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Hidden Farmhouse, www.hiddenfarmhouse.com

Private room in farm stay hosted by Kristin
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 private bath
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An 18th-century simple rustic farmhouse situated in a shallow mountainous valley of olive groves, and surrounded by 54 hectares of olive and almond orchards, vineyards and pine forest. We’re a working family farm, trying to restore, revitalise and optimise our centuries-old farmland by using “modern” organic gardening techniques. We’d love to share this with you — our land, our home, the clean air, our quiet peaceful way of living — all with comfort and a sense of whimsical adventure.

The space
We’re modern day homesteaders, pioneering in deep Spain, which has now become our beloved home and way of life. We’re living a sustainable, regenerative, and as close to off-grid lifestyle as possible. Respecting and honouring mother earth and the rhythms of nature, trying to do our part in the face of ongoing climate change.

Guest access
You can simply relax and take walks around our farm, or perhaps over to Torre del Compte (the closest village with a meagre 150 inhabitants), or you can explore the area — with its hilltop villages, the relatively unchartered Els Ports mountains, horseback riding trails, emerald-green water holes and undulating rivers.

Other things to note
In our farmhouse home, we have five with en-suite bathrooms, decorated with refurbished vintage Spanish furniture and all rooms have views over the farm. We have three double rooms and two larger rooms that can (comfortably( sleep four. In our house, you’ll sleep within old stone walls you’ll breathe in the most clean clear air and wake up gently to the sounds of the birds and the hum of the forest, and in the evenings falling asleep to the shriek of the foxes in the distance or the calls of the owls or the wind blowing gently through the pines.
An 18th-century simple rustic farmhouse situated in a shallow mountainous valley of olive groves, and surrounded by 54 hectares of olive and almond orchards, vineyards and pine forest. We’re a working family farm, trying to restore, revitalise and optimise our centuries-old farmland by using “modern” organic gardening techniques. We’d love to share this with you — our land, our home, the clean air, our quiet peaceful way of living — all with comfort and a sense of whimsical adventure.

The space
We’re modern day homesteaders, pioneering in deep Spain, which has now become our beloved home and way of l…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed

Amenities

Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pool
Breakfast
Laptop-friendly workspace
Essentials
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Crib
Lock on bedroom door
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Location

Valderrobres, Aragón, Spain

We live about seven kilometres outside of Matarraña’s most populated village, Valderrobres, with its approximately 2,500 inhabitants. Incidentally, Valderrobres has been declared one of Spain’s most beautiful villages, with its 7th-century in-tact castle and its old city’s picturesque narrow cobblestone streets. Matarraña is a local administrative region (know as a comarca) that is part of the province of Teruel, which is then part of Aragon — one of Spain’s 17 autonomous communities. Valderrobes is about a three-hour drive from either Barcelona or Valencia, and about a 4 ½-hour drive east of Madrid.

Our farmhouse is situated up a winding paved and well-laid dirt road that twists around olive and almond orchards. We like to think of ourselves as “hidden” because we really are quite far from any other property, and our farmhouse is set low and almost hidden from sight by an enormous, fantastically beautiful serpentine-like pine tree.
We live about seven kilometres outside of Matarraña’s most populated village, Valderrobres, with its approximately 2,500 inhabitants. Incidentally, Valderrobres has been declared one of Spain’s most beautiful v…

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Hosted by Kristin

Joined in March 2013
  • 4 Reviews
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American mother of three, living in Spain. Trying to live as sustainably as possible -- solar panels, re-using grey water, compost toilet, growing as much food as we can. Greening my children. :)
  • Languages: English, Français, Español, Svenska
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 5:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
No smoking
No pets
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