Great Townhouse For 2 Persons With An Incredibly Cute Patio Located In Olvera, Between Cadiz, Seville And Malaga
Olvera is one of the most beautiful white villages in Andalucia, located on top of the hill, overlooking the olive tree valleys. It´s a place where you can find peace and quiet, and few tourists. It’s a lovely place to spend a tranquil afternoon, visiting the castle and enjoying tapas over a glass of local beer or wine.
Upon entering the house you have an open living and dining area where there is a sofa bed and a reading area with books, magazines and a TV and DVD. There´s a hallway leading to a private patio and sunny terrace. A fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom is found on the ground floor.
The original staircase leads to the master bedroom, which is en-suite, with fantastic high ceilings. The outdoor area is private and ideal for enjoying the sun or dining under the cute citrus tree.
End cleaning: 29 € (mandatory)
Damage Deposit: 90 €
Airport Shuttle: 89 €
Check-in: From 4:00 PM
Check-out: Before 10:00 AM
No access for wheelchair
Smoking only outside
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