Old flour mill, which has been restored and enabled as a holiday home, located near Sayalonga, in the province of Malaga, Andalucia.
Note: Measures and distances are always approximate.
The mill was built on the ruins of a Moorish construction burned in 1572 by its owners during the Conquest. The result of the restoration is this holiday home, whose trustworthy walls have been enduring the passing of time, at the same time as they ensure protection against different climatic conditions. The rustic decoration is in perfect harmony with the house's environment, and it shows devotion towards the past, thanks to the conservation of traditional elements.
The wifi is in the living room, it is difficult to reach the rooms due to the wide walls of the house.
The generous amount of meters of the house makes it ideal for accommodating large groups. Right next to it is another rural house that sleeps 34. Both houses can be combined for groups of 66 people.
It is distributed in twelve bedrooms with two single beds each and eight extra single beds which can be added on request. The house features a spacious living room with a fireplace, three bathrooms with a bathtub and one with a shower, and a fully equipped kitchen. Besides, the whole family can gather to eat together, thanks to the enormous dining room.
All bedrooms are provided with an electric radiator, the use of which is charged extra.
Its privileged exterior is in the proximity of the Sayalonga River, surrounded by lush vegetation; it welcomes several terraces, where you will find a basketball court, a private pool and barbecue area.
Access to the house is fully paved, except for the last 1.5-km stretch, which is of dirt track.