About this listing
2 private rooms and guest bathroom in "Barrio de Monachil", a lovely village next to Granada, in the slopes of the Sierra Nevada with amazing views over the city. Please read attentively the description and "house rules" before sending your request.
There are 2 rooms and the room rates are per room/night for the first occupant plus 10 euros for each accompanying person/night who shares the room with the first.
If you are more than 2 people, please detail in your request how many rooms you want to rent.
Room 1 (for 1 - 2 pers.):
- 2 single beds 90 x 190cm (35" x 80"), including electric blankets in winter, desk, 2 chairs, closet with clothes-hangers, middle sized doggy bed + food and drinking bowls (+good quality dry food).
Room 2 (min. 2 - max. 4 pers):
- Double bed 140x200cm (55" x 80") including electric double blanket in winter, big corner sofa (can be used as an extra bed) + a big armchair (is a folding single bed) + coffee table.
Guest bathroom (shared only with other possible guests)
- bathtub with shower, towels, shampoo & conditioner, shower gel, soap, toothpaste, hair dryer.
Services: free WiFi Internet connection, blankets, pillows, clean sheets and towels.
Interaction with guests
If you want to make sure you spend your time well and do not miss the “must see” places in Granada, just let me know.
All kinds of amenities in the surroundings:
Bar-Restaurant with nice terrasse next door for good and very cheap breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Bakery in front of the door (open 7 days/week), organic foods store next door, bank, veterinarian, dentist, further bars, restaurants and cafeterías in less than 5 minutes walking distance.
By car: 10 minutes to Granada town center (7km). 5 minutes to Monachil Pueblo and Sierra Nevada Nature Park (2km). 35-40 minutes to the ski resort Sierra Nevada (25km the "picturesque" way through Monachil (GR 3202 , Carretera de El Purche), 35km the "fast" A-395). 50 minutes to the beach (Costa Tropical, 65km)
Advice: In Granada town center cars are not allowed during the day time (video surveillance in the whole city center), they need to be parked in the surroundings.
Public transportation: The "Barrio de Monachil" is very well connected with Granada city and Monachil Village by bus, which takes you from Granada City Center and drops you of infront of the door. You will be given detailed information once booked.
Other things to note
Dogs that do not get along well with cats and other dogs (male and female) cannot be brought.
Dog bed, food and drinking bowls, as well as dry food (good quality) is there, but a blanket needs to be brought by the guests for their pets (theyare not allowed on beds, sofas, etc., and they should be well educated)
Please take into account that there are 3 pets living in the property (2 dogs and 1 cat) which will not be locked away. Thus, respect and friendliness towards the animals is of course expected.
Living with pets also means that, although the house is clean, there are hairs around and also sometimes pawprints from being allowed to go in and out all the time (I am not running with a mop after them all day).
So please, if you request a perfectly, 100% clean place, don't ask for staying at mine!
Also, I am not charging you for the cleaning and I am making an effort to have my home nice and cozy for you, therefore I kindly ask you to keep the property just as it was at your arrival and leave it the same way when you leave (clean up everything you use and put things back to where you took them from, leave used towels on the chair in the room, keep the spaces clean and tidy, etc.).
You will have your privacy (within the given circumstances, of course) since I am usually not using the living room and barely I use the kitchen.
If you have any cuestions or doubts, just ask me.
And enjoy your stay.
I love arts, painting, animals, history and travelling ...and, above all, the amazing beauty of this planet, its wildlife and nature.
“There is nothing in which the birds differ more from man than the way in which they can build and yet leave a landscape as it was before.” (Robert Lynd)