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Townhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 9
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Townhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 9
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Casa Jazmin is superbly located for a FAMILY HOLIDAY or GOLFING BREAK, it is just five minutes easy walk to the sea front restaurants and shops, the glorious blue flag Barrosa beach and the paseo maritimo (sea walk). The watersports centre, the marina and fish restaurants, the top class golf courses (36 hole designed by Seve Ballesteros), horseriding, and more excellent restaurants for dining out are all within a five minute drive!!. From the marina you may go on a boat trip around the small island where Julius Caesar once lived and then to the 'Coto Donana' the largest nature reserve in Europe where Flamingos, herons and hundreds of other species of birds and wildlife flourish.
The estate is pedestrianised making it safe for the children and no traffic noise. The beautiful swimming pools are fully supervised for your peace of mind and the shallow pool is ideal for small children, pools usually open
12-3pm and 5-8pm mid- June until mid- September (please note there may be a small charge for using the pools) . There is a tennis court, football pitch and child friendly cafe bar/restaurant on site, usually serving all day from breakfast through to evening meals.
The local shop which is one or two minutes walk away sells hot bread, most provisions, fresh fruit and veg, wines and beers. If you prefer there are two large modern supermarkets selling a wide variety of goods just five minutes drive away. The local well stocked chemist and several spanish cafe/bars are a two minute walk.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||La Barrosa 700 m|
|Will consider||House swap|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Jerez, Nearest railway: San Fernando|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (7), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Downstairs is the lounge/dining area, fully tiled kitchen with granite work surfaces, and utility room, double bedroom with large wardrobes and chests of drawers, twin room with wardrobe, and fully tiled shower room with toilet, bidet and fitted sink unit.
Up the marble stairs is the largest bedroom with bunk beds, a double bed and further single pull down bed if required, large wardrobes and several chests of drawers. Further twin room with separate changing room with wardrobe. Fully tiled shower room with toilet, bidet and fitted sink unit. Outside to large sun terrace overlooking the BBQ patio area
|Further details outdoors|
.Enclosed patio with built in BBQ, seating and table for private dining al fresco. Sun Parasol
.Sun Terrace ideal for private sunbathing or reading
.Casa Jasmin is centrally located in a very well maintained Spanish Holiday Estate. The supervised swimming pools are usually open June - September
.The tennis court and football court can be floodlit if required
.This area has many mature Pine Trees which produce lovely shade, and being so close to the sea we are not generally bothered too much by mosquitos!
.Even in the height of summer the gentle sea breeze keeps the temperature comfortable.
.The golf courses are top class and very playable throughout the winter months. There are so many golf courses that getting a game is easy and courses out of high season are quiet. There are golf passes available please telephone or e-mail us for more details if golfing is 'your thing!'.
E-mail or telephone anytime for enquiries or booking.
20% non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking
Full payment due 6 weeks before departure
Information pack sent 6 weeks before departure
Map and keys sent 3 weeks before departure
Payment by bank transfer or cheque
About this location
The Andalucia region
Costa de la Luz - 'The coast of Light!' And what a coast! 8 km of golden sand, stunning by day and spectacular by night with glorious sunsets over the sea! An hour to the south lies Tarifa, the southernmost tip of Europe and also the 'windsurfing capital!' From Tarifa you can take a half hour boat trip across to Tangier and explore some of Morrocos markets and attractions.
