This hundred year old pueblo house is situated on the accessible GR7 trans Iberian walk and is the hub for many other walking, cycling and riding opportunities.
It was restored simply using natural materials within the metre thick walls. There are 2 doubles and one twin bedroom,a small patio,with table chairs and a barbeque which overlooks an almond orchard and mountains beyond.
Alcutar is still a primitive village, but does have a bar and bread is delivered daily. Fresh local vegetables are in the church square on Wednesdays as are meat and fish.
All normal mod cons are supplied with limited TV, DVD, microwave, electric heating, efficient wood burning stove, and a washing machine.
Fans to cool in the summer.
The beds will be made up on arrival, towels provided, and cleaning undertaken by Carmen at the end of your adventurous holiday.
A swimming pool is nearby in the El Cercado resort which also offers a spa and a restaurante. Other restaurants are in nearby Berchules and Cadiar.
The Sea is an hour away.
Regret it is not handicapped friendly..
The access road is steep as are the stairs.
Car parking is on the area just down the lane.