Country Hotel / B&B
Hotel Los Sibileys is set in the foothills of the Sierra de Las Estancias on the border of Murcia and Andalucia in the Murcia region of Spain is the small, secluded Hotel Los Sibileys, where you can enjoy comfortable rooms, modern facilities and great views across the natural, unspoilt landscape, with outstanding cuisine and personal service.
Set in 60 acres of Almond and Olive groves, Hacienda Los Sibileys is a peaceful haven offering guests the choice to relax in the mature gardens, sit by the pool, use of Jacuzzi, exclusive dinning, soak up the Spanish sun, whilst only a short drive to the Spanish Towns of Velez Rubio & Puerto Lumbreras and twenty minute drive from town of Lorca, with historical attractions & beaches only 30 minutes away, making us a perfect holiday destination.
You can have Los Sibileys all to yourself, your own private villa with superb chef. Perhaps for a family event or weekend trip with friends whatever your special event, we can arrange it, sleeping a maximum of 5 couples with room for extra beds in a selection of rooms for guest bringing children.
Los Sibileys is a family run hotel, Steve and Debbie have 30& years experience in the restaurant and hospitality business and know what it takes to make your stay perfect. In 2004 they started out on their venture with Hotel Los Sibileys and have gone from strength to strength building a client base that return year after year. They quickly settled into the Spanish culture and enjoy all that the local areas have to offer and are able to give their clients invaluable knowledge into how to get the best from their holiday.
Steve enjoys cooking for Los Sibileys guests and prepares all his meals using fresh local produce, to the guests individual tastes and requirements - beat that!
To sum up why you should choose our hotel/b&b, we offer personal service, good food, comfortable accommodation, peace and quiet, relaxing surroundings and a little taste of paradise.
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This page was last updated: 27 April 2018