Vacation Rental Description
Set on the outskirts of a peaceful traditional village, overlooking olive groves and with spectacular views of the mountains. This is a large 5 bedroom refurbished village house with private pool and attractive garden. A comfortable family home, it offers the opportunity for a relaxing, self-contained holiday with a wealth of other cultural and recreational possibilities. More photos of the house on the way. The house has been designed as a family home not as a sterile holiday let. So, it is welcoming, has considerable character and charm and has been built with love. It is ideal both for 'hanging out' and relaxing or as base for wider exploration of the area and has worked well for large family holidays as well as for disparate groups of friends and couples. Bedrooms are largely on the ground floor and the main communal body of the house is open plan. There are all the facilities that you would expect TV, DVD and CD player, iPod dock, games and also has an impressive library.
- Cooking Utensils
- Private Pool
Bedroom 1 - master bedroom, king size, en-suite.
Bedroom 2 - king size.
Bedroom 3 - double.
Bedroom 4 - twin beds.
Bedroom 5 - twin beds.
En-suite bathroom to bedroom 1, with bath, shower, twin basins, wc and bidet.
Bathroom 2 - bath, shower, basin, wc and bidet.
Bathroom 3 - bath, shower, basin, wc.
Bathroom 4 - shower, basin, wc.
Living Rooms: Double living room with high pitched wooden roof, with sofas (including sofa bed), TV, DVD player, large library and DVD and traditional board games collection, CD player, iPod dock.
Other: Spacious study with large desk and library.
The property is cleaned at the beginning and end of every visit. All linen and towels (including beach towels) are supplied. Additional cleaning during your visit can be arranged if required at extra cost.
This area is on the edge of 'Driving Over Lemons' territory and though the traditional ways are beginning to die, you'll still get a pretty good feel for the 'real' Spain - daily life, sleepy afternoons, lively evenings, especially at fiesta time. In the village itself, there is a Coviran supermarket, a number of small and idiosyncratic convenience stores, a bakery, two pharmacists and a bar with the finest view (and the finest, coldest beer) in the valley. Listen out, too, for the twice weekly fish and fruit vans.
Although rightly famed for the unmissable Alhambra, Granada is a lively city of considerable historical importance with all the modern facilities you would expect, excellent shopping and some of the finest tapas in Andalucia. Well worth exploring.
- Nearest Airport : Granada airport at 0 kilometers distance;
- Travel Info: Car hire is absolutely essential. Parking is not a problem. Granada airport (for Ryanair and Iberia flights) is approximately 40 minutes away. Malaga airport (for all major carriers) is an easy 75 minute drive along the new coastal motorway. Almeria airport, a two hour journey, is another possibility.