La Siesta is your home from home, and only 50m from the centre of town but with easy access and on-street parking. This two bedroom house is comfortably appointed and has a lovely terrace where you can sit and look over the town and the surrounding countryside. We have a fully equipped kitchen just off the terrace so dining outdoors is very easy. Our large lounge has a wood burning stove for the winter and is next to the kitchen. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with two single beds. The bedrooms are on the middle floor which helps to keep them cool in the height of summer. The bathroom has a loo and shower, basin and washing maching and there is a separate loo. There are a lot of stairs in the house so it isn't suitable for the disabled or for people who struggle with stairs.
- House10 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs1
- Min. Stay3 nights
A fantastic house with views across the village to the opposite hillside
- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- 27 Aug 2018
I live in Maine in the United States and have a wonderful Property Manager in the town who looks after all our guests and the house. Sami will contact you about your stay and be there to meet you on arrival as well as be on hand should you need anything. She is a yoga teacher and masseuse and has lived in Alhama for 10 years.
Sami purchased this House in 2018
Why Sami chose Alhama de Granada
My husband and I love the outdoors and cycling and Alhama was the perfect place to enjoy our lifestyle. The house was so perfectly located that when it came on to the market we just had to have it.
What makes this House unique
Location, location, location!
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Our favourite swimming spot is Lake Bermejales and for walking a trip to La Maroma is a must. Spend the day walking up the mountain and from the top taking in the view of the coast and Mediterranean. A picnic is a must.
The local museum gives a good insight in to the development of the town and has some interactive elements.
Throughout the year there are festivals, ferias and parties. The best of these is Carnaval, 40 days before Easter.