Penthouse Nerja 056 – Home 359512 Penthouse
- 3 bedrooms
- 6 sleeps
- 7 nights min stay
Penthouse Nerja 056 – Home 359512
- 3 bedrooms
- sleeps 6
- 7 nights min stay
Penthouse / 3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6
- Beach / lakeside relaxation
- Nearest beach 0 km
- Swimming pool
- Child friendly
- Car not necessary
- No pets allowed
Description from manager
LOCATION AND OUTSIDE AREA
If you wish to give your car a holiday then keep reading. This penthouse occupies the full first floor of a townhouse on Calle Huertos, a quiet street with some traffic, but no loud bars or discotheques. The beaches (250 m) and the Balcón de Europa (400 m) are just 5 minutes away walking. From the first floor, stairs lead up to the roof terrace where your own private pool (5.8x2.8 m) awaits with an exterior shower room. A pergola provides comfortable and shaded seating. Imagine that you are swimming under the stars at night, enjoying an alfresco dinner of fresh fish on the barbecue, or inviting friends over for a champagne party. It's all possible! Nevertheless, should you wish to discover the beautiful sights of Andalusia, then we recommend visiting the Alhambra Palace in Granada—guided tours are available in case you don't want to drive. The city of Malaga is famous for its Picasso Museum and there is an overwhelming choice of tapas
LOCATION AND OUTSIDE AREA
If you wish to give your car a holiday then keep reading. This penthouse occupies the full first floor of a townhouse on Calle Huertos, a quiet street with some traffic, but no loud bars or discotheques. The beaches (250 m) and the Balcón de Europa (400 m) are just 5 minutes away walking. From the first floor, stairs lead up to the roof terrace where your own private pool (5.8x2.8 m) awaits with an exterior shower room. A pergola provides comfortable and shaded seating. Imagine that you are swimming under the stars at night, enjoying an alfresco dinner of fresh fish on the barbecue, or inviting friends over for a champagne party. It's all possible! Nevertheless, should you wish to discover the beautiful sights of Andalusia, then we recommend visiting the Alhambra Palace in Granada—guided tours are available in case you don't want to drive. The city of Malaga is famous for its Picasso Museum and there is an overwhelming choice of tapas bars for those who'd like to sample local gastronomy. Not yet convinced? Let's take a look inside…
INSIDE AND LAY OUT
From the entrance on Calle Huertos, stairs lead up to the first floor where all rooms are accessed from a central corridor. The living/dining room has a relaxing ambiance with a leather sofa for 4 persons, a fireplace, coffee table, DVD, satellite-TV (flat screen 32”) and dining amenities for 6 persons. In the centre of the house, next to the kitchen, you have a small, charming courtyard with 2 armchairs, a small table, and a fountain trickling the hours away—a perfect place for a coffee or breakfast for 2. The kitchen itself is well equipped with a 4 ringed induction hob, a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, and a washing machine. There are three bedrooms: 2 doubles and 2 twins. The bedrooms share a full bathroom with a jacuzzi, washbasin, and WC and also a shower room equipped with a hydro massage shower, a washbasin, and WC.
WiFi internet connection is provided. Air conditioning is available in the living room and double bedroom (the other bedrooms face north and therefore don't get hot).
CHANGOVER IN JULY AND AUGUST ON.... S A T U R D A Y... (NO EXCEPTIONS POSSIBLE).
Minimum stay ONE WEEK.
Location description from manager
The Costa del Sol region
Coming to Malaga Province and Costa del Sol is seeing beautiful landscapes, tasting delicious food, and experiencing the warmth of people. It's also discovering a rich cultural heritage, fabulous beaches and coastal sites, and charming hinterland villages. There's a place for every traveller in Malaga. Find yours!
Ancient and cosmopolitan Malaga in the past still retains its historic roots intact. In long-gone times it bore witness to the origins of man and of the Mediterranean culture, and is today the primary force in the Andalusian tourist industry, keeping alive its tradition of a welcoming and creative land.
Maritime Malaga on the coast where winter never comes; and with a mountain vocation inland, where nature is displayed in all its splendour. White villages with their attractive architecture, wrapped in romantic legend, bring points of light into secluded valleys where life goes by peacefully. And from the peaks of the mountains you can watch the horizon until it becomes lost in the immense blue of the sea.
On the Costa del Sol there are lots of discos, night clubs, and casinos set up for evening entertainment, whereas golf courses mushroomed like in no other place in Europe. Complementary products emerged too –water parks, theme parks, fun resorts– and new segments began to develop: meetings, incentives, conferences and events, cultural tourism, and hinterland travel, first in Serranía de Ronda and Axarquía, then in Antequera and Valle del Guadalhorce.
The growth of the eastern part of the Costa del Sol –most of it included in Axarquía, a region with a clear al-Andalus legacy– was less spectacular but no less important. The best known town in the area, Nerja, became popular after the discovery of a stunning, unusually big cave in the nearby district of Maro in 1959.
The cave (which hosts an international dance and music festival every year in July), adding up to the wonderful landscapes of sierras and cliffs, earned a place for Nerja and its environs in the world tourism scene. The “Cueva de Nerja” International Festival (which turned 50 in 2009) is a must-attend, drawing renowned musicians, dancers, singers, and flamenco artists.
Better connected after the development of the Mediterranean highway, the Eastern Costa del Sol is one of the most interesting places to visit in Malaga Province.
The village offers a wealth of elements of interest, which have made it one of the most important tourist resorts on the Costa del Sol.
Its scenic beauty ranges from the spectacular mountains to the coast with its splendid beaches, with fertile orchards turning the area in between into a veritable garden paradise.
In addition to all of this, Nerja boasts unforgettable locations such as Nerja Cave, one of Spain's most beautiful and oft-visited, Maro Cliffs, declared a Beauty Spot; and, in the village itself, the Balcón de Europa and The Saviour Church.
- Great for children of all ages
- No pets allowed
Bed & bathroom
- 1 Double Bed, 4 Single Beds
- 1 Shower room
- Private outdoor pool (unheated)
- Washing machine
- Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- No smoking at this property
- Cancellation policy
About the manager
- Calendar updated::
- 29 May 2017
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Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch
This Penthouse has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 02 Apr 2013. Located in Costa del Sol, it has 3 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from £560 to £1568.
The Manager has a response rate of 90% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 29 May 2017.
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– based on 3 reviews
- Very Good
“Loved it. Gorgeous propety and ideal location!!”
Lovely town house. We had an amazing second week in Nerja with my husband, two young children and my Mum. Location great, accom great, facilities great. Could not fault at all. Only teeny weeny thing Id ask for - a toaster and maybe a box for TV to enable other channels :-)
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