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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Luxury 2 Bed 2 Bathroom apartment with large terrace in the beautiful Mountain village of Guejar Sierra. Ideal for the lovers of the great outdoors with Skiing, Walking, Rock Climbing, Mountain biking and Canoeing all possible. Be sure to visit the Alhambra Palace & Granada too.
Relax on the terrace and enjoy magnificent views into the valley and up to the Sierra Nevada. Spacious, light and airy the apartment is furnished to a high standard and is fully air conditioned (and centrally heated!) for your comfort.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Salobrena 75 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Granada 30 km|
|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
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Parking, Lift access|
|Further details indoors|
The Living areas
The apartment comprises two main living areas: a large sitting/dining room with glazed doors which lead onto a sizeable terrace with wonderful views into the valley and up to the Sierra Nevada. The Living area and both bedrooms benefit from central heating and air conditioning.
The Sitting/Dining Room
A large room of 23m2 with a dining table and seating for 6 and a sitting area with comfortable sofas. There are side tables, low level lamps and TV and DVD/CD player. There is a large opening to the kitchen which enables the chef of the day to stay fully in touch with what the rest of the party is doing, plus doors onto the terrace with its lovely views. The whole is very light and airey. The floors are polished marble with rugs down during the winter.
Off the hallway, and with a large opening looking into the sitting/dining room is the light spacious new kitchen with granite work surfaces. The appliances including a 4 burner hob, with built under oven, extractor over. A sizeable fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine . It is extensively equipped with pots, pans, toaster, kettle, crockery, glassware and cutlery. .
Bedroom 1 is 13.7m2 with large twin beds, bedside tables, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Two windows face south with views to the mountains.
Bedroom 2 is 11.3m2, again with large twin beds, bedside tables, built in wardrobe and chest of drawers. This has a window overlooking an inside courtyard.
There are a further 2 single beds which slide together when not in use to make a divan for further seating. They can be used in the sitting room or 1 bed can be put in the larger bedroom.
Bedding comprises hypo allergenic pillows, duvets (in the winter) 100% cotton sheets and pillow cases, plus decorative bedcovers. Again, floors are polished marble with rugs during the winter. Fresh bedding is provided weekly.
Both bathrooms are fully tiled, with a bath and shower over, washbasin, bidet and loo. Each bathroom has two bath towels, two medium towels and a hand towel, plus a bath mat. These are changed weekly.
The maximum number of people allowed to sleep in the apartment is 6
The Andalucia region
Granada got its current name when the Arabs invaded the Iberian peninsular in the 8th century and it was the last city to fall to the christians in 1492. It has many wonderful buildings from this time including the Cathedral with the Royal chapel, the Monastery of La Cartuja and many churches built in the unique 'Mudejar' style. The hill facing the Alhambra is the old Moorish casbah, called the Albaicin, a maze of narrow streets and whitewashed houses with inner courtyards, all beautifully tiled. At its highest point is the Plaza de San Nicolas, famous for its splendid view of the Alhambra palace.
The Alhambra Palace is often hailed as the most exciting, sensual and romantic of all European monuments. Set on a wooded hill above the city, it was built in the 14th century by the sultans of Granada. It represents the splendid climax of Moorish art but, much more than this, it also reveals the brilliance and spirit of their culture at a time when the rest of Europe was only just emerging from the Dark Ages. It is a series of palaces & gardens built in the 14th century the main ones being the Generalife, or summer palace, with its magnificent fountains and in the centre the massive Palace of Charles V.
Las Alpujarras :
This is the region that lies between the Sierra Nevada range and the sea. Perched on the steep sides of the mountains with fast flowing streams and wooded valleys are many beautiful towns and villages. Bubion,Pampaneira and Capileira are three delightful villages with a magnificent position in the Poqueira gorge which are well worth visiting visiting. Higher still is Trevelez, Spain's highest inhabited village, where some of the best cured ham(jamon serrano) is produced.
The Costa Tropical
It has a unique coastline, just 1 hour away, and is different to any other part of southern Spain Here rugged hills thrust up steeply from valley floors or plunge spectacularly into the sea. The three main coastal towns are Motril, Salobrena and Almunecar all offering different attractions but Almunecar is the most important holiday resort in the province. It has been significantly developed over the last few years but not to the extent of resorts on the Costa del Sol. It retains a pleasantly laidback atmosphere & the old town , founded as a fishing settlement by the Phoenicians in the first millennium BC, remains delightfully untouched. This is a good sized town with a large variety of shops & covered market for high quality fresh produce plus a street market every friday. The locals are very fond of their fiestas and there are huge parades each day in the week leading up to Easter. Also worth a visit is the beautiful bay of La Herradura which has many bars/restaurants on the beach. There are Diving schools, paragliding, dinghy and windsurfer rental.
A true mountain village set amongst stunning scenery just 15 kilometres from Granada and 20 to the ski slopes of Pradolino. It has a typical mountain atmosphere, relaxed and welcoming the village centre being a labyrinth of tiny streets and passageways in true 'Andaluz' style. The village is extremely well catered for with 3 Mini-markets, a variety of other shops and banks.
Local Cuisine, Bars and Restaurants :
Although Guejar Sierra is only a large village it can boast a dozen Tapas bars and a number of delightful restaurants serving a variety of local dishes. You will find in our 'Welcome book' a list of all the best places to go and a description of the place and the type of food served.
There are many walks starting in and around Guejar Sierra with detailed maps and guides to time and difficulty available at the tourist office. One famous walk is the Via Verde, a former mountain railway line which has been converted to a 6km long walking and cycling track starting at the river Genil below the village and heading up the valley.
Travel & Locations:
Village centre 4 minutes walk
Reservoir 15 minutes walk
Ski slopes 20 minutes by car
Alhambra Palace 15 minutes by car
Granada 15 minutes by car
Airport 30 minutes by car
Costa Tropical 1 hour by car
Skiing, Adventure and Sports Activities
Sierra Nevada skiing
The ski resort of Pradollino has 87km of pisted slopes and being a modern resort plenty of snow machines. The resort base is at 2100m with the top station at 3300m. There are 24 lifts and the longest run is 'El Aguila' at 5.9km and if you have not had enough during the day you can ski at night on Saturdays.
There is plenty of opportunity to enjoy other sports such as climbing canoeing, rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, parascending and horse riding. Details can be found in our welcome book or if you want to book ahead this can be arranged through our agent.
The Sierra Nevada National Park commences at almost sea level rising to just under 3500 metres with numerous peaks over 3000 metres, the highest being Mulhacen at 3482m closely followed by Veleta at 3396m. This is the second largest mountain range( after the Alps) in Europe. Once the snows have gone the area offers some of the most varied collections of flora and fauna to be found in Europe. It is also a birdwatchers paradise with more than 60 species to be found. Nesting birds of prey include Egyptian Vultures, Bonelli and Golden eagles, peregrine falcons and kestrels. The most common mammal is the Spanish Ibex, a type of mountain goat, wild cats and wild boar.
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26 Feb 2014
"Stunning views, roomy comfortable apartment."
Stayed as a family of 5 for a week's skiing in Sierra Nevada. The directions provided took us straight to the apartment and we were met by Rosie who was very helpful. The apartment is very spacio… More
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