Casa Intera, Tere y Joaquín: (Ayoó de Vidriales )


Entire cottage hosted by Teresa

  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 2 bathrooms
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well suited for working.
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Former farmhouse, renovated in 2014, which has a beautiful garden with barbecue, and summer dining room, where it is very pleasant nights from spring to autumn.
A place to enjoy a quiet and welcoming atmosphere.
Just 1 km from the village, there is the rural recreational area of Requeijo, where there is a beautiful lake with river beach and recreational area with barbecues to enjoy a good day outdoors in the midst of nature.

The space
Site; Ayoo de Vidriales, is a quiet Zamoran village, where you can make routes from natural sources, "that is why it is called the land of springs " of chestnut forests, millennial trees and pine forests where in the months of autumn and winter mycological activities and guided collection of wild mushrooms with previous reserve.

In the months of Autumn - Winter from home, and with any luck, we can hear the berry of deer and roe deer calling from the females.

The house is located 35 minutes from La Puebla de Sanabria, a town chosen by Ferrero Rocher in 2018 , the most beautiful in Spain and 45 minutes from Lake Sanabria one of the most visited natural sites in Zamora , and at 2,200 meters above sea level you can visit the lagoons of fish and donkeys.

Benavente, Zamora and La Bañeza , Leon, cities with a wide gastronomic tradition and tapas are located 25 minutes from home.

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What this place offers

Garden view
Mountain view
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Washing machine
Portable air conditioning

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Where you’ll be

Ayoó de Vidriales, Castilla y León, Spain

Teresa's accommodation is in Ayoó de Vidriales Castilla y León España.
The first inhabitants in the space occupied by Ayoó de Vidriales, was a hunter-gatherer settlement prior to Arab domination, which was later depopulated.
Thus, the present town was born with the installation of a community of monks on this ancient settlement, where they built a male monastery.
This one, named after “Agio” or "Aegean", from whose name the word Ayoó derives that gives name to the town, existed already at the end of the IXth century. Mentioned by some authors as nephew of Ordoño I , or as son of Alfonso III and Jimena de Asturias, he was a zenobite follower of San Fructuoso and San Valerio. In its beginnings it was formed in the Monastery of Ageo (Ayoó de Vidriales) under the tutelage of its abbot Arandiselo, and it was there that it became acquainted with the work of these saints. Later, around 895, he decided to restore the Benedictine monastery of San Pedro de Montes, located in the Aquilan Mountains, in which San Fructuoso and San Valerio had also resided.
After its restoration, in 898 the bishop of Astorga Ranulfo appointed him abbot of the monastery. In 899, at the behest of Alfonso III, Ranulfo succeeded him at the head of the diocese «more out of obedience to the prince than of his own free will, although he did not even almost bodily live there».
Around 919 or 920 Genadius resigned the bishopric, succeeding Fortis. Then he retired again to the Silence Valley to continue his asceticism until his death, which occurred around 936 probably in Peñalba de Santiago.
He was buried in this monastery until in 1603 the Duchess of Alba Maria de Toledo, widow of Fadrique Álvarez de Toledo, exhumed his remains without authorization to take them to the Dominican convent of Villafranca; his head, claimed by the Astorga Council, was handed over to the cathedral in 1621, while his body was transferred to the monastery of Nuestra Señora de la Laura de Valladolid, which demolished in the 1980s occupied the place where the Campo Grande Hospital is today.
Legacy of San Genadio-

San Genadio became one of the most important figures in the so-called art of repopulation, because in the area of ​ ​ El Bierzo he was the promoter of the restoration of San Pedro de Montes and Santa Leocadia de Castañeda and the foundation of Santiago de Peñalba, Santo Tomás, San Pedro y San Pablo de Castañeda and San Andrés de Montes, to whom he bequeathed a large library that all of them had to share.
Acclaimed as a saint shortly after his death, the caves where he supposedly retired were venerated by the Catholic faithful, who used to pilgrim to them in pilgrimage and collect land from their soil, which meant healing of intermittent heats.
He is recognized as the first saint related to chess, since from Peñalba de Santiago come the ivory pieces called Piezas de San Genadio, which are considered the oldest chess figures in Europe, and which belonged to the saint.

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  1. Joined in February 2020
  • 19 Reviews
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No smoking
No pets
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