This beautiful artist's cave house was owned by my mother, it is tranquil and quirky. It has now passed on to us, Morag, Ian and our daughters. We are based in the UK and love to come here to the community and to spend time in my mother's beautiful home. It is a wonderful area to explore. We are the last house on the track as the village turns into open hillside. Our nearest neighbours are artists, when you take a walk down the riverbed in-front of the house, you will find sculptures made from local river stones. You can walk for hours in the area around the house, the wildlife is superb, birds, bees, butterflies, frogs and cicadas, if you are lucky you might spot a chameleon, gecko or another type of lizard.
Sleeps four in comfort in two bedrooms. Further beds can be made up in request.
The white room: 1x king size bed, hanging space and drawers, en suite shower room.
The cave bedroom: 1x king size bed, hanging space and drawers.
The Moroccan room: 1 x full size double sofa bed in through room (with doorways leading from the living room to the white room, cave room and tiled shower room).
Living room has a single bed that is usually made up as a sofa, this can accommodate another guest on request.
For your comfort:
2x shower rooms
Towels and fresh bedding supplied. House cleaned weekly when you book a longer stay.
Shampoo, conditioner and soap supplied.
Wifi and a strong mobile phone signal.
Well equipped kitchen, Spanish style with only a hob and microwave.
Olive oil, salt, pepper and herbs for you to use in your cooking.
Washing machine with powder or liquid.
Ample designated roadside parking.
Terrace with far reaching views.
Not wheelchair friendly as access to cave house is very steep.
Young children will need to be supervised as there are drops from the terraces.
The house is on the edge of Grima, a sleepy Spanish hamlet in Almeria (close to the boarder with Murcia). We are just the other side of a small range of hills from the sea (just 6km as the crow flies).
There are no shops or bars in Grima, but you will hear the horn of the bread van arriving in the village 3 days a week with really good fresh bread and cakes. You will need a car staying here.
2km to nearest shops and a wonderful (inexpensive) roadside tapas bar.
Within 15 minutes you can drive to a range of stunning deserted beaches, beautiful coves with beachside bars and great tapas, towns with banks and large supermarkets etc.
Close to seaside resorts of Aguilas, San Juan de los Terreos, Villaricos and Garrucha.
AquaVera waterpark is good day out, also offers cheap afternoon family tickets 4-7pm.Only 25 minutes by car.
1 hour to Almería Airport
1 hour to Murcia Airport
2 hours to Alicante Airport
3 hours 10 to Malaga Airport
1 hour to the ancient city of Cartagena.
2 hours 30 to the wonderful Alhambra Palace in Grenada.
This part of Spain has sunshine for an average of 320 days of the year. In the daytime temperature in the winter rarely goes below 17°C, in the summer it goes up to the a little above 30°C. The deeper parts of the cave, being underground, maintain a temperature of between 17 to 23°C through out the year, there are wall mounted electric heaters for the winter months, but it will feel pleasantly cool in the heat of the summer. Whist you can get some torrential rain storms these are very rare.