About the property
- Villa322 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 3 nights
Attached annex with separate entrance which has a double bedroom. Very private.
The villa is situated in the well established urbanisation of Montemar and my house is right on the edge of the countryside, it's very village-like. It is normally a very tranquil, peaceful place. A car is necessary as there's no public transport and taxis can be a bit pricey, also a car affords you the chance to explore what is truly,a beautiful area with so much to see of the coast and the interior of the Costa, both of which, are well worth exploring.
The annex was added to the house 12 years ago. It consists of a large, airy bedroom which overlooks the private pool and large terrace. The main gate is shared but your area has a private entrance up some stairs to your breakfasting room. It has a fridge, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, and kettle.
If you need to work at any time during your stay, there is a work station area with a printer if necessary
From there, a few steps lead down to the bright, airy, peaceful bedroom, which has a high beamed ceiling and two arched windows, overlooking the pool. It's spacious and rustically styled. It leads off to the en suite with a shower, WC and wash hand basin. There is also a hairdryer, iron and ironing board for your use.
The breakfast room is suitable for the preparation of light meals only as there is no sink, though a small wash basin, towels and washing up liquid are provided.
A welcome pack is provided on arrival: bread, ham, milk, wine, fruit juice, yogurt, cereal, etc.
Outside, is the large private garden terrace with the 8mX4m pool which is for guest use only. There are sunbeds, a parasol, and a large comfortable sofa. For dining al fresco, there is a lovely stone Mosaic table, and new for 2018, there is now a gas BBQ.
Beach chairs, mats, picnic baskets, cool boxes. are provided. Ice packs available on request
There is Wi-fi but no TV. There is a DVD Player with lots of films and loads of board games if you want to sit out by the pool and pit your wits against each other.
Cars are parked on the road immediately in front of the house.
There is no air conditioning, fans are provided.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, spanish
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
About Linda Mears
My husband and I are ex Royal Navy senior ratings who came here 20 years ago when we completed our time in the Forces. I play tennis a couple of times a week, I have a big dog, a little dog, 3 cats, and work for an animal charity based locally, in Moraira. Love eating out as it's still so affordable and frequent our local pub quiz every week. In the summer I'm busy as I look after another house and do the changeovers throughout the holiday season. I'm from Kilmarnock in Ayrshire and spend every New Year with the family in Scotland.
Linda Mears purchased this Villa in 1995
Why Linda Mears chose San Jaime
The house is virtually on the edge of suburbia, the Spanish "Campo" is on the doorstep. It's a peaceful area with no industry around and the road immediately outside is not busy. It's a space to chill out and in the summer months, the pool is a big plus as it provides instant cool when the Spanish temperatures rise to the mid 30s every day. The large terrace is completely yours, there are no other guests and I do not use the pool when there are visitors. There's a big comfortable sofa, BBQ, sunbeds, parasol for shade, and an old swinging sofa, which I keep thinking I should get rid of, but then I see so many people lounging on it!
What makes this Villa unique
The house speaks for itself, you'll either love it, or you won't. I have nearly twenty fab reviews on another portal, from past visitors, with the only negative comments about my house, being the location. It's not walking distance to amenities or the beach, which is a five minute drive to Baladrar (stone and shingle) and a ten minute drive to Moraira (sandy), but Hey! Who needs a busy, crowded beach when you have your own pool?!! At night though, the towns are buzzing with happy, relaxed, people of all nationalities strolling through their streets. Shop in the stylish boutiques, or dine in one of the numerous restaurants, which range from budget to Michelin starred. Moraira is a beautiful small town which manages to be chic and cosmopolitan, yet retains its origins as a working, fishing port. There are no high rise buildings in the town and planning and development have been carefully managed to nurture the existing village and its location, into a fantastic holiday destination, without becoming too commercialized. It has a glorious marina which is open to the public, and there, you can sip on a cocktail at Club Nautico, located right next to the boats. Later, you can stroll over to Moraira beach, which has a Chill Out bar, and a great place to watch the sun go down, or visit Saxo which has a big garden bar with live music every night. Market day in Moraira is Friday till around 1pm. Calpe, a short drive along the coast, has amazing, sandy beaches, and is a bigger town, with high rise apartments and many hotels. It has the huge rock, The Penon, which you can climb via a tunnel, and, on reaching the summit, you are rewarded with what must be the best views of the Costa Blanca. Market day in Calpe is Saturday.
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.