Listen to the sound of the waves in our fully air conditioned, Contemporary three bedroom villa (the double bedroom has a full size double bed and a single bed, the other two bedrooms have two twin beds in each. Sleeps seven people. Two bathrooms, stunning circular lounge. dining room and fully equipped kitchen. Downstairs bar area/chill out room/library, music room. Large, private, fully enclosed garden making it a safe haven for children, large swimming pool. with sunloungers. Stunning roof top solarium with 360 degree of beach and surrounding area, furnished with tables, chairs and Cabana daybed. Perfect for that evening sundowner while watching glorious sunset. Spacious terrace leading off from lounge/dining room, equipped with gas fired bbq, patio table and chairs
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- Min Stay1 - 7 nights
Perfect for families, quiet area, walking distance to many restaurants & beach
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- Aug 19, 2018
About Carol Wood
We are English, currently live in Farnham Surrey, United Kingdom. We also rent out two properties in England We are registered with Spanish Tourist Board and our Cadastral number is 2799104UF4329N0001EF 2799104UF4329N0001EF
Carol Wood purchased this Villa in 2012
Why Carol Wood chose Marbella
We love Spain, love harbours and enjoy visiting the many local restaurants and beach bars. Relaxing in the garden with a glass of wine listening to the birds and the waves of the sea is perfect for us!
What makes this Villa unique
The proximity to the beach, restaurants and local supermarket is what first appealed to us. You can holiday at our beach house without needing a car. Simple 40 minute drive from Malaga airport, a taxi will cost about 50 euros each way. Stunning roof top solarium with views towards the sea. The Beach House is situated in a beautiful palm tree lined avenue away from the hustle and bustle of Marbella, but easy drive to Marbella for lively nightlife! Registered with Spanish Tourist Board Cadastral number 2799104UF4329N0001EF
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Check-in: 1:30 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Lovely villa, great location
The Beach House is a great villa, perfect for a family holiday with a lovely pool and within walking distance of some great restaurants and beaches. We will return.
The Beach House is light,airy and spacious and had everything we needed for a lovely family holiday. The garden and pool Is fab.Supermarket and restaurants easy walking. Beach is close. Recommend.
Two minutes walk to beautiful Marbesa beach with five typically Spanish restaurants. Ten minutes walk to a well stocked supermarket, hairdressers and Internet cafe. Marbesa and Caribe Playa are home to a variety of restaurants on the beach—Triana restaurant and Rama restaurant (both within five minutes walk of THE BEACH HOUSE, offering superb views of the Mediterranean sunbathe, dine in style, enjoy a glass of wine and watch the local fisherman haul in the catch of the day.
Nearby Club 200 is well known for it’s fresh prawns, good food and ambience and is located straight on the beach.
Restaurante Sinbad serving locally caught fresh fish located next to the old Moorish watch tower, with amazing views of Marbella and the African coastline in the distance.
The Beach House Restaurant is a unique destination where you can enjoy exquisite food and wines in a perfect beach location.
The combined facilities of a rustic chiriniguito lounge, immaculate stretch of sand and beautiful waterfront restaurant give the overall feel of a chic beach club.
The tennis courts of the Don Carlos hotel tennis club are close by.
Several outstanding golf courses are located within a 10 minute car drive, the most famous ones being at Cabopino, the Santa Maria, Santa Clara and Rio Real 18 hole course
Cabopino harbour a 15 minute stroll along the beach and is home to an exciting range of restaurants, with fine cuisine from all over the globe The many restaurants are based in two main locations, chiringitos along the beautiful, white sandy beach, with sunloungers and sun shades and a host of restaurants around the delightful, beautifully proportioned harbour. The pretty port, with its small boatyard, attractive architecture and choice of restaurants may be a secret for some, but for those in the know, it's not to be missed.
Parque Acuatico Mijas
Children and adults should enjoy the Kamikaze, Labyrinth Slides and Body Ski, while the Lizard Island and Kiddie Slide are both aimed at younger children. Other attractions include mini-golf, rock-climbing wall and Jacuzzis. The Parque Acuatico Mijas is situated just off the Fuengirola bypass.
Ferries to Morocco - High Speed ferries leave every two hours from Spain's windsurfing capital, Tarifa and take 35 minutes to get to Tangier. A round trip adult ticket is about 45 Euros.
Many markets in and around Marbella usually open from 9.30 to 2.30
Easy drive to Marbella old town, a fascinating area with cobbled streets, white washed houses, shops, bars and restaurants, museums and the remains of the old castle all leading down to some of the finest beaches and Chiringuitos
At the heart of the Costa del Sol is the legendary Puerto Banus (25 minutes drive). It's fantastic Marina is one of Europe’s most exclusive harbours, lined with bars, restaurants, cafés and designer shops.
Laguna Village—close to Estepona, home to Puro Beach resort with spectacular views to Gibralter and Moroccan Atlas Mountains. Stunning restaurant, pool, sunbeds and sunsets. Designer shops and beachside bars. Perfect for a chill out day with soothing music discreetly played in the background. Have a fresh fish salad and a glass or two of champagne by the sea or lounge in a private Nomad tent on the beach. Enjoy Yoga at dawn and dancing at night! Indulge in a sensous massage, be pampered, be waited on!!
Granada is best explored on foot and has its Moorish past evident at every turn.
Any visitor will be impressed with the breathtaking snow capped Sierra Nevada, the magnificent Alhambra, the old Moorish quarter of Albaicin with its maze of narrow steep cobbled streets and elegant villas and the famous Sacromonte Abbey, high up on the hill, its gypsy caves and flamenco sounds.
The centre is full of historical buildings of great interest and beauty and a visit to this hospitable city should be on your itinerary.
The best view of the Alhambra fortress is from the San Nicholas Mirador in Albaicin from where you can appreciate its beauty and reddish hue. It is one of the legacies remaining from the Moorish occupation with its Alcazaba dating from the llthc and the Royal Palace added later in the 14thc.
Of great importance and interest is the Renaissance Palace of Carlos V and fabulous gardens of the Generalife, originally the summer gardens of the sultans with a series of lakes, fountains, pavilions and abundant trees and flowers.
Located 110 miles inland, Cordoba was once the capital of Moorish Spain and the main centre for Muslim culture and learning.
The fascinating old city stretches north from the River Guadalquivir and is a maze of picturesque narrow cobbled streets with monuments, historical buildings and pretty patios at almost every turn.
The city Mezquita dates from 785 from where streets fan out to the Jewish, Muslim and Christian quarters that contain much insight into the history of this bygone era.
We have a local office on site that can provide any additional help or information during your stay at The Beach House