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Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8 Home 22040
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Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
Casa Lechuzas is finished to the highest standard and is situated in a quiet residential area, in an elevated position, 1.5Km from the sea. The villa sleeps up to 8 people with each of the 4 bedrooms having air conditioning and televisions There is a Sky HD Box with full package including sports . There are 3 bathrooms one with a bath with shower over and the other two with showers. The HD Box is important as the BBc Channels don't go off in the evening.
Casa Lechuzas is located between the popular and stylish town of Moraira (approximately 7Kms) with it's beautiful marina and many bars and restaurants and the larger bustling town of Calpe (approximately 3Kms) that offers a wide range of amenities for everyone. There is a small sandy beach approximately 1.5Kms from the villa as well as a a number of local restaurants and shops only a short drive away and a bar/restaurant a 3 minute walk away.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 En suites and 2 Shower rooms|
|Nearest beach||La Fustera 1 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante 80 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Private outdoor pool (heated), Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (6), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (heated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The property was built in 2004 and has a bright modern feel. Sky TV is available with all the Sports Channels On the ground floor there is a fully equipped kitchen and open-plan dining and living areas. The living area leads on to a covered terrace, which is adjacent to the south-facing pool terrace and large (11m x 4m) swimming pool, with a sea view.
On the lower floor there are 3 bedrooms, the master bedroom, with a queen size bed and en-suite and 2 twin-bedded rooms, next to the family shower room.
The fourth bedroom, which is upstairs , has an en-suite shower room.
For winter lets there is central heating throughout the villa. The prices per week are inclusive of air-conditioning in the summer months and central heating in the winter months there will be an additional charge if you require the pool heating.
|Further details outdoors|
The gardens surrounding the villa are beautifully landscaped and there is a spacious terrace around the large swimming pool. Barbecue Available
The Valenciana region
The coast road between Moriara and Calpe is one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in Spain. It offers beautiful panoramic views across the ocean and a wonderful variety of sandy beaches from small coves dotted along the coast road to the larger beaches at Calpe and Moraira.
Casa Lechuzas is located off the main coast road between Moraira, approximately 7Kms, and Calpe, approximately 3Kms.
Cala Fustera is the nearest beach to Casa Lechuzas, being less than 2Kms away. It is a lovely sandy beach with beach bar and other facilities available during the summer season.
There is a supermarket at the bottom of the road, approximately 1.5Km, leading up to Casa Lille. The supermarket offers many English brands as well as local produce. The nearest bar/eaterie is about 3 minutes walk away, with many other excellent restaurants just a short drive away on the coast road or in Moraira or Calpe themselves.
Moraira has grown from a small fishing village into a popular family holiday destination. Whilst the centre of Moraira still maintains much of the original character and atmosphere the town has grown to offer an excellent choice of good quality restaurants and shops. The town has an attractive marina and an 8km coastline with fine sandy beaches, transparent waters and a number of small coves.
The Moraira coastline is uncluttered by high rise buildings, it has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and as accommodation is virtually limited to privately owned villas and apartments, it tends to primarily be a family destination.
Calpe is a town full of history and culture that also provides wonderful facilities for holiday makers. It has a two large and well kept sandy beaches as well as several smaller bays. The town has a wide variety of shops and an extensive range of restaurants to suit all tastes and purses. There are some lively fish restaurants on the sea front or you can chose to go continental or sample the traditional Spanish tapas - the choice is endless.
The old town of Calpe is a maze of picturesque little streets and squares full of yet more restaurants and bars - an ideal way to spend a pleasant summer evening the Spanish way.
The Peñón de Ifach is the symbol of Calpe and an unmistakable sight on the Costa Blanca. It is the highest rock in the entire Mediterranean and divides Calpe's shoreline. The rock was turned into a Nature Reserve in 1987 and provides shelter for a variety of plants and fauna.
Jávea is located slightly further north of Moraira, between the capes of San Antonio and La Nao. The marine and port area, known as the Aduanas del Mer, is located 2km from the old town centre. Javea has 20km of coastline. There is an interesting mix of beaches with soft sandy beaches, such as the main Playa del Arenal, and smaller, shingled beaches bordered by pine trees that are ideal for diving.
