Andalusian Home - Beautiful House in the Alpujarran Mountain Village of Lanjaron
Looking for a memorable getaway?
Come to our house in Lanjaron, Granada
 
Here, you'll get the best of everything. Our house offers all the amenities of a home-from-home based in the Alpujarra Mountains*, a great area for walking and hiking, but also  it's just 30 minutes from the sea and 35 minutes from the historic town of Granada. The Sierra Nevada ski resorts are also just 40 minutes drive away - so this is a house for all seasons. And if you just want a short walk there's a variety of local colour and activity just outside the door!
 
Four large double rooms are available, all newly decorated in traditional Spanish style.  Three of the rooms have double beds and one is a twin room.  The cool ground floor entrance hall is a great place to sit and read and leads through to a dining room and TV room with a good selection of DVDs. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
There's also a breakfast room and two other reception rooms for your use and relaxation. 
One of the best features of the house is an enormous partly-covered roof terrace boasting wonderful views of the Alpujarra Mountains.
 
The terrace is ideal for sunbathing or star-gazing and a perfect place to take your breakfast, lunch or evening meal.
 
 
If you are travelling in a group, you are welcome to rent the whole house for your private use.  However, we also have room rates for those travelling alone or in smaller groups.  More information on the house on the next page.
 
 
 
Our Street - Barrio Hondillo - is the most picturesque street in Lanjaron, with its typical Alpujarran architecture, plants lining the streets and many interesting archways, small patios 'callejones' and entranceways.
 
Las Alpujarras or La Alpujarra is a spectacularly beautiful region, dominated by the Sierra Nevada and straddling the provinces of Granada and Almería. Its mountains, dotted with picturesque villages, are so impenetrable that the Moors who had named it managed to hold out there for over a century after the fall of Granada in 1492. It falls within the Sierra Nevada National Park and is an important hiking destination, though little known outside walking circles, and so one of the great discoveries visitors to Spain can make.
 
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