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The Plunge Pool and Patio
Double En-suite Bedroom
Stylish village guest house with Andaluz courtyard and plunge pool separating it from the main house. It has been decorated by its designer owners for romance and comfort. Gaucin, which is on the migratory route between Europe and Africa, is a mountain top village with wonderful long views to the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and Morocco.
Rental periods - prices are in British Pounds (£)
High season per week 25 Jun - 2 Sep
Bedroom 1 with double bed. The bedroom has a small built in wardrobe, shelves and bedside lighting. An arch leads into the bedroom and en suite shower room. Over the double bed is a draped bed hanging. A travel cot is available on request.
The kitchen is well equipped with gas hob, electric oven, refrigerator, work tops and cupboards. An arch separates the kitchen from the day room that has a table for dining, and a sofa to relax on. Fridge/Freezer, Oven, Hob, Clothes Dryer.
There is a small balcony that allows long views south to the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and the Rif mountains of Morocco.
Notes on accommodation
Although the accomodation comprises one double bedroom, the living room has a sofa bed and a travel cot is available on request.
There are patio doors onto a planted terrace made private by the wall of the fountain to the pool. The plunge pool has a shower on the terrace by the pool. The patio is a quiet place to take the sun, relax and read, eat and drink or take a plunge. There is a small balcony that allows long views south to the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and the Rif mountains of Morocco.
35 minute drive to the beach at Manilva / Puerto Duquesa.
Malaga Airport is 1.5 hours drive and has easy car hire facilities.
Gibraltar Airport is 55 minutes drive.
The Guest House, on three floors, shares a common Andaluz courtyard with the main house, Casa el Cerrillo. The Guest House is opposite the church of San Sebastian in Gaucin - (no bells!) and in one of the most attractive streets in the village, en route to the 9th century Moorish castle, Castillo de Aguila'. The castle is floodlit at weekends.
The courtyard that divides the two houses has a small plunge pool with a fountain and individual patios to each house. The houses are on separate streets with their own entrances. From the small entrance hall, there are a few steps leading down to the kitchen and day room or up to the first second floor.
For booking and further information
Mike and Katherine Exley
Tel: (0034) 952 151 022
Mob : (0034)618 806 002