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Casa Lola - 2 bedrooms, charming
Casa Lola - 2 bedrooms, charming
4 Gäste
2 Schlafzimmer
3 Betten
1 Badezimmer
4 Gäste
2 Schlafzimmer
3 Betten
1 Badezimmer

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Ein liebevoll restauriertes traditionelles alpujarranisches Dorfhaus in Barranco Ferrer (in der Gemeinde Rubite) mit Zugang zum privaten Pool und Whirlpool und nur 7km von den schönen Stränden der Costa Tropical entfernt. Das Beste aus beiden Welten ab nur € 32 pro Nacht!
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A lovingly restored traditional Alpujarran village house in Barranco Ferrer (in the municipality of Rubite), with access to private pool and hot tub, and only 7km from the lovely beaches of the Costa Tropical. Best of both worlds from only €32 per night!

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Nutzerprofil von Udo
August 2016
Wir haben zwei wunderschöne Wochen in der Casa Lola und in Andalusien verbracht. Die Wohnung liegt nahe an einem relativ leeren Kiesstrand und zentral um schöne andalusische Städte und vor allem Granada zu besuchen. Mike hat sich gut um uns gekümmert. Für die steile Auffahrt in d…

Nutzerprofil von Simon
Juni 2016
Die Unterkunft war sauber, Mike wirklich sehr hilfsbereit und die Gegend angenehm ruhig (gut mit kleinen Kindern). Das Gemeinschaftspool wird von Mike perfekt in Stand gehalten und wir waren fast immer alleine dort. Wir haben uns im Haus mit 3 kleinen Kindern sehr wohl gefühlt, …

Nutzerprofil von Katrin
Oktober 2015
Mike hat uns wie vereinbart an der AGIP Tankstelle abgeholt. Das war auch gut so, denn alleine würde man diese Unterkunft NIEMALS finden. Über Schotterpisten, vorbei an Müll und Gewächshäusern, durch ein stillgelegtes, dreckiges Flußbett hindurch und wieder über Schotterpisten gi…
Nutzerprofil von Mike
Antwort von Mike:
I am pleased that you mentioned meeting at the Agip garage (km 353 of the N-340), because some guests still try and find us, and end up getting lost. Unfortunately, down the valley there are greenhouses, they grow the cucumbers and tomatoes that we in northern Europe demand in the winter months, over 75% are exported to France, Germany and the UK. However, as you rightly point out, up here in our beautiful village of 22 houses (mostly English and Argentine), we have NO supermarkets, bars or shops. That is how we advertise ourselves, and that is what helps to make the village unique. Neither do we have dustbins or garbage collection, and so we have to take our rubbish with us down the mountain. Unfortunately you failed to do so (or even ask me when you were printing off your boarding passes in my office prior to your departure) what to do with your garbage. You also left behind empty beer bottles lying around the house, and didn't strip the beds so that we could wash the sheets. I am sorry that you found the house not clean enough and musty. It was cleaned thoroughly, and inspected by me prior to your arrival. these old Spanish houses are difficult to clean, and even more difficult to keep clean as as soon as you open windows, the dust gets in, and as there are no carpets, it shows immediately on the tiled floors. We did have a heavy thunderstorm prior to your arrival, so that, coupled with the windows being shut to prevent the dust entering, may have contributed to the musty smell. It certainly didn't smell of must when I inspected it after your departure. The sheets and towels on all the beds were washed and perfectly clean, so as you didn't mention any of this to me whilst you were here, I am somewhat mystified by your comments. Finally, I would suggest that next time you visit rural Spain, where 50% of ALL rental properties are up steep unmade dirt tracks (our at least is tarmacked!) that you rent a proper car, and not a Fiat 500, which is more of a sewing machine on wheels, particularly if it is carrying a heavy load as well!
Oktober 2015

Nutzerprofil von Katherine
November 2017
We loved our time at Casa Lola. It was a great base for exploring Andalucia and it was lovely coming back to El Ferrer after a trip out. It felt like coming home. People talk about the track a lot in reviews, but really it's not that bad you soon get used to it and will be whi…

