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Casa Esperanza opened as a boutique B&B in August 2010. Rachel Seed, the chef behind the award-winning gastropub The Somerset Arms and one of the founders of The Hotel Exchange, returned to Spain (along with her Great Dane, Henry) in the summer of this year to open her B&B. Offering boutique, self-contained B&B rooms with en-suite facilities and their own private terrace with views over the garden and out towards Gibraltar and Morocco, the B&B will is the perfect escape for those seeking sunshine and quiet, but with great restaurants and some beautiful places to visit just minutes away. Rachel also offers private dining to her guests.
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rhyscoz wrote a review Nov 2010
Cardiff, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
I was fortunate to stumble on this delightful B&B entirely by accident, but was so pleased that I did because my partner and I had an absolutely wonderful time. Rachel & Lisa were excellent hosts and looked after us brilliantly, and even went to the trouble of baking a delicious brownie birthday cake complete with candles for my partner on the first night of our stay. We stayed in the double room located just below the main terrace, which was private and felt very much like a little, self-contained area of the main house. The view looking south towards Gibraltar was fantastic, and the B&B itself is located perfectly for road trips along the windy mountain roads in the surrounding area. I'd definitely recommend a car - if you plan on doing anything other than relaxing in the house you'll need one, but chances are you will have hired one to get there in the first place! However, it's a price worth paying to be in such a private location far away from the Costa Del Sol There are restaurants nearby and prompt taxis should you want a drink, but the food cooked in-house by Rachel is far nicer. Were we to go again we'd definitely eat in more often! We stayed in early September so the temperature was high 20s. The en-suite room we stayed in didn't have air-con, but the cool night time temps meant that it wasn't necessary. So, a cracking place; kind and thoughtful hosts, wonderful location, fantastic views and delicious food. Highly recommended, and thanks again for making our stay so good.
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Date of stay: September 2010
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Bristolian005 wrote a review Oct 2010
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Lying in bed and looking down the valley seeing Gibralta in the distance is stunnig!! Lisa and Rachel are brilliant hosts and do everything possible to make your stay relaxing and enjoyable but never intrude. Rachel is a fantastic chef and the puddings are to die for. Having dinner on the terrace with that view and the girls spoiling you is something we won't forget in a hurry. Oh...and there is someone else that gives you a great welcome... Henry the great dane, the size of a small horse but as gentle as a lamb.
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cst1973 wrote a review Oct 2010
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We chose Casa Esperanza because it had been recommended by friends who'd given rave reviews – we wanted a long weekend getaway from London in the sun, somewhere to read by the pool, relax and take it easy, and to take an occasional trip out to see 'real' Spain – our hosts Lisa and Rachel made sure we got all that and more. We arrived 8 hours late after a torturous delayed flight, but Lisa gave us a great welcome despite it being gone midnight (those G&Ts were much appreciated!). The B&B room is separate from the main house, down a little flight of steps over-looking the pool with an incredible view down the mountain, across southern spain to Gibraltar and beyond. Iit's like having your own self-contained villa, but with all the benefits of hotel service – breakfast on the terrace upstairs in the morning was served to our schedule, the time difference and late arrival (and G&Ts) having conspired to make us lie in a lot longer than intended! Being typical Londoners we weren't quite ready to unwind on the first day and headed off to explore Gibraltar (a truly fascinating place) – lisa and Rachel had pointed us in the right direction, reminded us that we needed passports and given us a couple of tips for lunch. We returned for dinner at about 8pm, having been quizzed by Rachel about our culinary preferences (seafood, something spanish) earlier – we weren't disappointed as we tucked into our delicious tailor-made meal on the terrace with a gorgeous glass of wine on hand – Rachel had obviously been busy in our absence. The next few days we spent more time by the pool, book in hand, with the occasional foray to the beach and a trip to Casares – the 'White Village' nearby which has a true feeling of Spain, unspoilt by foreign intervention. Rachel and Lisa gave us great tips about where to find great authentic spanish food, even in the thick of the Costa's tourist zones. We had a night out at the excellent Hotel Hermitage restaurant just down the road too – thank god it was staggering distance home. All in all we thoroughly enjoyed our getaway – it's great being away from the hustle and bustle for a bit, but handy to have all the luxuries available too – and Lisa and Rachel are the perfect hosts, popping up just when you need them with a gorgeous meal, great bit of advice – or a G&T!
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LOCATION
SpainAndaluciaProvince of MalagaCosta del SolCasares
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Esperanza
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Esperanza?
Nearby attractions include Guapatini’s Show Bar (0.2 km), Boomerang Torremolinos (0.4 km), and Church of San Miguel (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Esperanza?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Casa Esperanza?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Casa Esperanza?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa Esperanza?
Conveniently located restaurants include Serendipia Slow Food & Bar, Ibiza Style Bar Restaurant, and Ela's Gastrobar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Casa Esperanza?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Casa Esperanza?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Casa Esperanza?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Plaza de Toros de Torremolinos (1.3 km), Pimentel Tower (0.3 km), and Freetour Mijas Pueblo (2.4 km).