A more traditional Jávea is found inland with riu-ruas (traditional drying houses) and orange groves that are protected from the harsh continental climate by the natural barrier formed by Montgó.
Montgó extends to the north of Jávea and serves as a natural border between Jávea and Denia. Denia is the captial of the Marina Alta and is a modern cosmopolitan city offering both visitors and residents a range of services. The historical centre of Denia contains the symbol of the city, it's castle.
Denia is a coastal city and has a 20km coastline, made of small and beautiful coves as well as the main holiday beaches.
If you are looking for a taste of a more traditional and rural Spain, then the Jalon Valley is the place to explore. Slightly inland it provides a wonderful taste of the Spanish countryside - a landscape of ancient olive and almond groves mixed with vineyards and handcrafted terraces.
Little more than 4km down the valley, the town of Jalon presides over an agricultural heritage that dates back to Moorish Spain. The blue glazed terracotta dome of the church sits high above the square, visible for miles around.
There are many excellent restaurants located around the Jalon Valley - offering traditional Spanish cooking - roast meats and fish - and a friendly atmosphere. Typically a 3-course meal will cost you around 10-15€ a head including wine.
A well established residential area close to the beaches, central Calpe and Moraira. Calpe also has the rock of Ifach, which provides exciting climbs for an experienced climber and a challenging walk for the inexperienced.
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16 Sep 2012
"Wot - no garlic press !"
The worst thing I could possibly say about our 2 weeks spent here was that there was no garlic press, not only at the villa but seemingly in the whole of Calpe. Seriously though we found it to be a lovely appointed villa with views from the terrace across the valley. The villa is situated in what can only be described as a "maze" of roads but this only adds to the charm as we found a new approach to the villa after each trip away. It was clean, adequately furnished and with satellite TV available if you could tear yourself away from the pool long enough. The bedrooms are all large enough to ensure there was no in-fighting to secure the best room or ensure you didn't end up with the "cupboard room" !, (some places we have visited seem to count a large cupboard as a bedroom). There is more than adequate storage for clothes etc (yes being British we needlessly took clothes for all weathers !) . The pool was invaluable, and provided restbite from the heat of the sun and a venue for impromtu games/competitions. One game of volley ball however ended up with the ball being over energetically hit out of the property boundary and being stolen by a passing motorist before we could get through the gate to retrieve it, most bizarre ! and it was punctured !! The flora and fauna within the grounds are more substantial than shown in the listing and offer some shade from the sun and a cooler area away from the pool terrace. Several large supermarkets are available close-by to provide fresh produce and we spent the evenings/nights eating like kings with simply prepared food cooked over the available Bar-B-Q. At these times we were occasionally visited by a resident Geko The sea front could be reached on foot with a 30minute stroll, (estimated), but I'm not sure I'd fancy the walk back up hill in the temperatures we encountered. Having a vehicle available is really needed albeit taxis could be called by phone. Calpe, a few Kilometers to the south, has a lovely beach (or two), as does Moraira,a few K in the other direction. For eating out we preferred Moraira, just seemed a little more quaint along the sea front. We found fishing spots close by, beaches and coves from which to swim or snorkel or simply lounge. The Dive Center at Les Basettes professional yet friendly and welcoming. Would I go back - Yes Would I recommend to others - Yes 100%.... (but remember to take your own garlic press).
2 Oct 2011
"beautiful villa in a fabulous location"
Absolutely beautiful villa in an elevated position. The views from the villa were amazing. Thoroughly enjoyed our two weeks in the sun :-)
10 Aug 2011
"Excellent,clean,well cared for property with every detail catered for."
Casa Lechuzas is well situated not far from the town centre but far enough away for a peaceful holiday,we had a very relaxing 2 weeks with everything we could need in the villa,everywhere is decorated in good taste with modern fixtures and fittings,excellent top of the range BBQ which we made good use of.The pool is the outstanding feature for us (we have two children 8yrs & 12yrs) the children were in the pool from 10 in the morning till 10 at night,they said it's the best villa we have ever stayed in,and we have stayed in lot's of villas,we have been going to Calpe for the last 13yrs and this villa was by far the best one we have stayed in wish we had found it sooner.
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