The Pirate’s House for beach holidays in a Galicia fishing village

Costa da Morte, Galicia, Northern Spain Property Ref: AG24
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    1 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps
    Sleeps 4
  • Property Ref: AG24

The buccaneer's former dwelling is now a seaside holiday pad, conveniently close to the harbour for plundering and other coastal adventures. Visit legendary Finisterre, just 20 minutes away. Maybe learn to sail? Sleeps 2 to 4.

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  • Normal check-in time: 3 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 12 noon.

  • Pets may be permitted on request, in which case a returnable cash deposit might apply: please ask.

Changeover day for AG24

  • The start and finish day is flexible at this property.

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  • Normal check-in time: 3 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 12 noon.

  • Pets may be permitted on request, in which case a returnable cash deposit might apply: please ask.

Changeover day for AG24

  • The start and finish day is flexible at this property.

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Summary

The buccaneer's former dwelling is now a seaside holiday pad, conveniently close to the harbour for plundering and other coastal adventures. Visit legendary Finisterre, just 20 minutes away. Maybe learn to sail? Sleeps 2 to 4.

Facilities

  • Bedrooms
    1 Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
    2 Bathrooms
  • Beds
    Sleeps 4

Enjoyment
WiFi Internet; 2 TVs (Spanish channels only); DVD.

Self-catering
4-ring vitroceramic hob; Electric oven; Dishwasher; Microwave; Toaster; Juicer; Kettle; Blender; Coffee maker; Electric expresso coffee maker.

Practicalities
Washing machine; Iron & board; Dual air conditioning and air heating on both floors; Woodburning stove on both floors (firewood included); Hairdryer; Cot & High chair (on request); Balcony furniture; All bedding and towels provided (including beach towels); Beach parasol.

Extras
Complimentary bottle of cava.

Layout

Ground floor
Open plan room kitchen & dining area and sitting area with good double sofa bed; Utility room; up 2 steps to shower room/WC.

First floor
Bedroom 1: Large bedroom with queen-size double bed (1.50 x 1.90 m), bathtub and en-suite shower room/WC; Doors open to furnished balcony.

Exterior
Furnished balcony terrace (no view).

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Overview

Corcubion is a quiet Spanish fishing village on a sheltered ocean inlet. It has its own long beach of white sand and is ideally situated for exploring both Low and High Rías (estuaries) of the Galician coast.

On a side street from its pretty harbour, where fishing boats and small yachts bob gently, is the Pirate’s House. We wouldn’t dare make it up: it really was the home of one Julio Escoja, who liked to scupper ships in the harbour for their merchandise.

Although a stone entrance arch from around 1600 bears witness to its antiquity, there are no no rapiers, cannon or skull-and-crossbone motifs. What we have here today is a bijou holiday home.

The pirate’s hideaway is chic and smart from top to bottom.

Designed with romance for two in mind, it can nevertheless accommodate four comfortably, thanks to a top-of-the-range downstairs sofa-bed and bathroom.

The downstairs area is divided between a neat kitchen (note: the polished stone work surface and Smeg fridge, where a bottle of bubbly greets your arrival) and dining area (seats four) and a sitting area with sofa and two comfortable armchairs.

If there are four of you, this area converts into a sleeping area with its own flat screen TV and bathroom. The ceiling is oak and the interior, painted white, has a suitably seaside atmosphere to it.

The upstairs interior is one huge, high-ceilinged bedroom. From the large (super-comfortable) double bed you look round an imaginatively decorated room, with coloured leaded glass windows, wide mirrors, candelabra and an antique, usable bathtub which sits on feet in its own corner. It supplements an en-suite bathroom. From the bed you can also watch a large flat screen TV and DVD.

An extra set of bedinen and towels is left in the house in case you wish to change them mid-week.

If you don't plan to bring a portable device, a tablet is provided for connecting to internet. Also, in Cee (a continuation of the village along the waterfront), there’s a cybercafé.

Doors open to small balcony on the narrow street which already starts to back onto countryside. There’s a balcony table and chairs here for four people. Bear in mind there’s no sea view: the harbour is only a harpoon’s throw away, but you’re down a side street and there’s another house opposite.

It’s a village house, so you’re not invisible to neighbours, but it is very quiet here. Close by is the waterfront, and both free parking and a supermarket are a short walk away.

Follow the marina road round and you come to Corcubión Tourist Office, and from here it’s about another 5 minutes’ walk to Quenxe beach and 300 metres of fine, white sand.

This is a Blue Flag beach, which means it has been singled out for its water quality, environmental management, safety and services. It’s just right for families and there are bars and restaurants close by.

What you have here is a genuine fishing village where the sea remains the most important thing in people’s lives and the local economy, which is also supported by tastefully low-key tourism. We liked the seafront walk and to stroll round the old town, one of the best preserved on the Costa da Morte.

Fancy learning to sail? Rustical Travel clients can also take advantage of a special deal with the local sailing club. An hour and a half's professional practical tuition for 20 euros each (in 2014) around Corcubión Bay can be arranged for you. If you prefer a kayak to a sailing boat, the same deal is available.

