Both the upper and poolside level of Casa Delfin each provide individual self-contained apartments ideal for a large family or more than one family or friends wishing to holiday together. Pleae note that external steps link the upper and lower levels and therefore the two levels are not connected internally.
Casa Delfin sleeps a maximum of 10 people. The upper level sleeps 4 people and comprises one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The lower Poolside Apartment comprises two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom.
Four roman steps lead down into the private 10 x 5 metre swimming pool which benefits from a poolside shower, large sun terrace, BBQ with seating area, sun loungers and garden furniture to seat 10 people There is also a table tennis table for guests to use.
Guests can also enjoy the use of the nearby communal facilities which includes a further large swimming pool with bathing area, free WiFi internet access, snack bar, tennis & hard surface football court.
To the rear of the property there is an impressive shaded naya which is a perfect area for relaxation and outside dining. The naya inclues a mosaic dining table and a seating area to relax with a drink whilst enjoying the views of the local vineyards, mountains and countryside.
All windows have mosquito blinds and most of the bedrooms have external wooden shutters. There is a large gated private driveway to park at least three cars.
The villa is located in a quiet, sought after area and offers superb views to the rear across the local vineyards and Spanish countryside. Local supermarkets are just a 5 minute walk away and Moraira town with its sandy beach, castle, many restaurants, bars, shops, pretty marina and all amenities is a 5 minute drive by car (approx. 3 kms).
LOWER POOLSIDE APARTMENT - 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6
The main entrance into the Poolside Apartment is from the pool terrace and through the shaded naya.
The comfortable, light and airy lounge/dining area is tastefully decorated in a mix of modern and Moroccan style and comprises a soft sofa seating for 6 people, a wood burning stove, a TV with English speaking channels and a DVD player. The dining area includes a dining table to seat six people and a wall mounted air conditioning unit that easily services the entire apartment.
The modern white kitchen comprises a fridge/freezer, oven/hob, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. A doorway leads out of the kitchen to the shaded naya to the rear of the villa.
There is a twin bedded room and two double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and chests of drawers. Double doors lead out from one double bedroomonto the terrace at the rear of the property, and the second double bedroom as a view of the pool.
The recently renovated shower room is fully tiled and comprises a walk-in shower, wash basin and WC.
UPPER LEVEL - 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4
Tiled steps lead to the upper level of the villa from the pool to a shaded naya with mosaic table and chairs. This is the perfect area to relax over a drink whilst enjoying the pretty views of the surrounding area.
Please note that the upper and lower levels of the villa are not connected internally.
The kitchen has a fridge/freezer, oven/hob and a breakfast bar which separates the kitchen from the dining area. The dining area has a dining table with seating for 4 people.
The comfortable lounge has sofa seating with pretty cushions and modern wicker chairs for a minimum of 4 people, TV with English speaking channels, traditional feature chimney housing a pretty iron wood burner, coffee table and a wall mounted air conditioning unit which easily services the entire apartment.
There is one double bedroom which is light and airy and comprises fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets. There is also a further twin bedded room with fitted wardrobes.
A separate bathroom includes a wash basin, mirror, bath with wall mounted shower unit.
Casa Delfin is perfect or those looking for a detached villa with its private pool in a quiet area. Within a 5 minute walk of supermarkets and just a short 5 minute drive to Moraira and all its amenities.
About Moraira...: Once a sleepy fishing village, Moraira has grown into a small yet charming and picturesque town and yet due to strict planning laws is still very pretty and not over-developed. The main hub of life is beside the pretty yacht marina offering a good selection of restaurants and bars where you can sit outside and watch the world go by. A charming square still retains much of the original character and atmosphere and is home to the local church. There are restaurants, bars and several interesting shops lining the narrow cobbled streets. In the high season, the town comes alive in the evenings with locals and visitors alike.
The beach...: This little town also has its own popular wide, gently-shelving sandy beach with shallow waters and a smaller beach in the adjacent hamlet of El Portet. Both beaches were awarded the prestigious EEC Blue Flags for cleanliness and are safe for family bathing, both are also served by beach bars and restaurants which serve drinks, snacks and main meals. It is also well worth exploring the many other coves and bays along the coast with sand or sand/rock beaches.
Its location...: Moraira is situated at the end of a long valley. The surrounding pine-clad foothills provide both shelter from the winter weather from the north and a natural vortex for cooling summer sea breezes. Moraira’s perfect orientation provides the majority of its properties with a southerly downhill view towards the sea. The development in the area is mostly detached privately-owned villas with very few holiday apartments and no holiday package hotels whatsoever and therefore accommodation is virtually limited to privately-owned villas. Nearly all the properties are owned by Northern Europeans either as retirement or holiday homes and are spread over quite a substantial area. The well-spaced villa development does mean that a car is a necessity in most areas.