One of 3 houses that form this impressive luxury cortijo with breathtaking views of the sierra de la Contraviesa, and at 20 min from the beach. Beautifully decorated houses, it has 2 double bedrooms. With large pool, private tennis court and helipad.
The Cortijo is made up of 3 independent, completely equipped houses offering lodging to up to 20 persons. The three houses are available independently or collectively by opening up the threeinter connecting terraces.
Casa Bodega, of approximately 90 m2, has a spacious sitting-room with a dining area and a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, double bedroom and twin bedded room with a bathroom between them, and a 90 m2 private terrace with a stone built fire/barbecue.
All houses are equipped with oil-fired central heating, satellite TV and DVD player, wifi, and MP3 louspeakers.
The Cortijo's common grounds hold a swimming pool of 12 x 6 m., with a pool house, a self-service bar and a ping pong table; a full size all-weather tennis court, a boule and badminton court, and an archery range.
Guests also have access to a collection of books and DVD's.
Three-course dinners are available upon request, which are accompanied by an excellent Cortijo house wine produced on the property.
Guests can order a cleaning lady at an hourly rate.
Simon Munro Kerr, the owner of La Jarilla runs both the guest accommodation and the certified organic farm, producing in their various seasons, figs, almonds, grapes and olives. The figs are not harvested commercially but are available to all guest between late August and late September. The almonds, harvested from some 3000 trees are collected on a commercial basis and sold to the local cooperative between September and November. The grapes, of which there are six varieties (Syrah, Tempranillo, Merlot, Macabeo, Pedro Ximenez and Verdejo varieties) are picked at the end of September. Firstly the red, which has to mature in vats for a week before being pressed and thereafter the whites. Both are collected in the morning by a team of 6 to 8 people from the local village. The olives are harvested at the end of November and milled in one batch in the local organic mill. La Jarilla wine and olive oil is on sale to the guests, who may participate in any of the harvests, should they so wish.