Coming up the coast are the fishing villages of Barbate and Zahara where the annual tuna fishing has been an important event for many years. Chiclana costa with its sea-breezes is cooler than inland Spain and in winter it is warmer as warm air comes in from North Africa. Napolean was stopped in Chiclana by Spanish troops during his attempt to conquer Europe, Julius Ceaser once lived on the small island off Sancti Petri, and Colombus set sail from Cadiz to seek the 'New World'. Just 30mins away Cadiz is worth a visit, it is the oldest city in Europe and within the oldest walled part lie a myriad of narrow alleyways, sidewalk cafes and bars and crammed together buildings! Every February Cadiz is bustling more than ever with its annual Carnival, with live music, street entertainers and fancy dress galore the party goes on non-stop! November and February can both be T-shirt and/or thin jumper weather during the daytime (chillier at night so thicker jumpers needed then!) great for golfing and outdoor pursuits! Remember to pack a waterproof though as it can sometimes rain in Spain!! From Cadiz you can take a boat trip to Puerto de Santa Maria and savour local wines and seafood. Jerez - 40 mins away is famous for its sherry (you may visit the sherry bodegas to see how it is made and sample some!) Its beautiful dancing white horses (see the famous shows), and its motor racing circuit hosting the Spanish Grand Prix.
Seville 1hr 30mins away is a beautiful city with amazing historical buildings, and the annual 'feria de Seville' is spectacular with Horses and Flamenco. Chiclana has its own Feria in June which is closer, smaller and gives you all the atmosphere! If you want to travel inland then Vejer, Medina Sidonia and Arcos are all hill top towns worth visiting..
GOLF! GOLF! GOLF! If you are into golf then this is the location for you! You can purchase an Atlantee golf pass which enables you to play five games of golf at any of the named courses at a greatly reduced rate ( see www.atlantee-golf.com) and the courses are first rate too!
Novo Sancti Petri - 5 mins - two 18 hole courses designed by Seve Ballesteros. Montenmedio at Vejer - 40mins- a fabulous course with stunning views. Benalup - 45mins- a stunning course with lunch and drinks included! Montecastillio at Jerez and many other fabulous courses, if you are a golf lover please contact us and we'll send you details of all the courses in the area, alternatively log on to the golf website for full details.
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1 Sep 2014
Estuvimos una semana 9 personas, empezando por lo bueno diré que la localizaciónm es muy buena, a menos de 10 min andando a la playa, la casa está bastante bien, con 4 hab, 2 baños una buena cocin… More
24 Jul 2014
"Great holiday had!"
We have stayed in Casa Jasmine with our two young children. Everything we need is here, we did rent a car but it is not necessary. The children love their routine pool, beach and ice cream visits! To … More
31 Aug 2013
We were so disappointed with this accommodation.The villa and furnishings are very basic indeed. Kitchen - crockery and cutlery almost adequate, but only 3 coffee mugs and 3 tea cups. 6 Espresso cups.… More
We are sorry that you have been disappointed with your stay. You have made a lot of points that will do our best to answer. Casa Jasmin is not a villa it is a townhouse built around thirty years ago on the private residential estate 'Las Torres' complete with swimming pools, tennis court and café/community centre, ten minute level, quiet walk from the famous Barrosa Beach. Casa Jasmin is well situated on the estate and overlooks the pools and cafe/community centre. Most of the houses are second homes for Spanish familes living/working in Madrid or Seville who drive down at weekends and holidays. The furniture is solid wood Spanish traditional style.
The kitchen is fully equipped, we read your review whilst in Spain and checked the crockery and cutlery. There are 17 cups ranging from coffee cups to mugs, we do not supply a toaster as there is a grill more suitable for toasting the fresh bread from the shop around the corner. I am sorry that my husband left his old vacuum in the stairs cupboard, he uses it for hovering up dust when drilling. With all flooring in porcelain tiles or marble there is no need for a vacuum cleaner as a soft briush and a mop will suffice. I do not know what has happened to the tea towels and oven gloves, we are buying some more!
There are 20 towels, mainly bath sized, they are located in the unit under the sink in each bathroom. Unless there were 20 of you I cannot understand that you did not have enough towels? All bed linen is cotton as are the bedspreads, each bed also has a fleece throw for cooler weather. Washing and drying is quick and easy with the automatic washing machine and ample hanging space on the balcony, in cooler weather there is a tumble dryer.
There are 6 British Syle pillows between the four bedrooms and the rest are bolster pillows which the Spanish prefer.
