Sleeps 8 – 4 bedrooms with 4 en-suite bathrooms.
Originally a Conquistador’s mansion, this noble hilltop villa stands in private walled gardens overlooking spectacular 180 degree views of the countryside towards Portugal and the Gredos mountains.
A very special place of charm and atmosphere among the historic monuments, the villa is 5 minutes walk to the main square and restaurants.The property is completely private and is not overlooked.
Villa Moritos has been restored to combine a wealth of original features with magnificent modern living.
The accommodation is presented on ground floor level throughout, with comfortable en-suite bedrooms and classic-style living areas opening on to gardens with spectacular 180 degree views.
The kitchen is fully equipped including 2 fridge freezers, dishwasher, gas cooker, electric oven, microwave, filter coffee machine and cafetiere. The main sitting room has a working fire and wood is provided in winter months. There is a separate utility room with washing machine and dryer.
The gardens are private peaceful and romantic, lined with jasmine, blue plumbago, trees and flowers, with several seating areas and a large outdoor dining terrace under a canopy of wisteria. The sunsets over the unspoilt panorama are glorious.
The villa has a private swimming pool which is exclusive to the property (not shared). There is a gas Weber BBQ, rattan sunloungers and garden furniture provided.
Guest wifi, housekeeping and gardener service is included. There is free on-street parking just outside the property. A bottle of wine is provided to welcome you, including meet & greet service in English. A home cooked villa menu is available on request.
Smaller parties are welcome and discounted stays are available subject to availability. Changeover days are flexible.
Villa Moritos has been recommended by The FT, The Guardian, Sunday Times Travel, The Sunday and Saturday Times newspapers, Harpers Bazaar magazine, The Telegraph, Grazia Magazine, The Daily Mail, Sunday Express, Travel & Leisure, Olive magazine and the Sydney Morning Herald.
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