The coritijo is built around an old olive mill which has been partly renovated and now serves as central dining place. The room with bathroom was pretty basic, which can be expected for 25€ per night, but it limits the possibilities once dusk has fallen.
We stayed in March, it was a very chilly night with freezing temperatures so Enrique (the most enthusiastic and friendly host I've ever encountered) offered us wood for the stove. I would have preferred an electric stove seen the CO intoxication risk during the night.
I really think this must be a very nice place to stay during spring and summertime when one can live outside, otherwise it's not more than a beautifully located hotel room.More