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My wife and I were charmed by Cortijo Valverde when we stayed there for a week in early June. Ali and Caroline are exceptionally welcoming hosts. We had the place to ourselves for the first few days...it was during the period when the Volcanic ash...More
As a repeat customer to Cortijo Valverde the first time was exceptional, this time was like paradise! what more can you ask for exceptional service, amazing food, a wonderful and caring team to welcome you.. now that's paradise and we'll be coming back soon.
Hosts are very friendly. Accommodation is very good. Not as peaceful as we expected due to the local dogs barking much of the night so bring earplugs if you are sensitive. Excellent meals are provided, though sharing an evening meal with the other guests and...More
Response from Cortijo Valverde, Owner at Cortijo ValverdeResponded 22 July 2010
Thank you, for your kind comments and also those of all our other reviewers. I would just like to respond to three of the points raised in this review.
Cortijo Valverde is situated in a rural valley with only 8 other farmhouses. Most of our...More
My husband and I have just returned from the most wonderful holiday at Cortijo Valverde In Alora, Andalucia.
All our needs were catered for, nothing was too much trouble. Our room was kept very clean as were all the rooms .The food cooked by our...More
Just returned from a week long stay in this little haven of heaven......perfect if you are looking for a tranquil get a way from it all holiday....nestled in the hills...far enogh away from the biz of the town but close enough to indulge in some...More
Response from Cortijo Valverde | Property representative |
It depends how fast you drive, whether you are travelling with a caravan, and which routes you take. Your quickest route is via Brittany to Bilbao and then drive South to Madrid, then south towards Granada and finally... More
It depends how fast you drive, whether you are travelling with a caravan, and which routes you take. Your quickest route is via Brittany to Bilbao and then drive South to Madrid, then south towards Granada and finally head for Antequera and then to Alora. We have done this in 1.5 days with shared driving (no caravan or trailer) but have also done it in 2.5 days with overnight stops in Bordeaux and Madrid.
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"All the rooms are beautiful. The grounds are full of flowers and interesting plants. Very tranquil place..."