Andalucia villa near Malaga, Spain

1149To1699 per accommodation per week
Periana, Malaga, AndaluciaSee map here
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We are available for summer vacation rentals from 1st May to the end of October.
Our weekly rates by season are as follows:- May, June, September & October €1149 July & August €1699 All prices include taxes, water and electricity plus free Wifi.
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10 Reviews of Andalucia villa near Malaga, Spain

4.5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 21 Aug 2022 by

It was so relaxing, and the hosts were so lovely and helpful. Read full review

Reviewed on 27 Aug 2021 by

Truly, the villa is the loveliest place we have ever stayed, and looking through the guest book it didn't come as much surprise that some people have chosen to come back multiple times Read full review

Reviewed on 22 Sep 2019 by

The most memorable part of the vacation was the situation and set up and facilities of the villa Read full review

Reviewed on 07 Sep 2019 by

The most memorable part of the vacation was the quiet, the view!!!, the spectacular pool and the amazing spaces to relax in. Read full review

Reviewed on 04 Sep 2019 by

The most memorable part of the vacation was the views of mountains from the pool and seeing lots of geckos Read full review

Reviewed on 16 Jun 2018 by

A perfect location for a relaxing vacation in a lovely villa with a stunning location. Read full review

Reviewed on 08 May 2018 by

Most memorable was the beautiful view from the house, the comfortable furnishings, the brilliant book & dvd collection and the wood fires, all of which made us feel so at home and quite glad of the rain for giving us an excuse to cosy up together and read. Read full review

Reviewed on 22 Oct 2014 by

We really felt that we got to know this area of southern Spain thanks to our hosts. Really great time. We'd love to go back. Read full review

Reviewed on 22 Jun 2014 by

You couldn't ask for a more idyllic location, or more welcoming hosts. Shane met us at the villa when we arrived and gave us a quick run through the basics, while Bea would always let us know when she was around to water the plants (twice during the week), a much appreciated sign of the type of consideration they show towards their guests. Read full review

Reviewed on 17 Jul 2013 by

The peaceful setting, serene surroundings and the warm and gracious hospitality of our hosts, Shane and Bea, are our fondest memories. From the moment we arrived until the minute we left, two weeks later, we rarely thought of our hectic, fast-paced life back home. Read full review

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We have a farm of almost 3 acres, mainly olive and almond groves but also eleven beautiful old Spanish Holm oak trees, the acorns from which we give to our neighbour to feed his pigs! Another neighbour brings his herd of goats to graze in spring and summer, cutting down on strimming and keeping the grasses and wildfowers under control.

We look after the land ourselves, harvesting our own olives and almonds, and are members of the local village Olive Oil Cooperative. We grow our own fruit trees and grow berries, herbs and vegetables using the eco-friendly “square foot gardening” method, and all of our produce is organically grown using natural fertilisers and treatments.

We have 5 solar panels which produce all of the hot water for all of our guests.

We make our own compost and recycle our “grey” water (the water from sinks, baths and showers), and all of our rubbish is recycled at local recycle points. Our land is a haven for wildlife, we have 2 swallows’ nests on the property and throngs of other birds, bees and butterflies, attracted by our fields of wildflowers in spring and by our gardens and herb beds throughout the year.


We bought our Spanish country house in the Andalucian hills in 2001 and spent a year renovating it and updating it. All of our work has been done by local workers and artisans in keeping with local style and using locally sourced materials such as terracotta roof tiles and hand made Granadian ceramics and stained glass lighting.

We buy free range eggs and goats milk from our neighbours and operate a tool share agreement with a group of locals, allowing us to pool our resources for jobs like strimming and chain-sawing.

We take an active part and are involved in campaigning to look after our local environment - we successfully stopped an open pit quarry by lobbying the national ombudsman.

We provide a house book for our guests with local reference materials and recommendations for local businesses including shops, bars and restaurants. We have close links and good working relationships with our local tradespeople. We also provide Spanish grammar books and dictionairies to enable our guests to communicate in Spanish.

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