We find Corcubión’s location particularly interesting as it sits on its own ría estuary in the northern reaches of the famed Rías Baixas, and yet only a short drive round from the dramatic cliffs of the Rías Altas.

Go south from Corcubion, following the coast road, and you soon come to Mount O Pindo. This granite massif is not only a great rocky hill to climb and look down upon the Atlantic Ocean and its beaches, it is also the repository of legends. Sometimes called the “Celtic Olympus”, some strange inscriptions or a cult of the sun and stars led to its being excommunicated by bishops and kings. Other stories speak of the fabulous treasure of Queen Lupa. There are rock formations of animal and monster and a wealth of medicinal plants on its flanks. Grass is said to grow prodigiously fast overnight on Mount Pindo.

Continue south to Carnota beach, which is simply magnificent. The longest and most impressive by far in Galicia, it has 6.5 km of white sand in a stunning natural enclave.

Go north and in a few minutes you arrive at Finisterre and its lighthouse at the “end of the world.”

Further up the coast is Cape Vilán lighthouse at pretty Camariñas, from where a good 19 km dirt track follows the coastline round to Arou and Camelle. There are some spectacular views and gorgeously unspoilt beaches, such as Playa del Trece. Kite-surfing is popular along this stretch of coast.

If you can tear yourselves away from the sea for a day, then do visit the jewel of granite architecture and history that is Santiago de Compostela. You can drive there on a cross-country route that won’t take more than an hour and a half.

This is Galicia, so good eating is guaranteed. There are restaurants by the marina and beach in Corcubión, and a butcher’s near the house offers ready-made canalone and homegrown roast pork dishes to take away.

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Location

Setting

On Galicia's Costa da Morte; coastal fishing villages and dramatic coastline.

Location

One-minute walk to the harbour in the coastal village of Corcubión (most facilities).

Village´s harbour 1 minute walk
Bars,restaurants,shopping
Quenxe 10 min walk
Blue Flag beach
Pretty beaches 5-10 min drive
A good selection
Mount Pindo 15 min drive
Excellent walking
Finisterre lighthouse 20 min
World´s end
Carnota beach 25 min
 
Santiago Compostela 1 hr 25 min
Historical town
airport Nearest Airports
Santiago (SCQ) 1 hr 25 min
La Coruna (LCG) 1 hr 30 min
Vigo (VGO) 1 hr 50 min

Prices

Rustical Travel charges Euros. All prices are fully inclusive, no hidden costs, no surcharges.

Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
€720
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
€880
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
€720
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
€810
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
€880
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
€810
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
€720
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
€880
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
€720
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
€880
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
€720
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
€810
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
€880
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
€810
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
€720
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
€880
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
€720
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
€880
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
€720
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
€810
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
€880
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
€810
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
€720
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
€880
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
€720
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
€880
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
€720
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
€810
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
€880
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
€810
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
€720
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
€880
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
£635
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
£776
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
£635
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
£714
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
£776
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
£714
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
£635
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
£776
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
£635
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
£776
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
£635
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
£714
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
£776
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
£714
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
£635
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
£776
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
$846
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
$1,034
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
$846
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
$952
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
$1,034
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
$952
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
$846
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
$1,034
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
$846
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
$1,034
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
$846
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
$952
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
$1,034
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
$952
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
$846
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
$1,034
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
AU$1,106
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
AU$1,352
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
AU$1,106
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
AU$1,245
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
AU$1,352
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
AU$1,245
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
AU$1,106
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
AU$1,352
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
AU$1,106
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
AU$1,352
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
AU$1,106
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
AU$1,245
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
AU$1,352
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
AU$1,245
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
AU$1,106
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
AU$1,352
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
03 Jan 201703/01/2017 07 Apr 201707/04/2017
CAD$1,088
08 Apr 201708/04/2017 16 Apr 201716/04/2017
CAD$1,330
17 Apr 201717/04/2017 31 May 201731/05/2017
CAD$1,088
01 Jun 201701/06/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
CAD$1,224
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
CAD$1,330
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 30 Sep 201730/09/2017
CAD$1,224
01 Oct 201701/10/2017 16 Dec 201716/12/2017
CAD$1,088
17 Dec 201717/12/2017 08 Jan 201808/01/2018
CAD$1,330
Sleeps 2 to 4 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -4
09 Jan 201809/01/2018 23 Mar 201823/03/2018
CAD$1,088
24 Mar 201824/03/2018 01 Apr 201801/04/2018
CAD$1,330
02 Apr 201802/04/2018 31 May 201831/05/2018
CAD$1,088
01 Jun 201801/06/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
CAD$1,224
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
CAD$1,330
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 30 Sep 201830/09/2018
CAD$1,224
01 Oct 201801/10/2018 16 Dec 201816/12/2018
CAD$1,088
17 Dec 201817/12/2018 08 Jan 201908/01/2019
CAD$1,330

Booking information for AG24

  • Normal check-in time: 3 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 12 noon.

