Set in a historic, hillside pueblo, which has good roads and a regular bus service down to the coast. There’s a great selection of bars, cafés and restaurants in this pretty Andalusian village and but it's the views over the surrounding countryside and sea that keep me coming back.
The rooms are not massive but are fully equipped with a toaster, kettle, fridge and satellite TV. The pine furniture is a little dated but it would look awkward to have sleek, contemporary designs in this setting.
The reception area is as small and quaint – like the rest of the hotel – with bottle green paintwork and large terracotta tiles.
Eating and drinking
There’s no proper restaurant to speak of but the options in the village are plentiful. And you can make toast in the rooms and grab the free pastries!
Personal and full of enthusiasm. The owner can’t do enough for you and is well-informed about local attractions and events.
Who stays there
Older couples who want to explore the beautiful village.
You won’t have to break the bank to stay in this authentic Spanish village property. There can be some deals between February and Easter.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Warm, friendly ambience
- No restaurant