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View of the front of the house from the end of the garden

House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 100km

Description of object

4+ bedroom house in the rural village of Botevo,Yambol area.The Black Sea coast is about 45 mins drive on the motorway.The house is situated at the end of the village,about 5 mins walk from the village centre.Big house with a real fireplace,chimney barbecue in the garden,the garden itself is very big as well.Ideal place for a big family with many kids. Perfect holiday for walkers,wildlife lovers,or just people that would rather drive to the sea every day,than pay for an expensive sea hotel.

Location of object

The house is located literaly next to the one of the two forests surrounding the village. Game animals are abundant there,especially in one of the forests-wild boar,deer,jackals,foxes,etc...The front view of the house is just trees and nothing else.Very quiet area.

120 square metres living area in house,the house along with the garden is 900 square metre

In the case of 4 guests,every person will have their own separate bedroom. Because three of the beds are double,at least three couples will feel welcome. Separate bedroom keys also provided. There`s one bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The living room is large enough to take 6 people or more.

Access to:

Shower room

Microwave

Cooker

Fireplace

Chimney barbecue

DVD/Audio/CD player

Coffee machine

Washing machine

About the village:

Botevo is a village in Southeastern Bulgaria, it is part of Tundja municipality, Yambol region.

There are four more villages in Bulgaria with the same name - in Varna region, in Vidin region, in Vratsa region and in Montana region.

Botevo is situated 18 km southwest of Yambol, 80 km from the Turkish border,100 km of the seacoast,30 km northwest of Elhovo, 35 km southeast of Nova Zagora and some 260 km southeast of the capital city of Sofia.

The population is about 930 people.

The terrain is flat and the soil is fertile and suitable for growing almost all kind of fruits and vegetables.

The altitude is 240 m.

The climate is continental, typical for the Upper-Trachian Valley, with little influence from the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. In terms of temperature regime, the region is one of the hottest in the country. The average temperature for the coldest month - January is 1.2 ° C and the average temperature for July is 23.2 ° C.

The hottest time of the summer(August)can reach up to 44° (Summer 2012)

The village is well developed - totally electrified and supplied with water, all streets are paved, there are regular bus services connecting it with neighboring towns and villages. There are a city hall, a municipality, a kindergarten, a primary school, a church, a community center with a vocal group, a library, a senior citizens club. There are also a GP, a dentist, several shops and a pub.

Specialized medical help can be received in the hospital of Yambol.

Tourism and landmarks

Kaleto area is located a few kilometers away from the village. Over there were found remains of a fort, which were believed to have been a base of a guarding Roman legion.

In the area there are some interesting architectural sites, Thracian and Roman settlements of antiquity.

The area boasts with beautiful scenery and fresh air. Suitable for eco, wine, historical and cultural tourism, excellent conditions for hiking,fishing and hunting -there`s a local river and the village is surrounded by woodlands. near the village crosses the river Tunja, and between the villages of Roza and General Inzovo there is a dam. The surrounding land is rich in game.

In recent years, near the village are held off-road racings

The village is named in tribute and respect to the personality and work of one of the most important figures in Bulgaria - Hristo Botev. The fair of the village is on 2nd of June - the day the revolutionary.

About the town:

Yambol is a province in southeastern Bulgaria, neighbouring Turkey to the south. It is named after its main city Yambol, while other towns include Straldzha, Bolyarovo and Elhovo. The province embraces a territory of 3,355.5 km²[1] that is divided into 5 municipalities with a total population, as of December 2009, of 138,429 inhabitants

he motto of the town of Yambol is "Coming from

the remote past, going to the future". Archaeological findings in the area date back to the year 6000 BC, to the time of Roman Emperor Diocletian's reign when the castle, called Diospolis, was built on the location of the present modern town. The best preserved historical sites, dating back to the fifteenth century, are the bazar "Bezisten" and the mosque "Esky Djamia", which have been restored and are functioning at present. Other historical sites of interest are the prehistoric tumulus by the village of Drama, the remains of Yambol Mediaeval castle and the Monastery of the Middle Ages in Voden.

Yambol is home to the ancient settlement of Kabile, a national archaeological reserve and a nature preserved site, being the most important Thracian settlement in Bulgaria. In modern study of ancient Thrace it has already been proved that Kabile was the most prominent political, economic and religious centre from the first millennium BC. The archaeological investigations of the ancient city that have taken place in the last thirty years have revealed a great number of artefacts (stone inscriptions, coins, ceramic ware and remains of building activities) dating from times over a millennium long history. Most of the discovered artefacts have already been published and used as a data for archaeological and historical studies.

