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                Recent Reviews

                We've discovered a little gem of a place!

                5 of 5
                What a find! We spent a week at Casa Ceramica in July 2017 - myself, husband and three sons (aged 7, 14 and 16). The cottage, although cosy, was roomy enough for all five of us (one double, one twin and one single room). We were able to eat in the kitchen (when it was too windy) or down on the terrace. Shirley was a fabulous host and was really helpful with things to do and see in the area and we loved hearing about her life in Spain. Shirley's garden is magical and I could have spent hours exploring it. The pool is on the small side but lovely and perfectly big enough to cool off in with a big enough area around it and sun beds for the whole family to lounge around. The cottage is well equipped and in good condition - there is washing machine and an orange squeezer so we had delicious fresh orange juice every morning for breakfast. The highlight, though, was sitting/dining/drinking on the terrace with the most fabulous view down a wild valley to the coast, over the Mediterranean and to Africa - honestly the best views I've ever had from a holiday house - and watching a family of Griffin Vultures (with binoculars thoughtfully provided with the house) nest on the cliff opposite was very special and had the boys fascinated! The location is ideal - the village can be got to on foot in less than ten minutes (a good choice of bars & restaurants, as well as a small supermarket & pharmacy), and one can also access many walking trails directly from the cottage. The coast is a short drive away for those who wish for a bit of an urban fix, and equally the beautiful Andalusian hinterland and the Pueblos Blancos are just a short drive away too. I would highly recommend this holiday let. It wouldn't be suitable for small children (too many drops and little winding paths). Being slightly elevated and away from the coast which means that in very hot weather this location is slightly cooler and you tend to get a good breeze coming up from the coast. A haven of peace and quiet but not too far from the action either.
                • Review Submitted: Jul 20, 2017
                • Date of Stay: Jun 2017