Head inland from the Mediterranean Sea and 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.