This renewed flour mill serves nowadays as a fantastic holiday home where to relax, near the town of Sayalonga, province of Malaga, Andalucia.
Note: Measures and distances are always approximate.
The mill was built on the ruins of a Moorish building, which was burnt down by its owners during the Reconquest. The renovation gave birth to this holiday home, whose thick walls convey a feeling of trust before any kind of climate condition. The rustic decoration stands out and deliciously merges with the surrounding area, while the past is still a big part of this holiday home, through the traditional elements that are still preserved nowadays.
It is the ideal place for big groups, since it shares space with an additional holiday home, with beds for up to 66 people.
This holiday home has 13 bedrooms, one with a double bed and the others with two single beds each. Moreover, up to eight extra beds can be added. There are five bathrooms, two with bathtub and three with shower. The independent kitchen is completely equipped, while the two living rooms with fireplace offer space for every guest, who can also eat all together in the wide dining room. If you want to use the electric radiators located in every bedroom, you will have to pay a little extra. One of the bedrooms is provided with an ensuite and it's fully suited for people with reduced mobility.
Its privileged exterior is blessed by the river Sayalonga and extremely lush vegetation will accompany you during your stay. To fully enjoy moments of relaxation, you will find basket courts, an enormous private pool and a barbecue area.
The paved access to the house ends with a 1.5km-long lane.