La Casa del Loto
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
La Casa del Loto, is a rustic yet modern cottage designed to offer a quality service with utmost importance on the finest of detail, making it the ideal location to relax, unwind and enjoy the atmosphere close to the nature reserve “El Chorro”.
It disposes of 2 bedrooms, covered porch, BBQ, log fire, indoor Jacuzzi, outdoor jacuzzi/hot tub, swimming pool, outdoor garden dining area, stress relieving services including aromatic essential oil massage and aqua relax massage. You can also enjoy routes around the historical town centre and sunset by the lake.
La Casa del Loto is a lovingly restored finca hidden in a peaceful countryside of Andalucía. Comfortably sleeps 4 people, perfect for a group of friends a family or for a couple. Private pool with a heated Jacuzzi. Gorgeous outside area for al-fresco dining and chilling out with a built in Andalucían style BBQ . Each room has a separate air conditioning, linens and towels are provided. To help you to relax even further, you can try their fantastic massages with aromatic tees, arranged through the owner.
Short drive from Desfiladero de los Gaitanes natural park, a haven for rock climbers and the Guadalhorce dam lake is an amazing place to relax, go for a swim, have a picnic in the shade of pine trees. La Casa del Loto offers you exploration of the traditional Spain. Ronda, Mijas and the beaches and other tourist attractions are within an hour drive. The owner speaks English and always there to help you with anything you might need for a pleasant holiday.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Los Álamos beach 45 km|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Málaga 45 km, Nearest railway: Álora 5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Andalucia region
Alora runs through the valley of the Guadalhorce River, nestled between the hills, among orange groves, lemon groves and open countryside. It offers spectacular scenery such as Gaitanes Gorge, the mountains of the Sierra de Huma or running river water. Alora is a land of ancient Mediterranean civilization; Neolithic axes have been discovered in the Hoyo del Condeand Sabinal, with Roman and Arabic artifacts also having been found in the area.
The Municipality of Alora is situated northeast of the Guadalhorce valley region, 40 kilometres from the capital of the province and 78 kilometres from Ronda. The village is located about 200 meters above sea level. Average annual rainfall is 580 l / m 2 and average temperature 16.6 ° C.
The history of Alora goes back to prehistory in the Hoyo del Conde, a little over a mile from the city. The ecological environment (hunting, water, natural protection) favoured these lands until the Tartars and the Phoenicians discovered the great commercial potential of the area. Phoenician artifacts were found under the foundations of the castle, the Romans later took advantage of these fortifications. The Roman presence has left important marks on these lands, from the mile-stone that marked the Roman road which was called Municipium Iluritanum (year 79 BC) to various remains which prove that Alora was under Roman law and occupation, with the name of Iluro.
Alora, which knew a great prosperity at this time, had military rulers who paid tribute to Rome, traces of these high-ranking families could later be found in Rome itself. During the Visigothic period the core of the fortress was built, and later expanded by the Arabs, soon after this Alora came under the rule of the Iberian peninsula. (During this period the rebellion of Omar Ben Hafsun took place, and the proximity of Bobastro (his stronghold) had a significant effect on the population of these lands).
Throughout the Middle Ages the Christian kings tried in vain to take the village of Alora, which resisted each and every attack. In one of these attacks, in 1434, the Governor of Andalusia, Don Diego de Rivera, was killed at the foot of the ramparts, tragic news that was responsible for spreading the ballads known as the Romance of Alora that is reproduced in a plate of Castillo. The square, and so the village, fell to the troops of the Catholic king in 1484. The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries gave remarkable prosperity Álora, favoured by the presence of many distinguished people who lived or visited the village. In 1628, Alora was separated from the municipality of Malaga "forever" in the minutes signed by Felipe IV.
It lies between orange and lemon trees very close to the natural jet impressive natural spectacle where you can stroll through its paths, swim in its beautiful lakes, to canoeing, pedalo. 5 km from Alora village a typical andalusian village with a moorish castle where you can have the typical and delightful andalusian "tapas".
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22 Jul 2015
"Beautiful Casa Loto"
We had the most wonderful, relaxing week long stay at Casa del Loto! The photos don't do this place justice - it has been lovingly restored by the owner Gabriel, with beautiful luxurious outdoor furniture and plenty of different options to lounge by the pool in the sun or the shade, choosing one of the sun loungers, the four poster outdoor bed or the hammock! There is a lovely outdoor dining area, with outdoor BBQ and facilities in addition to the kitchen. We loved the heated hot tub during the day and also to relax in the evening and the pool is immaculate and a great way to cool down on a hot day. The Casa itself is beautifully decorated with luxurious fixtures and furniture and aircon in all of the rooms. The spa room was a real treat with the whirlpool bath and Gabriel even organised a private masseuse to visit one afternoon and we all had very relaxing massages there in the spa room. A real treat to have this, without even leaving the villa! It’s the little thoughtful touches that set this place apart, from the Egyptian cotton sheets to the addition of leaving lovely, fluffy robes for the guests to enjoy. Gabriel was a delight to deal with from start to finish – he was so welcoming and keen to ensure we had the perfect visit – nothing was too much trouble! It was the most relaxing holiday we have had in a long time – we all completely switched off and relaxed as soon as we arrived, there’s something about the place that just inspires a real sense of peace and tranquillity. If you’re looking to get away from the world and properly relax, then this is the place for you. Cannot recommend this highly enough – we will definitely be back soon!