|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Set on the edge of the village, this charming cottage invites guests to unwind and relax in the pretty terraced gardens with its vine-covered terrace and generously sized pool. In the evenings, nearby Vejer’s cosmopolitan atmosphere and large choice of Spanish, French, Italian and Moroccan restaurants may tempt you, although closer to home, Santa Lucia’s excellent La Tajea or Castilleria serve some of the best cuisine in the area. It’s hard to tear yourself away from this relaxing spot but with the golden sandy uncrowded beaches of this unsophisticated coastline, the many interesting historic cities and whitewashed villages all within a short drive, there is plenty to explore! There is a master double bedroom with en suite bathroom and a twin bedrooms with adjacent full bathroom along with the open plan living-dining-kitchen area. Due to the many terraces this house is not suited to toddlers or very young children, nor is it really ideal for the less mobile. In July and August, we can also make available (on request), for a 5th person, a granny flat on the middle terrace with it's own en suite shower room. This bedroom has a normal double bed but very limited storage space for clothes so suitable for maybe a teenager or au pair. Supplement of 100euros per week for this extra facility.
What a wonderful place, very peaceful and hidden away, yet so close to beautiful places to eat and visit. The villa is furnished to a very high standard and the pool is fantastic. Our two young children loved the 2 terraces and the pool. The owner was very friendly, and helped settle us in well. Highly recommended!
The villa was finished and equipped to a very high standard, the views from the terraces were stunning, the tranquil and quiet location made it really relaxing holiday. The local restaurants were only walking distance away but did not speak hardly any English. The only slight downside which did not really effect us was that the only English channel you could get was sky news. there was plenty of places to sit or lie down in either in the sun or shade. The steps were quite steep to the terraces and it would not be suitable for young children or the elderly
From Tarifa, the Costa de la Luz runs like a golden ribbon westwards to Cádiz and beyond to the border with Portugal. The Spanish themselves favour this Atlantic shore, long stretches of dunes, anchored by pine and eucalyptus trees. Here, you can indulge yourself – you haven’t lived until you’ve feasted on Sanlucar de Barrameda’s giant prawns or the fresh tuna from Conil. Go ‘on safari’ in the Doñana National Park’s bush land, a twitchers’ paradise where black kites swoop and white spoonbills from Africa come to breed each year. Or head inland, past the giant silhouettes of Osborne’s bull and Sandeman’s señor which flag up the sherry vineyards and the bodegas of Jerez itself. One of the jewels of this coast is the small fortress town of Vejer de la Frontera, a dazzle of sugar-cube houses high on a ridge. A day can easily slip by as you admire balconies and patios and intricate window grilles – or enjoy tapas accompanied by a glass of chilled Manzanilla in one of its friendly bars.
Other Activities: Kite-surfing
Golf: Less than 10mins drive from the wonderful facilities of Montemedio, slightly further to the course at Benalup, Conil and Chiclana, Arcos and Jerez
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
We expect that all our clients will care & respect for their holiday accommodation as if it was their own. Sadly, experience has shown that this is not always the case. Therefore we are forced to ask for to lodge a refundable security deposit of 500€ to be lodged on arrival, which will be refunded on departure.