The house was beautiful, and full of artefacts and great style. Nicely old fashioned but with wi-fi and Netflix!
The area was very quiet, not much about, a couple of restaurants, very much village life. That was fine for us, we had 3 tiny kids. However, VERY hilly!! We had twins in a buggy, plus a 4-yr old, and found it difficult to get about, alot of steep roads and often long street stairs taking you from one place to another. So difficult with little kids.
Outside space was nice for adults, planting very attractive, again not so sure about the kids - the land goes around the side of the house, several sections so couldn't see all the children from any one spot, many concrete/tile stair sections, bits where kids can fall/jump, a very small grass area, some giant cactuses at ground level, a swing set at a height for kids, but gravel underneath so injuries were sore when they fell.
The house itself was lovely, if I'd been here with a partner, friends, older kids, I would have little bad to say about it. But for very small kids, there's alot of doors that don't shut properly (leading to escapee children).
The agency and owners were extremely helpful in answering our questions promptly, the owners turned up on the second day to help because we couldn't log into wifi, very friendly.
My overall review is this: if you have kids over 5, go, it's a lovely house in a nice quiet area, you might want to get a car if you don't want to go to same cafe/restaurant every other day. The house is gorgeous, inside and out, the grounds are very pretty, we didn't want for anything (maybe a dishwasher?!). If you have kids under 5, personally I think it's not that suitable, wait till they're older.
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