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Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Mary and I have just spent an unforgettable week at Alqueria de Morayma. Our room was spacious and comfortable. The view from the terrace was spectacular - almond orchards coming into bloom, whitewashed villages clinging to the hillsides, snow covered Sierra Nevada mountains in the distance. We took long walks on the network of paths that connect the villages every day. Lots of fruit, excellent coffee and a ham and cheese baguette for breakfast in the morning and a delicious three course dinner of local specialties every evening. The Alqueria makes their own wine from grapes grown on the property and it is very good. The young staff are friendly and efficient. They couldn't have been better. Go. Stay as long as you can. You will never forget it.

Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank GrandpaPeter
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

Staying at the Alqueria de Morayma feels like stepping back in time. The rooms are located in a number of casitas and small dwellings, giving the appearance of a little old-time village. The rooms have all the modern conveniences but incorporate many old architectural features, adding to the ambiance. The hotel has a tranquil setting, surrounded by almond and olive orchards with beautiful views over the mountains. There are many hiking trails in the area, and the hotel even has a stable for those arriving on horseback, as we did. It is one of the most charming places I've stayed in a long lifetime of travel and someplace I hope to visit again.

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Rittmeister
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Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

If you are looking for a charming, less expensive hotel, this is good option.
Especially if you are passing by on foot or horseback.Directly from the hotel to marked trials or to a swimmingpool.Lots of ambience combined with good food and wine.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Karihelen
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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

We discovered this place when our family stayed here a couple of years ago. Since then, we have returned every time we are in the area for lunch. The rooms are built in the shape of little Alpujarran houses with their own bathroom. It looks like a little village in a quite spot with wonderful views. They have an outdoor swimming pool in summertime, a great outdoor seating area and a trampoline.

As in most restaurants in this area, I would recommend to ask for your meat to be well done as otherwise it may be undercooked.

Highly recommended!

Stayed: March 2016, travelled with family
Thank Luisa O
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Reviewed 21 September 2015

This is simply an amazing place to stay and we spent 4 days (3 nights). It is hard to describe it as a hotel (it is classed as a Hotel Rural 2 Star) as it is sort of a rambling complex (dispell any thoughts of moden apartment blocks and concrete) of old village dwellings which have been restored in an authentic manner with a central Bar/Restaurant (which has free WiFi if you really need it).
Our room (ensuite) was lovely with a comfy bed (tiled artisan headboard), small patio and simply stunning views across the Sierra Nevada.
The food is amazing and it produces it's own wine (the red we sampled with a meal was fantastic), the meal we had at the restaurant was lovely. Do sample the Artisan Ice-cream (made locally in Cadiar), best dessert I have ever had.
There are several country walks around the estate (for want of a better word) and it is the perfect place just to sit on the terrace and un-wind marvelling at the stunning sunsets.The outdoor pool is great (again with great views).
The staff were all friendly and helpful. Some people have complained that they speak little or no English - faceplam. This is rural Spain as it is and should be, so brush up on your Spainish.
It is a great base for exploring the Sierra Nevada National Park and the many villages dotted on the mountain sides and valleys.
A simply lovely place, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Room Tip: Go for a room with a patio (ours was number 21) which was set back and above the mian Bar/Restaurant area.
  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jim W
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