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CATALONIA HOLIDAY LETTINGS
Nansensgade 53
DK-1366 Copenhagen K
Tel: (+45) 50 56 76 24
Tel: (+45) 31 33 87 30
Tel: (+45) 33 33 92 33
www.cataloniaholidaylettings.co.uk
info@sydensferiehuse.dk
 

Apartments de Tor Nou - Bodega 6p(+1) - Anoia

Number of persons: 6
Extra beds: 1

Number of rooms: 3
Single rooms: 0
Double rooms: 3
Triple rooms: 0
4 person rooms: 0
Property number: 04-99438
Size (m²): 130

Single beds: 2
Double beds: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Bathrooms ensuite: 1
Price per week (€): 1.250 - 2.090
   


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Catalan village offers extraordinary apartments of high level

In the outskirts of a cozy and historic village lies 7 luxurious apartments that altogether make up the holiday pearl of Tor Nou. Apartments Tor Nou is a series of extraordinary apartments designed to make you feel special.

As you approach the house, you will find yourself in the huge garden. The full ground actually covers an astounding 80.000 m2. Walking around the garden, you’ll find a variety of relaxation facilities including the large pool area that overlooks the magnificent mountains. Naturally, the area comes with a 15x5 pool and sun beds as well. The pool is heated up, which allows for full use all year. You will also find plenty of nice spots on terraces and likewise, that will serve you well if you wish to read a book, eat a meal or just sit down to enjoy the weather.

Should you desire some more physically demanding activities, you’re in luck. The village has a wide number of sporty facilities open for everyone, among these are paddle tennis, normal tennis, football etc. A lot of activities are mentioned in the catalogue, that you will get upon arrival at the house. The catalogue contains information on all of the recommendable restaurants and bars, the baker, hiking etc. This, in combination with the very kind house owners, who will guide you on whatever you ask, sets up an optimal frame for all kinds of experiences and activities as well as the possibility to get the most out of the lovely, rural area.

Upon entering the house, you will notice the brilliance and superior style of the house. You will be met by a large hall with a long way to the ceiling and fine decorations on the walls.

Apartment Bodega lies on the ground floor of the main building and can accommodate up to 6(+1) persons on 130 m2. The apartment is styled in a very clean and modern fashion and all of the furniture are of a certain standard, allowing for maximum comfort. The living room has a stylish sofa area with flat screen TV. In connection with the living room is the fully equipped kitchen with all the necessary modern tools, including fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, electric kettle, electric hobs. Bodega has three double rooms, two with a double bed and the last with two single beds. Following the three bedrooms comes two bathrooms, one of them being en suite.

Sustainability is key in Tor Nou. 35% of the energy usage in the house is powered by their own sunlight collectors, they have their own well, as well as UV water purification to keep the water from the taps clean and drinkable. It is here, Tor Nou shows, that it excels beyond your standard holiday home.

There’s also WiFi in the main building and all of the rooms comes with fans to keep cool all day.

Facilities

  • Huge shared garden
  • Heated 15x5m large shared pool
  • Terraces and other sitting arrangements
  • Activity catalogue with information on restaurants, bars etc. as well as other experiences and activities
  • Various activities in the village such as tennis and football.
  • Modern living room and bathroom with flat screen TV.
  • Well-equipped kitchen
  • WiFi-internet
  • Tennis courts only 500m from the apartment, costs aproximately 8€/hour
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Activities: Public tennisclub ( km), Golf possible (20 km), Tabletennis, Internet and computer, Television, DVD-player

Interior: Dishwasher, High chair, Cot

Garden: Shared garden, Shared outdoor swimming pool (75 m2), Terrace

Distance to (km):

  • Barcelona: 69
  • Tarragona: 86
  • Public transportation: 5
  • Restaurant: 1
  • Supermarket: 1
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From To Price per week (€) Price per weekend (€)
2017-04-012017-06-301.250420
2017-07-012017-08-312.090-
2017-09-012017-10-311.250420

 

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Penedes is Catalonia's leading wine region located southwest of Barcelona and  considered to be aligned with Rioja in popularity. Penedes is one of the oldest wine producing areas in Europe with emphasis on white wine varieties, which primarily  are used for sparkling wine, but also reputable oak-aged reds are produced
The calcareous soils of Penedes is perfect for the wine production, which can be traced back to the Phoenician time when the Chardonnay grape was introduced.
Penedes region is divided into three:

Penedes Baix is ​​the lowest lying coastal region, where the climate is hot and where the soil is a mixture of limestone and clay, which is well suited for growing Camacha and Tempranillo grapes.

Penedes Medio has a cooler climate and the wine is grown on hill sides in the hilly landscape. This area produces approx. 60% of the Penedes wines, especially the white varieties Xarello and Macabeo.

Penedes Alto is, as the name suggests, the highest lying area with the highest humidity.. The Alto region is known for light, lemon flavored white wines, for example Parallada, grown in up to 800 m above sea level. Some of the vineyards are considered to be among the best in Europe.

For a more detailed discussion of wine and tour ideas see: http://cataloniaholidaylettings.co.uk/activities.html


The capital, Vilafranca del Penedes, lies on the left bank of the Foix river and on the main line between Barcelona and Tarragona (AP 7)
Founded in the mid-12th century and was several times the seat of Corts (parliament).

Attractions:
Royal Palace
from the 12. century, which today is a museum whose collections include archeology, paleontology, ornithology, ceramics and religious art.

The gothic church of Santa Maria

The Wine Museum, showing wine-making, the history and technology.

Other attractions include the church of Sant Joan, Sant Francesc monastery and a number of old merchant houses such as Palau del Fraret, Casal dels Gomá and Casal del Marques d'Alfarràs.


Anoia is the area north of Penedes Baix, a thriving agricultural and wine region around Anoia River. Today the most important industry is papermaking.

The capital is Igualada (39,000 inhabitants) on the left bank of the Anoia river at the end of the Igualada-Matorell-Barcelona railway. The old town center dates back from the 11th century with an irregular network of narrow streets and the remains of a fort and ramparts. The town lies 65 km. from Barcelona and 20 km. from the famous mountain monastery of Montserrat.
The city hosts the annual European Balloon Festival and hasSpain's only balloon factory (Ultra Magic), but traditionally were leather- and textile industry dominant, but environmental restrictions finished the tanneries.


Other attractions:

The Leather Museum from 1954 was the first of its kind in Spain and shows a typical traditional tannery.

The Muledriver Museum shows the evolution of transport modes with mules, horses and oxen.

The Santa Maria Basilica is the most important historic building, originally from the 11th century, but most of the present building is from the 17th- century

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