This place is about ‘seaside chic’. From the outside, it looks like a rather non-descript bungalow whose lazy gardener couldn’t be bothered to plant much in the flower beds, apart from cacti. But once inside, you will be pleasantly surprised.
Most of the rooms, public and private, overlook the nearby Almerian coastline, and some have a view of the pool and the coast beyond that. The bedrooms are generally cool and airy, with private terraces. Terracotta flag stones underfoot, whitewashed walls and a tasteful use of wood soothes the eyes and other senses. The bathrooms are also very stylishly done out, with clever use of stone, and personal touches such as fresh flowers, beautifully folded towels and sometimes bowls of fruit.
Breakfast and dinner are to a high standard and the view from the dining room is gobsmacking. If you have the energy to get out and about, you won’t be disappointed. The Almerian coast line is stunning and relatively unspoilt by tourism, and if you look hard enough, you’ll find enchanting and (almost) deserted little beaches.