Private Pool 8m x 5.5m
Private Pool 8m x 5.5m
Private pool set in Mediterranean style gardens, surrounded by mountains on both sides, with BBQ, sun loungers and dining for up to 8 guests.
Sleeps up to 8 people
The Villa is split over two floors, the main level upstairs with the terrace and pool and the lower level has the games room, with 2 bedrooms on each level.
With a full-sized English pool table, complete with accessories. A Dartboard, with Oche and plenty of darts for our guests to use.
Set in the beautiful La Safor region of Valencia, Villa Ana is our fabulous home from home in Spain. The Villa is split over two floors. Each level has a separate entrance, with the first floor accessible from the driveway via stairs onto the terrace area and the ground floor accessible from the driveway.
The First floor comprises of our stunning covered terrace, perfect for Al fresco dining with tables and chairs for 8 guests, private pool area with patio and 8 sun loungers with additional table and chairs. Inside, you will find a fully stocked kitchen, spacious lounge, dining room with extra seating area, 2 bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other with 2 single beds and a family bathroom.
The Ground floor comprises of the Games Room with full-sized English Pool table and accessories, Dartboard with darts and Oche, comfortable seating area and bar stools, a kitchen to service the Games Room and lastly, the other 2 bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom and the other with 2 single beds and a family bathroom.
Set in the beautiful La Safor region of Valencia, with Mount Monduver on one side and Pla de les Simes on the other, this is an ideal holiday destination to relax, unwind and explore this exciting region of Spain. The Blue Flag beaches of Gandia and Oliva are truly stunning, with miles of white sand, and plenty of restaurants, bars and shops. There is a restaurant in La Drova called Parpallo. There are a further 5 in Barx, only 5 minutes in the car, as well as supermarkets, butchers, bakers, a chemist, a tobacconist, a doctor and a dentist. Fifteen minutes drive from the Villa takes you into the lively town of Gandia. The main town of Gandia has a typically vibrant Spanish feel, with a good selection of bars and restaurants, a cosmopolitan shopping area and a historical quarter. The main “Paseo” is where people can stroll along in safety, or simply sit outside one of the many cafés and bars and watch the world go by!
We ask for £100 breakages deposit to be paid with the balance of your holiday. This is refunded at the end of your holiday once we get the OK from our Property Manager.
Welcome pack £20 – we can provide food and drinks to be delivered to the villa for your arrival. Items include bread, butter, ham, cheese, eggs, crisps, water, wine, orange juice. If you have any special requests, please let us know when you book.
Small dog £30 – we charge £30 if you would like to bring a small dog, to cover extra cleaning costs.
Cot, linen, high chair (the type attached to a chair) – we are happy to provide a cot and stair gate for the terrace stairs free of charge. Please request the cot with your booking.
The villa is available to rent from May to November. Here is the calendar for 2020:
We have owned Villa Ana for over 5 years now and we were drawn there by the twisting, curvy road up the mountain, which opens up to show the countryside and forest in its true splendour. We uncover new gems every time we come here. Here is a taste of some of the wonders we have found so far….
The road up from Gandia to La Drova is fun but the road down the mountain to Simat de la Valldingna is Fun with a capital F. I swear they add a new hairpin bend every time we drive down it and wow, the views of the valley leading down to the sea are breath-taking. Simat is a traditional historic-Spanish town, with over 15 bars and restaurants to try. We have tried a few, for market research of course and Bar Ca Ramonet’s menu de dia serves great food and is excellent value for money. The Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Valldigna, built in 1298, is one of my favourite places, so rich in history and was bought by the Valencian Government in the 90’s. Since then, an intense program of architectural and archaeological interventions are set to restore these buildings back to their former glory. The Refectory, the Dining Hall for the Monks, is now used as an art gallery, with new exhibits every time we visit. http://www.monestirvalldigna.gva.es/ca/ This Monastery is well worth a visit and best of all, it’s free! There is a guided tour in English (check the website for dates and times) and they only charge 3 euros per person. I have taken some photos but they just don’t capture the true wonder of this place. Definitely, a place to add to your “Must visit” list. You won’t be disappointed and while you’re there, you can check out a few bars too! ¡Salud!