  • Pets may be permitted on request, in which case a returnable cash deposit might apply: please ask.

Changeover day for AG24

  • The start and finish day is flexible at this property.

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Booking information for AG24

  • Normal check-in time: 3 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 12 noon.

  • Pets may be permitted on request, in which case a returnable cash deposit might apply: please ask.

Changeover day for AG24

  • The start and finish day is flexible at this property.

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YOUR REVIEWS

Kevin | August | 2017

We spent 8 days at this delightful cottage. The house had been finished to a very high standard and is full of character. Jose the owner was very helpful showing us around the house at the start of our visit and providing a lot of detailed information on the locality. He even went out of his way to replace a faulty DVD player the same day. The village of Corcorbion was very pleasant and within easy travelling distance to some fabulous beaches. We started our holiday with 2 nights in Santiago de Compostella as a city break with the Pirates house as the seaside break. A good combination. A lovely cottage and highly re commended."

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Charlotte | August | 2016

Great little house on a quiet street in a pretty Galician town. Very well equipped. Owner very helpful and friendly."

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Jude | July | 2016

The property was absolutely stunning and every detail was perfect. In fact the lovely photographs on your website just don't do it justice, it needs to be seen in person. Wonderful welcome even with a very late delayed flight and lovely touches from the owners such as cava, chocolates and a homemade cake! The owners were brilliant, even joining us for drinks on our last night. We couldn't have asked for more. We'll definitely be using Rustical Travel for another holiday property in the future, you have so many we'd love to try!"

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Margaret | July | 2016

AG24. I fell in love with the cottage when I saw the photographs on the Rustical Travel website. The property is beautiful and far exceeded my hopes and expectations and the amenities catered to our every need. All the lovely details/decor made it a pleasure to live there - I was sad to leave. I'll be showing all my family and friends the photographs and recommending this cottage. Ana and Jose welcomed us with a delicious homemade orange cake and a bottle of Cava that was nicely cooled in the fridge. They are both very friendly, welcoming people and did speak a little English, so we were able to enjoy a drink with them one evening. They provided us with lots of information on the area we were staying and recommended a few restaurants. All in all it was a wonderful week that passed all too quickly. Rustical Travel were also very helpful and I would certainly recommend your company to my relatives and friends. Regards Margaret Nooth"

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Alan | July | 2015

Fabulous house, location was perfect for us. We felt right at home in the viliiage and waited could have stayed longer. We had such a fantastic holiday and made wonderful memories."

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Nigel | July | 2014

We spent 2 wonderful weeks at AG24. The cottage is the perfect blend of character and modern comfort and the owners were extremely welcoming giving us plenty of suggestions on the local area. It is the perfect location for a quiet holiday in a charming fishing village with a beautiful beach and great restaurants -perfect for long, lazy lunches."

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Gary | October | 2013

The house was an enormous delight! One of the loveliest places my wife and I have ever stayed. The oversize bathtub was very welcome after a day of driving; and the cava and home made muffins made it truly luxurious. We loved the neighborhood tucked back off the main streets of Corcubion; everything in the village, and in the neighboring village of Cee, were within an easy walk. We had a great time exploring the coast, and the hike up Monte Pindo was exhilarating (and a bit creepy -- those stones kept looking at us!) We had phone problems, and weren't able to call the owner. Thank goodness for a kind young man who called for us! I don't know if we are the only ones to ever have this problem. Perhaps if the owner had met us personally at the residence . . . ? Anyway, this did not in any way detract from the amazing experience. We'd recommend this place for anybody looking for an out of the way, charming experience."

Rustical Update

The owner would be happy to to wait for arrivals at the property, but he prefers to use an easy-to-find meeting place at the entrance to the village so that he can direct you to the best place to park. We're glad to hear there was no difficulty (we do point out in the travel information that you will need to bring an operable mobile phone).

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Louise | August | 2013

We had a brilliant holiday. We were amazed how few British people we saw and that was nice from our perspective but I did get the impression, in Galicia particularly, that the Spanish are happy to keep its charms a secret from us foreigners. The service from Rustical Travel was superb,the quality of information, tips and advice really good. We visited many of the places suggested and the walks. The owners of AG 24 were lovely with a gift of wine,chocolate and freshly baked cake awaiting us on arrival. Jose was very helpful and the house charming. "

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Nicola | July | 2013

Just to say my husband and I loved our stay!! Jose was a gentleman and your descriptions of the property were exactly as it is - fabulous! Your directions to the property and information pack were extremely useful, thank you. We would definitely use your company again and will be recommending it to our friends! We had a great trip to Northern Spain and will definitely return in the future to explore it some more."

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Cath | May | 2013

Just a note to say a big thank you for arranging our holiday to Corcubion last week! Everything went to plan with the key collection and Jose, the owner, was absolutely lovely. Despite the weather (!) we had a really enjoyable trip, saw lots and had a very relaxing time… We plan to organise another trip with you next year, so I’ll let you know when we have decided on a destination! Very grateful for your help, Kindest regards"

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