Once dedicated to wine stages and other agricultural activities of the farm, the Clérigo House, of rustic style, has a secular history. In 1861, a cleric, son of this land, received it by his parents endowment, like had happened to their ancestors.
The Clérigo House has simple lines and, obviously, in typical “minho” stone, balanced with the warmth of the wood that comfortably embraces the inside, developed in two floors. The ground floor previously reserved for implements and animals, today is a social zone.
It has a kitchenette connected to the dining area and sitting area, a contiguous whole, where you simply want to live. The first floor includes two comfortable rooms, which in its meekness invite you to rest, in all senses.