We stayed here for 4 nights thinking it was a great way to see Granada, Cordoba and the immediate area. They were kind enough to offer a discounted rate of pay 3 get 1 night free for last minute booking. We ate dinner here the first night which was very good and a highlight of the stay, although a little on the pricey side. It is run by couple with a hospitality background, one from Belgium and the other from the Netherlands. They've owned the B&B for 5 years and have a friendly staff assisting them. There was free wifi in the dining room which came in handy when trying to plan our outings.
Since breakfast is served at 9am, we didn't leave until 10-10:30am and arriving at our destination close to noon, only allowing time to see one site before closing for the long Spanish lunch. Everything reopened late afternoon giving us a couple hours before they closed again. After eating dinner, we had an hour drive back to the B&B and getting in close to midnight. It was a real inconvenience for day tripping. They do offer a breakfast sandwich that you can take on the road, if you plan to leave earlier. This defeats the purpose of staying at a B&B, in my opinion. Breakfast was a good buffet with perfectly cooked soft boiled eggs, a basket of warm breads, assorted cheeses and cured meats, yogurt, cereal and fruits.
It was the last week of October and very cold in our room at night since there was not a heater. And the hot water tanks for showers last less than 10 minutes requiring about 30 minutes to reheat, so we had to preplan our showers. There was a septic system....toilet tissue does not go in the toilet.
In hindsight, I think we should have stayed here 1-2 nights on the way from Granada to another city. I regretting not spending a couple of nights in Granada and having to rush through it. Also gas was very expensive when needing to fill up the tank every other day and navigating from here was somewhat stressful. It was very easy to get lost. This location is best if you are spending time relaxing on the property during a warmer season and just visiting places in the immediate vicinity. If you do this, plan on adding dinner into your budget since there are not any restaurant choices close by.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautifully restored 250-year old olive cortijo, hidden away amongst the olive groves south of Iznajar, with stunning, ever-changing views of the Sierra Nevada and the valleys. 6-star service, home from home, a little corner of paradise are but a few items of praise we have received. A warm welcome awaits is our motto, but we may need to change it soon to: so good you won't want to leave! ... more less
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