Casa da Roisa is located in the village of O Barreiro, in the parish of Ermedelo, belonging to the City of Rois, in the province of A Coruña.
It is located between the cities of Santiago de Compostela, the Town Hall of Padrón and the town of Noia. Its strategic location allows you to be in the deepest part of Galician countryside, being 15 minutes by car from the city of the Apostle, Santiago de Compostela, 10 minutes from the beaches of the beautiful Noia-Muros estuary, and 20 minutes of the Camilo José Cela and Rosalía de Castro Museums.
Casa da Roisa is a Galician rural house with two floors, built in 1890, and has been declared a holiday home in 2010. On the ground floor it has a toilet, a typical Galician kitchen, with its fireplace and firewood, a room called Ripeiras, which will take us back to the 19th century, with its period furniture and relaxed atmosphere, where you can be fire of the fire. If we want to make a typical Galician party, we have a large living room called Agro do Pouso. This has among other things, a typical Galician oven, where you can make any type of barbecue or barbecue.
On the upper floor of the house, there is a living and reading room, from which you can access the large balcony that the house has, to observe the environment that surrounds us, where our view will delight with the impressive natural color. On this same floor, there are the three double bedrooms that the house has, called Corredoira and A Fonte with its large bathroom, O Común, and the O Cuberto suite, which has its own bathroom and carved mahogany furniture.
Outside the house there are ample gardens, as well as an outdoor gazebo to accommodate 12 people with barbecue, several fountains, a beautiful and typical cruise of popular art and architecture, a pool with showers and surrounded by a garden area, with sun beds and umbrellas.
In the environment you can observe and also participate in the daily life of the local people. Where you can see, even today, a rural economy, where people look after their small flocks of sheep, cows, calves and all kinds of animals for their own consumption. As it was done more than 100 years ago. Surrounding the village, there is a small mountain river, on the edge of which you can walk, or just take a walk, delighting in the surroundings. Enjoying the many paths that we have around us, and if we are good walkers, we can make a small excursion on foot or if not, by car, to the mountain of A Muralla, the highest in the whole province of A Coruña. From here we will observe the impressive views of the Arousa estuary and the Noia-Muros estuary, as well as the city of Santiago de Compostela.