Double with en-suite bathroom and twin bedroom Sleeps maximum of 4
About Ian Kenworthy
Originally from Yorkshire, I lived in London and works din high end hospitality for 35 years and now retired and living in the Dordogne. I first fell in love with Mijas during visits to my uncle who has lived in the area for over 30 years. I first saw the apartment when it was a building site and loved the position and the fabulous views were really what sold it to me - I was the first person to move into the apartment when the block was opened in 2004 I enjoy renting out the apartment and get satisfaction from all the lovely comments from guests. I have made the apartment as comfortable as possible and hope that people use it as their home when they are staying.
Ian Kenworthy purchased this Apartment in 2004
Why Ian Kenworthy chose Mijas
The village has a very special atmosphere, it's main population is Spanish people so it retains the character of a Spanish village, with a local food market and all the festivals that go along with Spanish life. The property is wonderfully situated in a quiet corner of the village with exceptional views out to the sea and up to the mountains.
What makes this Apartment unique
The amazing view which I never tire of. Quite location Covered secure parking. Lovely sun deck and pool with stunning views. Easy access to the fabulous historic cities in Andalusia.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
We had a lovely week in Mijas. The location of the apartment is in a central, quiet area and has great views and we loved the rooftop pool. Overall a great week!
Beautiful apartment, stunning views and tasteful decor. We loved our week here!
Spotless apartment, perfect location at the edge of village. Excellent communication from Ian. Would throughly recommend.
Well equipped apartment
The apartment is an excellent, well equipped and well proportioned flat on the second floor with lovely views. The balcony has sun loungers as well as table and chairs so you can enjoy outside space. Bed really comfortable and fab powerful shower, kitchen has everything you need to cook a three course meal. 5 mins walk from the lovely town of Mijas Pueblo where there are bars, restaurants and shops in abundance. Great access to motorway for visits around the South. Brilliant holiday and a wonderful rest had by the both of us - thank you. Ian and Maite very helpful hosts.
Fabulous stylish apartment in good location with stunning views
This apartment is stylishly furnished and well equipped, the balcony is a great size very private with super views of mijas and the coast. It is very spacious inside with two large bathrooms one of which has just been completely renovated to a high standard, would definitely recommend and would return. The owners are very helpful and easy to contact and are well supported by Maite and Bill who welcome you and look after the apartment for the owners.
Excellent generous accommodation. Centrally located. Spectacular views. Great terrace and pool.
Ian’s apartment was very clean and tidy. He has all the kitchen equipment you would require on holiday. The rooms are generous in size. The balcony is excellent with spectacular views towards the coast. The roof top terrace and pool access is a real perk. Again offering great views. A dedicated parking space was ideal. His prior to arrival emails and instructions were very clear and straight forward. Great location, perfect holiday. Thanks Ian.
Mijas; 4 miles inland & 25 minutes drive from Malaga airport is knowm as 'White Mijas' because of the marble white colour of the Andelusian syle houses of the village. Situated at 1476 ft above sea level the village gives wonderful views to the sea. Golf, horse riding, bird watching and walking are amongst some of the most popular activities in the area. Once rested why not venture further afield & visit one of the wonderful cities and towns near by: Granada with its amazing Moorish Alhambra Palace: Malaga, the birth-place of Picasso and the site of the Picasso museum: Rhonda, high in the Serrania Rhonda mountains with its famous Roman bridge: Cordoba a world heritage site, home to the Alcazar built in 1328 and the Mosquita-Cathedral de Cordoba dating from the 8th century. Alternatively you might enjoy sipping “cocktails” in the harbour at Puerto Banus: the millionaire’s playground of the area. If you are feeling more adventurous why not visit Gibralta or North Africa for the day