Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday villa in Bedar - CASA SOLANA
VILLA,3 BEDROOMS,2 BATHROOMS,SLEEPS 5,LARGE ROOF TERRACE,AIR CON/HEATING,SAT.TV
Privately owned Casa Solana fits neatly into Bedar village, known as 'Hilltop Heaven'. The villa offers modern amenities equipped to a high standard. The large roof terrace boasts panoramic sea/mountain views, is ideal for dining/sunbathing and is not overlooked. The entrance hall leads to a spacious lounge with French doors to corner balcony, dining area with French doors to Juliet balcony, fully fitted kitchen and shower room with toilet and basin. The lower ground floor comprises fully fitted main bathroom with overbath shower, 2 double bedrooms 1 with kingsize bed and 1 with twin beds, and 1 single bedrooms all with ample wardrobe/drawer space. Sat.TV, CD player & radio. Within easy reach of village shops and restaurants. ONLY 50M FROM VILLA, NEWLY BUILT LARGE VILLAGE POOL,LIFEGUARD,SUNBEDS, FACILITES, OPEN JULY/AUGUST
Weekly Linen Change: My local English contact will be available for your assistance and will provide a weekly linen change and cleaning between lets. You will arrive to a spotless villa, made-up beds ready to relax in and a welcome pack in the fridge comprising water, milk, orange juice, bread, spread, sugar, tea, coffee and a bottle of red wine.
Facilities in the surrounding area: For those seeking all the facilities of a modern Spanish holiday, the villa is only 20 minutes away from the beach resort of Mojacar Playa and the fishing port of Garrucha. Extensive outdoor weekly markets are held Wednesdays in Mojacar Pueblo and Fridays in Garrucha and Turre. There are many excellent restaurants in these towns and nearby villages serving tapas, traditional Spanish food and seafood, and also Indian, Italian and Chinese cuisine. For golfers there are 4 courses within a short drive from Bedar and for children there is a water park and Mini Hollywood to visit where they can learn about Clint Eastwood and the Spaghetti Westerns.
Walking in and around Bedar: There are many scented promenades if you choose to walk in Bedar, El Pinar, Los Gallardos and surrounding areas. A mining area until the 1920s you will find evidence of caves, once lived in by the workers, and a railway track, now defunct, which constitutes an interesting walk where you will see the odd tunnel cut through the mountain side or a huddle of stones that may have been an engine house. If you leave Bedar and head through the hills towards La Serena and El Campico you will experience the solitude of the tiny villages and hamlets and see (and smell!) the goat farm in El Campico. But to counteract that you can wander through the hills and marvel at the space, peace and beauty of the mountains and brush your way through rosemary, thyme and sage growing wild and releasing a heady perfume. The older villagers still collect these herbs for their traditional dishes. Some of the walks are displayed on notice boards throughout the villages.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible