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406 Ave Andalucia= Beach House – Home 265985 Villa

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 7 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

406 Ave Andalucia= Beach House – Home 265985

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 17 reviews

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 7 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Villa / 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Listen to the sound of the waves in our Contemporary three bedroom, two bathroom villa with down stairs bar area,/ library/ games room. Large, private, fully enclosed garden making it a safe haven for children, large swimming pool. with sunloungers and two very lovely swivelling sunshades. Stunning roof top solarium with 360 degree view of beach and surrounding area., furnished with tables, chairs and shaded Cabana daybed. Perfect for that evening sundowner while watching glorious sunset. Spacious terrace leading off from lounge/dining room, equipped with gas fired bbq, patio table and chairs. Pool lights for that late evening swim!

Electric radiators in bedrooms, lounge and bathroom
Ceiling fans in bedrooms
Dining area with seating for six
Flat screen TV with surround sound, DVD player
Free Wi Fi Connection
Adult size table football game in games room
I.Pod/I.Phone docking station
Fully equipped kitchen, with washing machine, microwave and dishwasher
Tiled

Listen to the sound of the waves in our Contemporary three bedroom, two bathroom villa with down stairs bar area,/ library/ games room. Large, private, fully enclosed garden making it a safe haven for children, large swimming pool. with sunloungers and two very lovely swivelling sunshades. Stunning roof top solarium with 360 degree view of beach and surrounding area., furnished with tables, chairs and shaded Cabana daybed. Perfect for that evening sundowner while watching glorious sunset. Spacious terrace leading off from lounge/dining room, equipped with gas fired bbq, patio table and chairs. Pool lights for that late evening swim!

Electric radiators in bedrooms, lounge and bathroom
Ceiling fans in bedrooms
Dining area with seating for six
Flat screen TV with surround sound, DVD player
Free Wi Fi Connection
Adult size table football game in games room
I.Pod/I.Phone docking station
Fully equipped kitchen, with washing machine, microwave and dishwasher
Tiled bathroom, with bath and shower over bath and electric radiator
Fully tiled shower room with sink, wc, electric radiator, large bathroom cupboard
Travel cot and high chair available
All towels including beach towels and bedding supplied.

Two minutes walk to beautiful Marbesa beach with five typically Spanish restaurants. Ten minutes walk to a well stocked supermarket, hairdressers and Internet cafe. Marbesa and Caribe Playa are home to a variety of restaurants on the beach—Triana restaurant, Papillon, Roberto"s and Rama restaurant (all within five minutes walk of THE BEACH HOUSE, offering superb views of the Mediterranean, sunbathe, dine in style, enjoy a glass of wine and watch the local fisherman haul in the catch of the day.

Nearby Restaurant 200 is well known for it's fresh prawns, good food and ambience and is located straight on the beach.

Restaurante Sinbad serving locally caught fresh fish located next to the old Moorish watch tower, with amazing views of Marbella and the African coastline in the distance.

The tennis courts of the Don Carlos hotel tennis club are close by. Several outstanding golf courses are located within a 10 minute car drive, the most famous ones being the Santa Maria, Santa Clara and Rio Real 18 hole course

Cabopino harbour a 15 minute stroll along the beach and is home to an exciting range of restaurants, with fine cuisine from all over the globe The many restaurants are based in two main locations, chiringitos along the beautiful, white sandy beach, with sunloungers and sun shades and a host of restaurants around the delightful, beautifully proportioned harbour. The pretty port, with its small boatyard, attractive architecture and choice of restaurants may be a secret for some, but for those in the know, it's not to be missed.

Easy drive to Marbella old town, and Orange Square a fascinating area with cobbled streets, white washed houses, shops, bars and restaurants, museums and the remains of the old castle all leading down to some of the finest beaches and Chiringuitos. Frequent bus service within ten/fifteen minutes walk of the villa, to take you into Marbella

At the heart of the Costa del Sol is the legendary Puerto Banus (25 minutes drive). It's fantastic Marina is one of Europe's most exclusive harbours, lined with bars, restaurants, cafés and designer shops.

Laguna Village—close to Estepona, home to Puro Beach resort with spectacular views to Gibralter and Moroccan Atlas Mountains. Stunning restaurant, pool, sunbeds and sunsets. Designer shops and beachside bars. Perfect for a chill out day with soothing music discreetly played in the background. Have a fresh fish salad and a glass or two of champagne by the sea or lounge in a private Nomad tent on the beach. Enjoy Yoga at dawn and dancing at night! Indulge in a sensous massage, be pampered, be waited on!!

Sierra Nevada ski resort is about one and a half hours drive from the villa. Sunbath one day and be ski-ing in the peaks of Sierra Nevada the next!

Substantial discount for long lets - please enquire for prices

Location description from owner

The Costa del Sol region


Costa del Sol is renowned for long hot summers and balmy winters.

Magnificent beaches with many local beachside restaurants selling the daily catch of fresh fish

35 minutes drive from Malaga airport to Marbesa (Easyjet, Monarch, British Airways)
Taxi about 50 euros or we can arrange pick up

Flights can also be taken to Gibralter from UK

There are five world class golf courses - Los Naranjos, Las Brisas, Aloha Golf, La Dama de Noche (floodlit) & La Quinta within an hours drive from the villa.

Ferries to Morocco - High Speed ferries leave every two hours from nearby Algeciras and takes 35 minutes to get to Tangier. A round trip adult ticket is about 37 Euros

Three exciting water parks are with 15 minutes drive of Marbesa

Sierra Nevada - Ski Resort. The villa is just under two hours drive from the mountain peaks of the SIerra Nevada Ski resort. Sunbath one day and be ski-ing the next!

Marbesa

15 minutes walk to NIKKI BEACH CLUB, a worldwide luxury beach club phenomenon, Nikki Beach represents everything cool, sexy and glamorous about spending the day or night at the beach. Divine globally-inspired cuisine, the coolest crowd, the hottest parties, against a utopian backdrop of swaying palms and exotic bamboo beds, Nikki Beach is where Marbella's in-crowd can be found, bronzing themselves on exotic, oversized sunbeds, sipping champagne cocktails on the VIP terrace, and dancing to the sound of world famous DJ's

Childrens activities include Tivoli World, the water park at Fuengirola and the zoo is also at Fuengirola, Selwo Adventure Park

For the adults there are the watersports all along the coast, as well as the numerous golf courses that are available.

The lakes inland are well worth the hour or so to drive. This area is stunning with little restaurants on the edge of the lakes, perfect for a cool dip.

Sierra Nevada is just under two hours drive and has one of the longest ski seasons in Europe. SKi in the morning and be on the beach in the afternoon!!


GRANADA
Granada is best explored on foot and has its Moorish past evident at every turn.

Any visitor will be impressed with the breathtaking snow capped Sierra Nevada, the magnificent Alhambra, the old Moorish quarter of Albaicin with its maze of narrow steep cobbled streets and elegant villas and the famous Sacromonte Abbey, high up on the hill, its gypsy caves and flamenco sounds.

The centre is full of historical buildings of great interest and beauty and a visit to this hospitable city should be on your itinerary.

From Malaga take the N331 following signs to Granada and exit on to A92.ALHAMBRA
The best view of the Alhambra fortress is from the San Nicholas Mirador in Albaicin from where you can appreciate its beauty and reddish hue. It is one of the legacies remaining from the Moorish occupation with its Alcazaba dating from the llthc and the Royal Palace added later in the 14thc.

Of great importance and interest is the Renaissance Palace of Carlos V and fabulous gardens of the Generalife, originally the summer gardens of the sultans with a series of lakes, fountains, pavilions and abundant trees.

CORDOBA
Located 110 miles inland, Cordoba was once the capital of Moorish Spain and the main centre for Muslim culture and learning.

The fascinating old city stretches north from the River Guadalquivir and is a maze of picturesque narrow cobbled streets with monuments, historical buildings and pretty patios at almost every turn.

The city Mezquita dates from 785 from where streets fan out to the Jewish, Muslim and Christian quarters that contain much to interest the visitor and include the Alcazar, the Juderia, Roman Bridge and Plaza del Potro, mentioned by Cervantes in Don Quixote.

ANTEQUERA
Located in the centre of a rich and fertile plain, 28 miles inland, Antequera dates back to prehistoric times and its subsequent history is marked by a profusion of remains including dolmens, located in a park to the west of town, Roman baths, a Moorish castle, Gothic churches and Renaissance fountains.

For those with a sweet tooth, buy delicious pastries from the nuns at the Convento de las Descalzas, from just inside its entrance.

The town is attractive, hilly and interesting and the surrounding countryside including La Peña de los Enamorados, and El Torcal are also worth visiting.

EL CHORRO
El Chorro Gorge is one of Andalucia's natural wonders found north west of Alora where three lakes are dammed across a 200m high river gorge.

Built in 1921 and opened by King Alfonso XIII there was originally a walkway called the Camino del Rey, a catwalk clinging to the sides of the gorge, but this is now closed for repairs.

Drive across the dam to reach the lakes where there are several good restaurants and plenty of space for sunbathing, picnics and swimming.

RONDA
Ronda is one of Andalucia's most visited inland towns, a one hour drive from the coast.

It is steeped in history and legend, a town of bullfighters and bandits with the River Guadalevin dividing it in two as it passes narrowly through the town creating the famous deep gorge.

The Tajo Bridge separates the lively and extensive new Ronda from the more historical and picturesque old town, with its churches, palaces, arab baths, city walls and gateways.

Ronda is home to the oldest bullring in Spain with a museum alongside, both can be visited.

From the N340 take the A376 inland at San Pedro de Alcantara.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Super King Beds, 5 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 Shower room

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Solarium or roof terrace
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Games room
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:14:00, Check out time:11:00
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About the owner

Carol W

Tourist Licence
2799104UF4329N0001EF

Response rate:
85%
Calendar updated:
08 Aug 2016
Years listed:
9
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Villa has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 7. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 30 Oct 2012. Located in Marbella, it has 17 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £925 to £1850.

The Owner has a response rate of 85% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 08 Aug 2016.

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“A little piece of heaven”

Reviewed 6 Aug 2013

We had a really lovely holiday at The Beach House. We loved the villa - the outside terraces, pool/garden area and the lounge are fab and the location is great. It looks nice on the website, but even better in real life. We have been to Marbesa several times and love the area. We love being able to get a balance of time around the pool to just relax, swim and enjoy the villa and the sun, walks to the many very good beach bars and restaurants, morning and sunset walks and wave jumping along the beach, plus trips out to places like Marbella, Puerto Banus, Cabopino, and Estepona. We got a take away paella from Rama one night to have back at the villa and it was fabulous. We also made use of your super BBQ with things like swordfish and amazing king prawns. We always enjoy Triana (for lunch in a fantastic setting), Sinbads (for simple but excellent and fresh fish), Papillon for great food and another great setting and we often pop to Elviria for breakfast in the square and our daily trip to the Supersol supermarket. On our last night, we got a take away chicken, chips and salad from the camp site, which was simple but surprisingly good. We didn't make it to Restaurant 200 this time, even though it was just around the corner! The setting is amazing if you book a table right on the beach front. Really great to be able to walk to so many good places from the villa, as well as to be able to get to many other places to visit in the car. We did the catamaran from Marbella to Puerto Banus this time and would definitely recommend to others. We will no doubt return for many more lovely holidays in this very special place.

“A well specified Villa, in a great pieceful location, very close to beach!”

Reviewed 19 Jul 2013

We have just returned from a one week holiday in The Beach House. The villa is in a great position, close to the beach and an excellent spanish restaurant (as well as others close by), used by all the local owners, and the spanish. The villa has all the home comforts you would expect as though its your own home with a great pool. If you want something un-commercialised, pieceful and close to the beach, this one ticks all the boxes. Only one comment, the pool has lights but not yet connected so needs lighting up when you have that late night swim - apparrently this is coming soon.

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