On the ground floor there is a fully equipped country kitchen, a wood beamed dining room, bathroom and a large, spacious living room up a couple of little steps.
Delightfully rustic throughout, there are all modern conveniences too. The comfortable, colourful living room has a large, flat screen satellite TV, DVD with surround sound and there are plenty of DVD’s to watch and books to read. The main downstairs rooms now have under floor heating as well as their log burning stoves.
One thoughtful little detail here is a notice board with local information about horse riding, quad bikes and other things to do locally, as well as an excellent selection of restaurants in the surrounding area.
The dining room is the ‘hub’ of the house with doors leading off to the lounge, staircase and bathroom and is decorated in keeping with the house’s rural style, an intimate area where you will enjoy a change from alfresco dining outdoors.
The charming country kitchen is as homely as can be, suitably equipped with all mod-cons.
Upstairs (the staircase is steep compared to modern houses) there are three bedrooms, one double and two twins. The Andalusian theme continues, the furnishings delightfully traditional under their eucalyptus beams and cane ceilings.