I am sorry if the 20” flat screen TV is too small for you, my electrician son-in-law will install conduit to hide the wires.
We have made the raffia chairs more comfortable with seat pads, however we could not see the chair with the collapsed seat?
The lounge is not dark but shaded by the pine trees. The Spanish value the pine trees in the estate for the shading and natural beauty that they provide. There are four room fans as well as the air conditioning unit in the lounge, one of the fans is broken and will be replaced.
Southern Spain can be very hot in high summer, early June and late September can be cooler and more comfortable months to holiday, however the pool will not be open then.
The largest double bedroom upstairs only has one side table as it also has a built in pull down single bed and we like to keep space around it. There is a fluorescent bulb ceiling light, a three spot ceiling light and a table lamp, I cannot understand how these can be terrible?
Two of the mattresses are relatively new, the rest are in good condition. You are the first visitors to find them hard or uncomfortable, we regularly use the house and have no problem sleeping.
Both showers are normal size, the runner on the downstairs shower will be fixed, thankyou for pointing that out. Both showers have good single lever mixer taps, forward and back for on/off, left to right for hot/cold. All our children can manage them no problem and can set the temperature to suit them easily, I have checked them again and they are working well so I cannot understand this particular problem that you could not adjust the temperature. Because of water pressure the showers cannot be used at the same time as this can cause fluctuations in temperatures maybe this is what occurred? I will instruct future visitors to only shower one at a time!
The swimming pool is open for around seven hours per day in July and August. Usually 11am – 3pm and 5pm – 8pm. (Sunday hours differ) The owners of the houses on the estate agreed these times, I am sorry if you found them unsuitable. The pool area is always manned by at least two staff when open, one on the gate and one on life guard duty. He watches over the childrens paddling pool, main swimming pool and dive area. The safety for children and the elderly is excellent, the Spanish are very respectful and the latest addition to the pool is a motorised lift to help disabled people in and out of the pool. Owners show their pass for admittance to the pool, guests show a card or pay a fee, the pool area is for owners and guests only. The 1 euro fee to have children supervised for three hours is good value I believe. Las Torres is a very small and private estate and the managers of the estate keep a quiet and watchfull eye and know just what is going on.
I cannot understand the café being closed at any time in August.. The café on the estate is usually open every day from morning through to late evening during July and August and weekends at other times. Thank you for pointing this out I will see what has happened, all I can think of is that staff have been taken ill and they could not find someone short notice, the café is run by the community association of the estate. Within three minutes level walking are three more local café bars that open all the time even during winter months.
The walk to the beach is a level walk down a quiet side street, across the single lane beach road (pedestrian crossings) and you are there! There are lots of beach cafes and the lovely 'paseo maritimo' (beach walk). The sand is soft and golden. A car is good to have but not essential as the local shop 2 or 3 mins walk away supplies fresh bread, cheeses, meats, fresh vegetables and daily essentials. With the bars around the corner serving a three course meal and a drink for 8 euros (2013 and early 2014) eating out every day is affordable even with children!
I am sorry that you did not contact either ourselves or our local Spanish estage agent who manages the property with your grievances whilst you were on holiday. Most of your issues could have been dealt with immediately. Like all our guests you were supplied with a map of the area and all our contact numbers, more tea cups, tea towels, fixing the shower door, replacing the broken fan etc. could all have been dealt with in a day or two if you had just contacted us or Juan Miguel!
As we have stated clearly, this house, estate and area have been built for the Spanish to holiday. English visitors enjoy this area for the 'Spanishness' of it, it is nothing like Marbella, Torremolinos or Benidorm. However Novo Sanct Petri one mile down the coast has been built for the European market, it is new and very modern, I do not think the pools are manned and there are no toilets or cafes at the beach but the resort may be more appealing if you decide to visit this area again. The hotels are minimum four star and low level – maximum three stories high, costs for the hotels are around 800 euros per person per week peak season. Around the same as renting Casa Jasmin for everyone for the week!
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