Daniel’s apartment is basic.
The apartment is older, and could use a decorators touch. But it has most of the things in his ad.
We arrived for a two day stay on a hot summer day in July and the apartment was hot .
He does not have air conditioning (not many airBnB’s in Spain seem to have air conditioning)
Daniel gave us a swivel fan to use…which helped a lot. But even though the temperature outside cools down at night, the temperature inside the apartment remains hot because it has only one window and there is no breeze or way to pull cool air into the house even with the windows open.
It does have a small heater for winter but, of course, we didn’t try it out.
The apartment is more suited for people who arrive by public transportation.
It is in the center of town …walking distance to most of the main attractions.
We walked to the castle at night. It is well lit and you can make great photos.
But since the apartment is in the center of town parking is difficult. (There is street parking but it is limited and most of it is paid…good for 2 ½ hours at a time. Free evenings after 8pm till 9am in the morning.)
Daniel does have a private parking space for your car nearby that costs 10 euro a day. So, if you are driving, add that fee into your total cost.
Daniel had a clothes washer..which worked great…and he provided soap. He also provided us with an iron and ironing board…which was nice.
Daniel had me sign some papers at check in. Not sure what I was signing because it was in Spanish.
Daniel met us when we arrived and had us drop the keys in a mailbox downstairs when we left.
Daniel has a flexible checkout…which is nice.
We always check to see if a host has wifi before we book because we need it to book our next trip. Although he advertises wireless internet, we were unable to see his network connection. We reported it to him and he said he was going to send someone to get the wifi to work the next day.
We booked two nights but decided to stay only one night because of the hot weather. So if you need wifi…check with Daniel first to make sure he finally got it working.
If you are booking as a tourist, It helps to know a little basic Spanish (which we do) because , like many hosts in Spain…English works when texting. But face to face…it’s Spanish.