casa dulce suenos
from £78 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £78 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8 Home 357981
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
3 bedroom ( 4th bedroom available at extra cost) and 3 shower rooms, lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen. South facing terrace and sun bathing area near the private pool. Covered naya to dine or get away from the hot afternoons.
barbecue and gas ring for all your outdoor cooking. the pictures tell the whole story.
There is a STUNNING LOCAL BEACH (4 minutes away) which is safe, wide and 18 KM long and never crowded. It is a childrens paradise, indeed it is paradise and has always maintained its BLUE FLAG status. There is a multitude of beach sports and activities, and the facilities are excellent. The Red Cross Life Guards, are on duty most of the year most of the time. Every water activity you can think of from para-gliding to scuba diving to surfing is located locally, and all takes place is a deep blue sea with a salty taste of vitality. I challenge anyone to find better beaches than those located within a few minutes of Casa Dulce Suenos. Indeed to be fair the entire coast has excellent beach facilities, including a few naturist beaches. The nearest being 15 minutes away.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Nearest beach||Deveses 12 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Alicante or Valencia 110 km, Nearest railway: Denia 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Valenciana region
Casa Dulce Suenos is located on Monte Pego- a development for luxurious living in a scenic beauty spot on the Costa Blanca, overlooking the coast and nearby beaches.But car hire is essential for all holidays
Getting there could not be easier. Regular flights from British, Irish and continental airports go to Alicante and Valencia and Murcia airport an extra 45 minutes drive away.
The villa has a stunning relaxing, unobstructed view over a valley and near by hills/mountains. Its patio area gets the sun all day long, and there is a covered “veranda”, with table and seating for 8, for shelter should the sun become too intense.
Situated 95 km from both Alicante Airport and Valencia Airport it can be reached in under an hour from either airport using the Auto via (AP7). The villa, pool and surrounds are COMPLETELY PRIVATE.
a STUNNING LOCAL BEACH (4 minutes away) which is safe, wide and 18 KM long and never crowded. It is a childrens paradise, indeed it is paradise and has always maintained its BLUE FLAG status. There is a multitude of beach sports and activities, and the facilities are excellent. The Red Cross Life Guards, are on duty most of the year most of the time. Every water activity you can think of from para-gliding to scuba diving to surfing is located locally, and all takes place is a deep blue sea with a salty taste of vitality. I challenge anyone to find better beaches than those located within a few minutes of Casa Dulces Suenos. Indeed to be fair the entire coast has excellent beach facilities, including a few naturist beaches. The nearest being 15 minutes away.
Casa Dulces Suenos is away from the madding crowd but within a few minutes drive of all the action. The atmosphere in the area is laid back and relaxing. Indeed the air is so pure that for the first few nights you may sleep like a log. The night sky itself shows the heavens in all their glory as only light industry is located in the area and pollution is minimal. Yet despite this idyllic environment the road network is excellent, (even quite minor roads) and getting around is a pleasure and a stress free experience.
To quote the comments book “What a beautiful area, the quietness and beauty of the mountains and the sea” and another “Beautiful scenery in a quiet setting. Plenty to do and see within one hours driving.” In point of fact the scenery is breathtaking, and unspoilt. A flat nature reserve, (with boating and fishing), contrasting with mountains, valleys, seas, orange groves and rice paddy fields. Cap de la Nao, Altea, Guadalest, Moiraira, Penyal d'Ifac, are all for different reasons worth a visit and within easy reach. There is a narrow gauge railway from Denia to Alicante, which in a travel review in the Irish Times was rated as the best journey in Europe to take. I can vouch for the fact that the views from the railway are unrivaled in Europe, and that includes my own country Ireland.
FIESTAS are frequent in towns in the area and you would be unlucky not to have one nearby during your stay. The fiesta of The Three Kings in Xabia on 6th January and the Easter Passion ceremonies in Pego are not to be missed. Also of great interest are the Moors and Christian, Festivities, which often last a day or two in each local town in July and August. This festivity rotates among the towns so that for the entire summer there is a fiesta somewhere. The running of the bulls into the sea in Denia also takes place in summer.
The FISH MARKETS in Xabia, and Denia are worth visiting, you will get fresh fish, just landed- grill it, or barbeque it outside and consume “con un copa vino blanco seco o dos”
Tennis is on site and there are three championship golf courses nearby (15/20 minutes) one of which held the Spanish Open.
GOLF on the Costa Blanca is a 365 day a year experience.
Within the urbanization there are three EXCELLENT restaurants, two bars, inter-net , tennis and padel courts, and a children's play area. The two restaurants serve mouth- watering food and are highly recommended. In July and August a barbecue is held each Friday, in the Resturante Monte Pego, booking is recommended, as is attendance, AT LEAST ONCE.
El Verger, Ondara, and Pego (founded in 1488) are close by, small enough to be intimate, but large enough to have all facilities you might need, video rentals, tapas bars, restaurants, taxi services, laundrettes, excellent hair- dressers, patisseries, and GOOD supermarkets, (in Mercodona Supermarket, Pego the display of fish and seafood is staggering), there are two good bodegas in Ondara even fishing rods and tackle can be bought locally.
There are authentic Spanish villages particularly Pego which has a beautiful square, shaded by trees where the older gather to exchange their news and gossip, and the young strut their stuff for the pleasure of potential suitors. In Pego there are lovely water features and a magnificent church, and a spectacular church of ease, Local Authority buildings and its own soccer team. Pego also has an excellent Health Clinic.
Denia (called after the Roman Goddess Diana (8 minutes away) is a bustling town with a regular population of 41,000 people, which swells to 120,000 in summer. It is a sea- side resort with a fishing port, night- life, historic sites and all the attractions that a Mediterranean town has to offer. Denia was founded, by the Romans and re built as a strong trading port by the Moors. Indeed it was one of the Moors last strongholds in Spain. Its trading history and fortifications are quite impressive. From Denia one can go on Day trips to the Balearic Islands, jet skiing, deep- sea fishing, glass-bottomed boats and the like. The town has its old quarter, (for the more retiring) to its disco scene (generally well behaved). Balmy summer nights, beautiful pier walks, fine tree lined avenues, first- rate bars and restaurants, to suit all types.
Many authentic attractive villages are within easy reach, and getting off the tourist track is comparatively easy.
Near and in these villages are many beautiful restaurants, which can dish up a delightful gastronomic experience, and generally at a fraction of British or Irish prices. The Gastronomy of the area is renowned, fresh seafood and fish being a great treat. Steaks are also recommended, as is lamb. One restaurant in Ondara is famous locally for its steaks and tapas (booking is usually necessary). The on site Café Residential Swiss is 100 meters away and is a must do experience. The children and indeed the adults will love being spoilt in a setting, with panoramic views over the local countryside and Mediterranean, book early and get an outside table it is well worth the effort. A Swiss Rosti is a treat everyone deserves now and again.
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3 Apr 2013
"A great holiday home"
We have just got back from staying in this villa. We made a last minute booking.. We were really impressed with the quick and efficient way our booking was dealt with by the villa managers Stephen & Ashley. They also met us on arrival and ensured we were happily settled in. Monte Pego is a lovely area surrounded by orange groves and within easy reach of the beach, restaurants, and bars. Also lots to do for the children. The villa is simply home from home. It has everything you would expect plus lots more. It was good to have a selec tion of books, DVDs and CDs to use. We normally rent a villa 3 times a year and this is the first time I have written a review on any of them but felt that this villa is so good it deserved to be given this top review. Carol
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