This ecological boutique hotel exudes seclusion and tranquility with incredible 360 degree views to six different mountain ranges.A fully reformed 200 year old Spanish farmhouse (cortijo), this rural jewel is now an 8 bedroom family run hotel with more than 700sqm of floorspace over two floors, plus a 60sqm basement. The unique selling point of this business is its impeccable ecological credentials accompanied by high levels of guest comfort. Renewable energy is at the heart of the hotel´s installations, with solar panels for electricity and hot water and a biomass boiler burning the region´s principal renewable and economic resource – olive stones. For more details about the hotel´s installations, see below.Bedrooms are all super spacious, with double beds and plenty of extra space for additional beds for families up to five in number. Bathrooms are all en suite and also very spacious. Around 30 guests can be accommodated across the eight rooms. The hotel offers a 50sqm dining area, a cosy living room/library with a doublesided fireplace, a gorgeous front terrace for al fresco dining, and a second smaller lounge. Most of the year the business runs as a hotel but in low season it is often rented as a casa rural, as a whole to large families or groups. The owners occupy a private suite with en suite bathroom plus the principal kitchen with open plan dining room.The hotel opened in June 2010 and quickly established an exellent reputation, above all for its sensational setting and high standards of customer care.As a result the business has grown financially year on year with a current annual turnover in excess of €100.000(full finantial details available on request)Hotel installations: The house uses solar panels to heat water, three panels with deposits of 300l each. Electricity is supplied by 10 solar panels connected to a bank of German-made Hoppeke batteries, backed up in winter by a 18kva Himoinsa/Yanmar generator. A Roca biomas boiler provides heating and washing water to the whole in winter, backed up by two Roca gas boilers. In addition to the double sided log-burning fireplace, an attractive stove in the dining hall utilises wooden pellets, a waste product from the carpentry industry.
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