Need to know
Seven, including four suites, a two-bedroom casita with a private pool, a two-bedroom cottage, and two-bedroom villa the Stables.
11am, but flexible if there’s availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $380.57 (€309), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates include soft drinks, beer and breakfast.
The hotel has a house cat, Sombra (which means shadow in Spanish). He's a tame, friendly chap who loves a stroke from guests.
At the hotel
Free WiFi, gardens, bikes to hire and a book/CD library. In rooms: preloaded iPod and Ren bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Go to sleep in the Honeymoon Suite and wake up looking out to the rolling hills through the wall of glass doors. It’s also home to a crystal chandelier, a dressing table with an antique brush and mirror, a roll-top bath behind the bed and two enormous rain-head showers. Spacious Suite 3 is the breeziest: it has terraces on both sides of the building.
There’s a heated pool at the bottom of the garden overlooking the green hills and wind turbines in the distance.
No beach towels: there’ll be one ready to use in your room.
There’s a two-night minimum stay. With a bit of notice, yoga and massages can be arranged.
Children are welcome on select dates: 19 March-16 April, 16-27 July, 9-16 August, and 22 October-5 November; under-5s are welcome 1-7 July. There's babysitting (€20 a child an hour) and cooking, pottery, flamenco and Spanish classes.
Water is solar-heated, everything that can be is recycled and all the building materials are reclaimed.