The Tundja River, the fourth of its size with an earth embankment, flows through the district, and mineral water wells are found near the village of Stefan Caradjovo. The territory of the area covers the middle part of the river valley, the Bakadjitsi, parts of the Svetiliiski, Derventski and Manastirski uplands, with the hilly plain relief predominating 100-150m above sea level. The northern areas of Tundja valley are characterized by a transcontinental climate, while the southern parts have a typical continental/Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperatures are between 12 and 12.5°C. Agricultural lands take 76.9% of the whole district territory, and the forests 15.5% of it. The wood resources include elm, willow, poplar and oak.

Size Sleeps up to 5, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Bourgas 100 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Bourgas 120 km, Nearest railway: Yambol 18 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire
General TV, CD player
Standard Kettle
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ

The Black Sea Coast region

Yambol is a province in southeastern Bulgaria, neighbouring Turkey to the south. It is named after its main city Yambol, while other towns include Straldzha, Bolyarovo and Elhovo. The province embraces a territory of 3,355.5 km²[1] that is divided into 5 municipalities with a total population, as of December 2009, of 138,429 inhabitants

he motto of the town of Yambol is "Coming from the remote past, going to the future". Archaeological findings in the area date back to the year 6000 BC, to the time of Roman Emperor Diocletian's reign when the castle, called Diospolis, was built on the location of the present modern town. The best preserved historical sites, dating back to the fifteenth century, are the bazar "Bezisten" and the mosque "Esky Djamia", which have been restored and are functioning at present. Other historical sites of interest are the prehistoric tumulus by the village of Drama, the remains of Yambol Mediaeval castle and the Monastery of the Middle Ages in Voden.

Yambol is home to the ancient settlement of Kabile, a national archaeological reserve and a nature preserved site, being the most important Thracian settlement in Bulgaria. In modern study of ancient Thrace it has already been proved that Kabile was the most prominent political, economic and religious centre from the first millennium BC. The archaeological investigations of the ancient city that have taken place in the last thirty years have revealed a great number of artefacts (stone inscriptions, coins, ceramic ware and remains of building activities) dating from times over a millennium long history. Most of the discovered artefacts have already been published and used as a data for archaeological and historical studies.

The Tundja River, the fourth of its size with an earth embankment, flows through the district, and mineral water wells are found near the village of Stefan Caradjovo. The territory of the area covers the middle part of the river valley, the Bakadjitsi, parts of the Svetiliiski, Derventski and Manastirski uplands, with the hilly plain relief predominating 100-150m above sea level. The northern areas of Tundja valley are characterized by a transcontinental climate, while the southern parts have a typical continental/Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperatures are between 12 and 12.5°C. Agricultural lands take 76.9% of the whole district territory, and the forests 15.5% of it. The wood resources include elm, willow, poplar and oak.

Bourgas

Botevo is a village in Southeastern Bulgaria, it is part of Tundja municipality, Yambol region.

There are four more villages in Bulgaria with the same name - in Varna region, in Vidin region, in Vratsa region and in Montana region.

Botevo is situated 18 km southwest of Yambol, 80 km from the Turkish border,120 km of the seacoast,30 km northwest of Elhovo, 35 km southeast of Nova Zagora and some 260 km southeast of the capital city of Sofia.

The population is about 930 people.

The terrain is flat and the soil is fertile and suitable for growing almost all kind of fruits and vegetables.

The altitude is 240 m.

The climate is continental, typical for the Upper-Trachian Valley, with little influence from the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. In terms of temperature regime, the region is one of the hottest in the country. The average temperature for the coldest month - January is 1.2 ° C and the average temperature for July is 23.2 ° C.

The hottest time of the summer(August)can reach up to 44° (Summer 2012)

The village is well developed - totally electrified and supplied with water, all streets are paved, there are regular bus services connecting it with neighboring towns and villages. There are a city hall, a municipality, a kindergarten, a primary school, a church, a community center with a vocal group, a library, a senior citizens club. There are also a GP, a dentist, several shops and a pub.

Specialized medical help can be received in the hospital of Yambol.

Tourism and landmarks

Kaleto area is located a few kilometers away from the village. Over there were found remains of a fort, which were believed to have been a base of a guarding Roman legion.

In the area there are some interesting architectural sites, Thracian and Roman settlements of antiquity.

The area boasts with beautiful scenery and fresh air. Suitable for eco, wine, historical and cultural tourism, excellent conditions for hiking,fishing and hunting -there`s a local river and the village is surrounded by woodlands. near the village crosses the river Tunja, and between the villages of Roza and General Inzovo there is a dam. The surrounding land is rich in game.

In recent years, near the village are held off-road racings

The village is named in tribute and respect to the personality and work of one of the most important figures in Bulgaria - Hristo Botev. The fair of the village is on 2nd of June - the day the revolutionary.

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