Casa Blanca Rural
Our house is a fine 300 year old restored townhouse combining the quality and feel of a small hotel or village guesthouse.
The guest rooms have their own roof terraces facing south to the mountains and guests also have use of an enormous roof terrace at the top of the house. The rooftop and mountain views from here are even more spectacular!
Each spacious guest room is comfortably furnished complete with it's own sitting area and superb en-suite shower room. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided together with a mini fridge to cool the complimentary welcome pack of bottled water and a bottle of wine.
Continental breakfast is served to your room to enjoy on your own terrace.
Centrally located in the church square giving very easy access to local bars, local shops and the swimming pool (which is open between June and September) is just 2 minutes walk away.
All for just 60 Euros (about £40) per night and that is per twin room!
There are numerous activities in this area including hill and mountain walking, mountain biking, golf, micro-lighting, painting, drawing, photography, climbing, fishing etc. Or just relax...... . Our Casa Blanca Rural website Blog is our online diary of recent events in our special part of 'REAL SPAIN' - please feel free to comment.
If you are looking for property for sale, we are ideally situated for house hunting - a great base to look for that house, villa or apartment. If we can be of help we are only too happy to offer advice based on our own experience
The beautiful historic city of Valencia is currently famous for Hosting the America's Cup and has just signed an agreement to hold the Formula 1 European Grand Prix 2008 in Valencia!
Valencia and Alicante airports are approximately an hour's drive away - airport pickup or car hire details available if required.
Our Casa Blanca Rural website is new so please email or telephone to enquire about availability of short breaks and special offers.
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This page was last updated: 31 May 2010