Nutzerprofil von Tjerk
Oktober 2017
Lovely location, very calm

Nutzerprofil von Peter
Oktober 2017
Casa Lola is a very nice and unique little place. We loved the location, very secluded in a small friendly village in the mountains. Yet its still close to the coast. The drive up there is a bit bumpy (the steep and narrow dirt road might not be for everyone) but well worth the e…
Nutzerprofil von Mike
Antwort von Mike:
Thank you Peter for your kind comments. I must correct you on one point though, the steep and narrow road is not dirt, it was paved two years ago. The only part which is still dirt is the 300 metres of flat track next to the river at the bottom of our hill. I take on board your comments about the mattresses, every winter we review and upgrade something in the house, and the WIFI is being completely renewed and rewired next week. The mattresses will shortly follow. The lounge area is indeed quite small, as we state in our description, the house is perfect for 2, but a bit of a squash for 4. Unfortunately more guests seem to just go on the price, rather than reading the description fully first. And you are correct, it is GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY, particularly when you include the welcome food pack (fresh eggs, milk, juice, butter, jam, water, etc), the use of the swimming pool and hot tub,and not forgetting the ever-present, helpful and attentive Ed. Most Airbnb properties in which I have stayed around the world, I have never ever met the host, let alone had an Ed on hand 24/7 !!
Oktober 2017

Nutzerprofil von Patrycja
September 2017
We really wanted to like Casa Lola but unfortunately whatever was charming about it is long gone. The pictures look much better than the property itself, which is run down and needs a lot of attention. There was some water damage which left holes in the ceiling as well as a mould…
Nutzerprofil von Mike
Antwort von Mike:
Thank you for your valuable feedback about Casa Lola. Whilst I take on board some of your comments about the property, it is advertised and priced as “simply but tastefully furnished”. You certainly seemed bowled over by its charm when I showed you round after your very delayed arrival. It is now nearing the end of the season, and it will be redecorated and refurbished accordingly as it is every winter. Meanwhile it is on sale at UNDER €26 a night, which is what you paid for it, a very modest amount for a 2-bedroomed house with access to our private pool and hot tub. You never mentioned the pool and hot tub, presumably then I can therefore assume that you were perfectly happy with them! (BTW, we have checked the cooker and all the 4 gas hobs and the electric oven are working fine, so I’m not sure what to make of that comment). I am, however, very concerned about your comments about my attitude being unwelcoming, in 16 years of living here and renting out my modest properties at modest prices, that is a first! Was it the fact that I drove down the mountain for 7km to meet and greet you after your flight was badly delayed, showed you around the house and pool and hot tub personally, answered all your written questions in a polite and timely manner prior to your arrival, popped over on your second night to rescue you after you had mysteriously locked yourselves out on your roof terrace, and then went out and bought and installed a new router for you when your internet connection refused to work? Please DO let me know at which point, exactly, you felt I was unwelcoming! When I showed you around the village after your arrival, I pointed out exactly where Ed, Lucy and myself live (20 metres from Casa Lola!), and invited you to knock on the office door, or pop round to the main door anytime you needed anything. Here we work as a team, and so if I am down working on the boat, then, yes, Ed will be the one who responds to guest’s requests (or Lucy). As far as I am aware, you didn’t ever do that, preferring instead to communicate by (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN). When you messaged me to say you were leaving early, I immediately contacted Ed who popped round to see you within ten minutes to find out if there was a problem, and apparently you told him that everything was fine and that having seen everything you wanted to in the area, you had decided to go and stay near Malaga for a few nights. What is perfectly clear to me is that prior to booking to stay in our village and at Casa Lola you didn’t properly read the full description on the Airbnb pages, and so both the house and the village didn’t measure up to your perceived expectations of a real Spanish experience.
September 2017

Rubite, SpanienMitglied seit Juli 2010
Nutzerprofil von Mike
We moved to Spain in 2001, to this beautiful and sunny part of Andalucia. We live in a stunningly rebuilt white mountain village, El Ferrer, just 10 minutes from the sparkling, warm, clear waters of the Mediterranean, and some of the best, emptiest beaches in Southern Spain. We a…
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