Casa Grenadino, (The house of the Pomegranate Tree) has been lovingly restored using local, reclaimed materials. It has modern heating throughout and most rooms have fully operational, original olive wood fires. It sleeps 6 in luxury and 10 at a push. The house is owned by a second generation of chefs. The kitchen lacks for nothing with fresh herbs growing abundantly around the courtyard in the shade of lemon, olive and pomegranate trees. There is a beautiful plunge pool which is the perfect place to cool off after a day in the Andalucian sun. With stunning views across the Rio Santo gorge, Casa Grenadino is without doubt one of the finest renovations in the valley. A timeless Moorish townhouse in the lower barrio of the village, a place of winding alleyways where orange laden mules meander the twisting white washed lanes in the shade of overhanging bougainvillea. Perfectly situated between Granada and the beaches of the Costa Tropical both of which are less than 1 hours drive away.