The Casa Sierra Residence

granada, andalusia
3 bedroom - 3 bath
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Currently offering 15% discount off all bookings.
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€413 per night (EUR)
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
1 king
1 full / double
1 twin / single
1 toddler bed
sleeps 2
1 baby crib
1 travel crib

Perks for the Parents

This peaceful Andalusian rural mountain retreat on the door step of the Alpujarras has a newly-renovated sand effect, salt water infinity pool, a trampoline and plenty of toys. It is the perfect place to enjoy the fabulous mountain views. It sleeps up to 6 + 2. The villa is well set up for families with a full kitchen and 2 family-sized dining areas; 1 inside and 1 on the terrace. The primary bedroom has a super kingsize bed with views over the pool and mountains and an ensuite bathroom with a large Spanish shower. The house is set in the mountains but a short drive from beaches and restaurants.

Why Kids Love it

The residence is suitable from babies to teens and is a great family space to enjoy together. There is a trampoline and play area, a sand and water play station and an infinity pool for hours of fun. Inside, the kids’ bedroom is pretty with a mid-sleeper and toys galore including a dressing-up box, teepee play house and a vintage rocking horse. A crib, travel crib, high chair, baby toys and a baby bath can also be provided. The area is very child-friendly and kids are welcomed and adored. The hosts can supply a Bugaboo buggy (suitable for rough terrain so parents can walk in to the village with small people!) as well as a baby hiking rucksack for little ones. Horseriding, hiking and swimming in the summer are popular, and in the winter, there are ski slopes and instructors nearby. Ask the hosts about pony club activities including arts and crafts, parachute games, pony grooming and pony rides to the river.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 7 nights. The host can offer a 5% discount for weekly bookings and 10% discount on month-long stays. Safety notes: The house has an alarm system, air conditioning and heating. There is a safety gate on the main terrace to prevent kids from getting to the pool area. There are some drop-offs and steps in the garden. Mosquito nets are provided and the pool is unheated. There is parking for up to 5 cars in front of the house. Please note if allergies are an issue that there will be horses and possibly dogs in the paddock, and the host has cats and dogs when in residence. Entry to the paddock is restricted during stays unless authorized by the host. Horseback riding and meet-and-greet pony sessions can be arranged upon request. There is a dome onsite with a play area and space for yoga and meditation - the hosts can arrange private classes for pilates, reiki, yoga and mediation. Car hire is essential to enjoy the proximity of the beach, mountains and places such as Granada and Motril.

About the Location

This home is located in the province of Granada in Andalusia. The villa is a 5-minute drive or a 15-minute walk to Velez de Benaudalla, a traditional white-washed village near the river Guadalfeo and on the door step of the region of mountain villages known as Las Alpujarras. The village has a castle, botanical gardens to explore, as well as a playground, banks, restaurants and supermarkets. The house is a 15-minute drive to the beaches of the Costa Tropical, 30 minutes from the center of Granada and 45 minutes up the mountains to the ski slopes. Federico García Lorca Granada airport is 50 minutes away.

Accommodation Details

This villa has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms all on 1 floor. There is an open plan living room with a lounge area with a wood fireplace, a dining table seating 8 and a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar. Doors open fully to the terrace area with outdoor dining, outdoor lounge seating, a swing chair, an infinity pool and BBQ. The bedrooms are: 1 kingsize with a toddler bed and crib; 1 full / double and 1 child’s single / twin mid-sleeper. There is also a travel crib. The 3 bathrooms (2 are ensuite) all have a shower and 1 has a tub / shower combo for the kids.

Style Notes

Bright, light and contemporary space with awe-inspiring views. Set high on a mountain, this contemporary villa has been lovingly decorated with tasteful neutrals and vibrant color pops. A fireplace with a woodburning stove is set over black marble; there is a sleek, modern kitchen fully equipped with a juicer and Nutribullet. The lounge ceiling boasts a chandelier from the high vaulted ceiling and white walls are splashed with bright Peruvian and Tanzanian artwork. Outside on the terrace is an array of comfortable dining and lounge furniture, rugs, bean bags and white shades that float above in the blue sky.

Suzy B.
Member since January 12, 2016
We are a family of 3: Me, 43 year old Founder of a children's charity and Mum to a sport mad 15 year old boy and a smiley, 5 year old cheeky girl! We have 3 rescue dogs, 2 cats, 2 horses and Prince and Pickle the ponies! We live on a mountain in Spain and are renovating our space to make a retreat and therapy centre. We love to travel and have lived in Peru. We are currently wanting to spend more time in Thailand and Italy are on the must visit list this year too! We have joined Kid and Coe as we wish to travel more and also, want to invite people to enjoy our beautiful home here in Spain.

Granada, Andalusia

Flamenco, tapas and the show-stopping Alhambra

This captivating city in southern Spain’s Andalusia region is dominated by the UNESCO world heritage site of the 13th-century Moorish palace of Alhambra. Kids (under 12s go free) will love running around the Arab influenced Generalife Gardens, gazing at the view and getting school on history. Dig around the souks and wares in Albaícin, a medieval warren of streets, try local dishes such as remòjon, an orange-based salad with cod, or eat tapas in one of the city’s many lively bars. Explore Granada’s Science Park with a butterfly farm and planetarium, picnic in the lovely Federico Garcia Lorca Park or, if it gets too hot, hit one of the many beautiful beaches on the Costa Tropical.