Nearly a century of history in the green heart of Galicia
Casa Don Benito was built in 1929. Don Benito Rey and his wife Doña Isabel Vázquez extended their home as they needed more room for their growing family.
In the early 2000s, the House underwent extensive restoration, both in the main house and in the outhouses and stores. Thanks to that restoration, today we have eight welcoming apartments to offer our customers, with all the amenities.
The Casa Don Benito is in Arnego (Vila de Cruces), in stunning Deza county, loved for the beauty of its landscapes and its fantastic cuisine and cultural scene.
The apartments in the Casa Don Benito have everything our guests could need; you can enjoy the comfort of a hotel in an unbeatable natural setting, suitable for all outdoor activities.
Why do our customers choose us?
Apartments in Casa Don Benito
The house has 3 completely independent rural apartments, for 2, 4 and 6 people respectively.
As in all Naturlar houses, the two-person apartment has been fully adapted for guests with reduced mobility.
Each apartment has a fully-equipped kitchen, en suite in each bedroom, laundry service, wi-fi throughout, sitting room with fireplace and terrace.
The outside is a common area with free parking, a barbecue area and beautiful gardens where your pets will have plenty of space to play outside.
The Casas Don Benito rural apartments are 10 minutes by car from the pretty village of Vila de Cruces. This is the closest built-up area to the Casa and you will find all the shops you need to stock up on supplies and make your stay at Casa Don Benito enjoyable.
If you don’t want to cook but still would like to eat in the peace of the Casa Don Benito, we’ve made things easy for you: we provide a home delivery service for cooked meals. Just tell us in advance and we will prepare an amazing meal for you. Let us explain how it works before you order.
How do I get to Casa Don Benito?
The easiest way to get to Casa Don Benito is form Vila de Cruces (Pontevedra).
When you reach Vila de Cruces:
- At the main roundabout as you enter the village (which has a sculpture of the Vila de Cruces cockerel on it), take the PO-905 towards Arzúa (and Portodemouros).
- After a few minutes you will come to a turning to the right towards Cumeiro-Larazo- Loño-Arnegos-Brocos (EP-6403). Take that turning and carry straight on.
- You will go through Navaza, O Penedo, A Contiña with turnings off to the left. One turning leads to the Church of Caxide and another to Loño. Carry on on the main road.
- After a few minutes you will come to Arnego. On a house on the right, you will see the information sign for Naturlar – Casa Don Benito.