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Buckfastleigh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 November 2014

We stayed for 11 nights at Casa Ana in early November and it made a perfect, tranquil, welcoming home to come back to from our wonderful sunny walks around the Alpujarras. Our room, with en-suite shower room, was delightfully simple, clean and in the local style of whitewashed walls, beamed ceilings and tiled floor with rugs. Beds very comfortable. Breakfast...

Thank Lindsay J
Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Walking with Chris Stewart and staying at Casa Ana, what could be better? How about adding a great group of people, delicious food, beautiful scenery, an amazing tour around Granada and the cherry on top -lunch at El Valero. This really was a magical week! Casa Ana is the perfect venue for a group trip. The family style dining room...

1Thank tazotea
Reviewed 3 November 2014

I joined a group of 14 for a weeks walking in the Alpujarra, ably guided by Chris Stewart, and staying in this delightful Guest House. Anne and her staff were wonderful and extremely helpful, the rooms were very comfortable and the food was exceptional, Breakfast and the packed lunches had everything you could want and the evening meals were fantastic,...

Thank Kelvin B
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Our second trip to the lovely Casa Anna in La Taha. This time in late October. Perfect weather for walking and Anna's is an ideal base. And another great meal with Wes. Colours and warmth are a delight. Recommended.

Thank AlanBrine18
Worksop, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 October 2014

What a fabulous week. The walks were spectacular yet do-able. We were so impressed by the breakfasts, packed lunches and superb dinners provided by the local chefs. Anne is adept at organisation, bringing the best of everything to her guests, so we were able to relax and enjoy it all. I totally recommend this holiday.

1Thank Keith H
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 October 2014 via mobile

I fell in love the idea of the Alpujarras when I read Gerald Brennan's South From Granada when I was very young. When I first visited it back in the 1970s there were dirt roads and it didnt seem to have changed much. 40 years on the roads are much better and there are more tourists and some expats but...

2Thank Hugh K
Eccles, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 September 2014

My partner I joined three other guests, at the beginning of September, to be guided by Chris Stewart on a delightful week of walking in the Alpujarras http://www.casa-ana.com/courses_walking_holidays_with_chris_stewart.html . This was based at Casa Ana, where the hour and a half queues at Malaga passport control and Goldcar rentals were soon forgotten, in the welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. The next...

1Thank Steve H
Codicote, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 September 2014

We had a brilliant week of guided walks, including a trip to Granada, based at Casa Ana. Casa Ana was a peaceful haven tucked away in a quiet village in the mountains. Anne and her 'helpers' were very welcoming and made us feel at home. Our room was clean and comfortable with tea, coffee etc available in the guest lounge....

Thank Pam R
Droitwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 August 2014

The mountain air, peace and tranquility at the B&B Casa Ana, was an experience we will not forget. The en-suite room was cool and restful. Breakfasts set you up for the days exploring the Pitres villages in the beautiful Alpujarra mountains. Evenings spent looking at the mountains from the terrace, with drinks and snacks, rewarded with a Golden Oriole posing...

Thank Vince W
Norwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 June 2014

Just had a fantastic week touring the Alpujarra mountains in Spain based at the wonderful B and B of Casa Ana at Ferreirola. The accommodation was perfect. Very comfortable beds and great cool rooms. Started the day on a great breakfast and had tea and coffee facilities on evening return to eat a snack or just to watch for a...

1Thank historyman59

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Casa Ana is a historic village house in the mountainous Alpujarra region of Andalucia. Once a family home, with a wine press, olive store, barns and a goat shed, the property was lovingly restored between 2005 and 2013. It provides comfortable, quiet accommodation with 8 en suite bedrooms, dining room, sitting room, a Moorish courtyard garden and several south-facing terraces. The style is simple and traditional - chestnut roof beams and terracotta floors - but with modern comforts, including underfloor central heating in winter and rain showers. At Casa Ana we provide delicious breakfasts using local produce - fresh oranges from village growers, local honey, eggs, bread, hams and olive oil. Picnic lunches are also available. The house is located in the mountain village of Ferreirola (population around 28), near Pitres. The village has fantastic views of the Trevelez river gorge, and is a wonderful base to go walking, explore the Sierra Nevada National Park, visit the traditional white villages of the Alpujarra or take a day trip to Granada or the Mediterranean beaches. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa Ana

Address: Calle Artesa 7 | Ferreirola, La Taha, 18414 Pitres, La Taha, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > La Taha > Pitres
Price Range: ₹ 5,518 - ₹ 6,296 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
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“I had a room with a view and it was light and airy...”
 of 5 bubbles AlanaKirk, 5 Jul 2016 | Read review
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“We stayed in room 1. Very well equipped and I am sure very cool in summer”
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