880 m altitude, connected by the C-415 and other local to the neighboring villages. It is 90 km from the capital and about 40 from the Ruidera Lagoons. Cervantes or Quevedo walked along these streets. The place in La Mancha where Don Quixote lived four centuries ago – and which Cervantes did not want to reveal - was Villanueva de los Infantes, a beautiful town.

It has a deep history. In its surroundings there were prehistoric settlements; There are vestiges of different settlements and inhabitants of the Copper Age (year 2,000 BC) and the Bronze Age (year 1,800 BC). But it is in Roman times that it becomes an important city, which was destroyed during the Arab invasion and later rebuilt by Jewish families, who named it JAMILA (the name Jamila comes from the Hebrew). In this hill of Jamila have appeared fourteen bases of column and parts of wall in stone and mortar. The columns have different sizes (90 and 47 cm), forming a 50 m symmetrical row.

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Hosted by Teresa

Joined in December 2017
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Rated 4.60 out of 5 from 5 reviews.