Villa Andalucia B&B is inland from the Mediterranean Sea. Wind up the hills lined with grape vines, figs, nisperos and avocado trees to the white Moorish hillside town of Cómpeta. Just above the town, a few minutes stroll away from the hustle and bustle lies a gem of a B&B where peace reigns and views rule. The surrounding mountains and sea in the distance set off perfectly Villa Andalucia.
A charming B&B with four rooms, more like apartments with facilities to make tea or coffee and self-cater should you so wish. Each unique room has its own entrance in this beautiful, sprawling villa.
Breakfast in served outdoors or indoors with a choice from Mediterranean and Full English to a Champagne Breakfast by your host Helen who lives on site and can recommend where to go, what to see and where to eat in the town.
Our room – The Avocado Room, decorated as you´ve probably imagined in green, is accompanied by The Banana Room, The Blueberry Room and the Orange Room – was spacious with beds that caused me to have siestas.
Dining can be arranged with a Welcome Platter or a Private Dining Experience if you don´t fancy heading down to the busy little charming town.
For total relaxation, a bit of pampering, lovely gardens and if you are around on a Friday lunchtime a meet the family lunch time gathering. We arrived in time for lunch with Auntie Pauline (who is a chef) and Uncle Peter who made an excellent wine waiter and enjoyed a marvelous feast followed by a bed-testing siesta. A lovely, welcoming place to stay. We would happily return.