• View of House from olive grove

    View of house from olive grove.

  • View of house and patio area from pool.

    View of house and patio area from pool.

  • View from the patio overlooking the pool area.

    View from the patio overlooking the pool area.


About the House

La Paz sleeps six comfortably. Originally a two room cottage, rooms have been added on over time. Now there are three bedrooms all with en-suite shower rooms. There is a twin bedroom and a single bedroom downstairs. The third room is the original upstairs room of the house and, with families in mind, has a double bed and a single bed.

There are bedside lights, room fans and ample space for clothes etc. The sitting room is the original downstairs room and has easy chairs and a sofa. There is a small TV + video and DVD player and a good supply of books, maps, videos, and games. A wood burning stove provides a cosy focus on cooler autumn and spring evenings (although there are also gas and electric heaters if you need them).


House facilities

The recently refurbished farmhouse kitchen has a gas cooker with hob and oven with built in grill, fridge freezer and microwave; kettle, toaster and an ample supply of pots, pans and other kitchen utensils, the dining table seats six. Of course you may want to eat many of your meals outside on the sunny terrace or in hot weather on the shady patio and there is a gas barbecue with this in mind. There is electricity and hot and cold mains water throughout the house.

  • Pool side patio with sun loungers and BBQ.
  • Outdoor dining area on patio.
  • Free Wifi at local bars and cafes.
  • Indoor sitting room with TV and wood burner (for the winter months).

Discover the local area

La Paz is in the Poniente Granadino - western Granada province: to the south and west lie the mountains and beyond them the Mediterranean; to the east is the fertile Vega - plain - of Granada and to the north lies farming country.

Ancient Loja, beloved of the Moors who lived here over 600 years ago, is just a few miles away and for everyday shopping Huétor Tájar, a renowned asparagus and artichoke growing center is just down the road. Granada, and its Alhambra Palace, is a short drive away and it is also possible to visit Antequera, Malaga, Cordoba or even Seville if you enjoy sightseeing.


Nature GuideMick Richardson

personalised guided tours. Whether you want scenery, culture, fauna or flora, then Mick is available to lead you in this stunning part of Spain.

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LojaLocal Town

Built on the slopes of the Sierra de Loja, as well as shops there is a walled old town with churches and a Moorish alcazar (fort). A number of walks.

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RiofrioTrout and Sturgeon farming

Drive to nearby Riofrio, wander around the trout farms and by the fast flowing river to spot the fish. Then go to one of the many restaurants to eat them!

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