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Finca Maravilla Verde is located in Puerto Serrano and offers a restaurant, a bar and a shared lounge. Immediately we arrived we felt relaxed. The owners are very welcoming and friendly, the gardens are beautiful and the rooms are individual. The breakfast was delicious with lots of fresh fruit, and bread, eggs, cereal, wide selection of teas and fresh coffee. A large bowl of oranges with an electric squeezer was a lovely touch and children enjoyed squeezing their own juice. Pancakes were also served at breakfast. Dinner in the evening is a must - very relaxing and beautiful food.
Set in Villamartín, 17 mi from Arcos de la Frontera, finca las gateras offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi. Beautiful property with amazing views over the valley out to the mountains. Wasn't expecting such a big pool to swim in that took advantage of the view. Beds were comfortable, and hosts very friendly and welcoming. Fantastic stay. Thanks Sophie.
Featuring a garden, an outdoor pool and pool views, Villa Madrigueras is set in Algodonales. Roomy and clean house with it's own garden. Close to a minor road and not far from the A384. Algodonales is a few Kilometres away and has many restaurants and is a pleasant little town.
Our reason for the stay at Puerto Serrano was its location to the race circuit of Jerez for the MotoGP. Just a 30 to 40 minute drive to the circuit was acceptable. We drove through spectacular scenery to stunning towns like Ronda,Marbella etc. Food at the appartments was very nice and never had a bad meal during our stay.
I booked last minute as a stop off and it was a great price. Welcoming staff and good food at the restaurant. A clean if basic room. Outside it's perfect for walking and can also hire bikes. The view was lovely. Will go back for a quiet walking weekend,
The hotel is somewhat away from Puerto Serrana in the countryside. I only drove in on one side of the town once and didn't stay or venture further because I feared getting trapped in one of those never ending loops common to Spanish towns that don't seem to provide much in the way of signage and directions for the casual visitor.