“Real Spain - with comfort good food & good company” One assumes that if you are looking for accommodation in this area of Spain that you have done your homework. If you are looking for somewhere with nightclubs, discos, karaoke bars and fast food joints serving pie & chips read no further. If however you want a comfortable studio with all mod cons (wifi is available but you will have to take your laptop near to the owners house due to the thickness of the walls) in a small white village that will make you very welcome then this may suit you. The house itself has everything in it that you need for everyday living as can be seen by the pictures on their website. If however you dont want to cook then any one of six bars in the village provide excellent food from tapa to full meals (remember the Spanish eat late so no problem getting a meal at night).. Mike & Fran the owners are always on hand should you have a problem or want any advice on the local area, they will also provide excellent food & even teach you some Spanish if you want to learn - again see the website. The local area has plenty of walks where you will see beautiful views, wildlife and birds. An hour or so drive will bring you to the coast which has some of the best beaches in Spain. Aracena the main town in the area with shops bars restaurants garages etc is only a ten minute drive or a nice walk if you feel energetic. There are plenty of other villages around to explore some within walking distance all with their own particular charm. If you are lucky you may visit during one of the fiestas, this means all night music and entertainment for three or four nights the townhouse is on the edge of the village so you can still sleep if you need to. The only people I wouldn't recommend the townhouse to are disabled - ( the spiral staircase is not wheelchair friendly or people with severe walking dificulties but I believe this is mentioned on the website. We love this place, the house the hosts & the village and have made some good friends - you just have to accept this is the real Spain not a tourist area.