About the home
The house is on one level including the terrace and outside lounging area which so ideal for wheelchair user,s.
Even though the house consists of just 2 double bedrooms there is a large lounge with an American style kitchen and large granit table with stools where all guests can gather round to sort out the days activities, (Relax, Relax, Relax)!!! There is plenty of fridge and freezer space.There is no bath but there is a walk in shower unit.Under floor heating is installed for the colder months.
What we are offering is an alternative to the busteling beach and night club scene. if thats what you want we are not the people to come to, but the beach and night life is about an hour away in Malaga. Please remember that Drink drive laws in Spain are a lot harsher than in the UK.
There are however lotsof other things to see and do in and around the area, and it would be a shame not to get out and about to discover what this fantastic Valley and area of Southern Spain has to offer you.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach:||Malaga, 50km|
|Will consider:||Corporate lets|
Nearest amenities: 5km
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Suitable for people with restricted mobility
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Log fire, DVD player|
|Pool:||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General:||TV, CD player, Games room|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities:||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||2 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Sofabeds (1), Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seating for 3, Lounge seating for 5|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony / Terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
Further details indoors:
We would like to advise all our customers that when we state the maximum number of people is six this is on the condition that you realize that the lounge would have to double up as a bedroom.
There is also for the children a closed in artaficially grassed mini football pitch as can be seen in the photos.
There are 2 small bicycles available for children aged 3-6yrs, and 1 for a teenager.
Further details outdoors:
Out in the garden there is a power point and an acess point to plug in a TV, there is a hammock, please note that the poolis a removable pool, and we are going to in the near future fit a deep fixed pool.
We would prefrably like you to contact us via E:MAIL as this will give us time to have our interprter contact us to dicuss any questions or quiries you may have. if contacting us by phone we might simply ask you to give us your name and number and again we wil get our interpriter to contact you as soon as possible. This will take no more than 48 hours.
A returnable discount will be available direct from the owners and the terms are as follows.
Returnable discount for less than one week 0%
Returnable discount from 1 week to 1 month 25%
Returnable discount from 1 month to 2 months 50%
Returnable discount from 2 months to 3 month 75%.
Please note this is at the owners discretion.
The Costa del Sol / Malaga Province region
Andalucia is a well known destination for most European people. Known well as the costa del sol. there are many different thing to do and see, and we will up date this site as much as possible. and on a regular bacis.
The Alora / El Chorro area
El Chorro is a natural gourge, slowly becomeing known as an ideal spot for mountain climbing and its walk way Known as the "caminito del rey" a walk way that takes you round the gourge , the track at some points less than a metre wide and is in places some 700 meters above the river below.
How to get there
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Arriving by Air into Malaga Airport
Upon your arrival at Malaga Airport, from terminal 1 or 2 having collected your luggage and car. Pick up the first signs for Malaga N340.
Proceed out of the Airport in the direction of Malaga/Cadiz N340
(Remember you now drive on the other side of the road and give way to traffic from the left) (Please set you kilometre counter on your car to zero)
I say this, as you will encounter your first roundabout on the exit of the airport. After you have gone round this roundabout following the signs for Malaga/Cadiz N340 the road will take you up and round a long right hand bend and onto the Motorway. It is ok to stay in this lane, as you will actually be bearing to the right in a bit; a big Macro is on the left, and just after this you will be going right onto the “Ronda de Malaga Mortal and Antequera road. Next signs will show “Ronda de Malaga”, “Motril” and the “N331 Antequera”, stay in the right hand lane as you are going to take this exit, you bend round to the right and over some speed bumps. You have now joined the main N340.Stay in this lane. After 1 kilometre there is a long slip road on the right. On the left you can see a funny silver/grey triangular shaped building, move over to the right to get into this slip road, BEWERE it splits up ahead to the right and left!!! Stay to the left following the white sign to Cartama and Universidad, now you have to filter over to the left, following the sign for “CARTAMA” there is a little sign indicating Cartama A357 AND THE ROAD BENDS ROUND TO THE RIGHT. So long as you get on the A357 after approx 10 kilometres you are going in the right direction. (By the way if you do get lost at any point you need the A357 to Cartama please stop if you think you have gone wrong anybody will help you. just ask. So now that you are on the A357 travel down this road which is a motorway with blue motorway signs heading for Álora. You pass a Volvo Truck Garage set back from the road which is on your left hand side now you are going to stay on this road for quite a while. You pass a football pitch on the right you pass the village of Cartama which will be on your left, pass a first green petrol station on your right hand side that is set up slightly from the main road. Go past this petrol station. Eventually the motorway will come to an end make sure that you stay on it till the end until you pass a green BP garage on your right hand side, you then go over a long bridge , which is the Bridge for the RIO GRANDE. Go over the Rio Grande.
The next signs to look out for are the sign indicating A343 Álora/ Pizzara to the right. You can go right here but I recommend that you stay on the road till the next right turning Go right and stay on this road. You will come to the first sign that Indicates Alora to the left. Keep going and then you will come to a large sign that indicates Álora to the left and the first indication for Valle De Abdalajis. Go round the roundabout and carry straight on. Remember to ask if you feel you might be wrong. Stay on this road till you come to another roundabout indication Alora to the Left and Valle De Abdalajis straight on and it is now 16 kilometres to the village. Go straight on. There is a little roundabout just after this sign “remember traffic from your left has priority”. Stay on this road bending slightly to the right and out of the Village of Álora and on up to the Valle de Abdalajis that is only16 Kilometres away there are green road markers on the side of the road indicating the kilometres to Antequera, keep looking for them as these will help you to count down the kilometres to go you want Km 28. On entering “Valle de Abdalajis” there is a large tiled sign and two road signs on the right the first indicates petrol 100Mtrs and immediately after this is a green kilometres 29 sign, you will have been counting these down so it should not be missed. Carry on till you go over a blue and white bridge just after this bridge turn left into the village you go over a few speed bumps and then you will see a big map of the village on the left hand side we will be there waiting for you. It is exactly 60 kilometres to village from the airport
Activities near Alora
Golf within 30 mins drive
Rural / countryside retreats
10 Mar 2013
Entorno privilegiado, con vistas maravillosas, que se disfruta al máximo gracias a las grandes ventanas.
Bien situada para hacer excursiones y muy confortable. Las niñas disfrutaron mucho jugando... more
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|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|Low Season||8 Jan 13||1 Apr 13||€ 441||€ 63||€ 63||1 Night|
|Medium||1 Apr 13||1 Jul 13||€ 574||€ 82||€ 82||1 Night|
|High Season||1 Jul 13||1 Sep 13||€ 706||€ 101||€ 101||1 Night|
|Medium||1 Sep 13||1 Nov 13||€ 574||€ 82||€ 82||1 Night|
|Low Season||1 Nov 13||21 Dec 13||€ 441||€ 63||€ 63||1 Night|
|Festive Season||21 Dec 13||8 Jan 14||€ 706||€ 101||€ 101||1 Night|
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