**Please note that THE HACIENDA is a private house and not classed as a hotel. Our facilities are not open to the general public. Teachers/ Facilitators rent the entire facility on a private basis only. Use of all our facilities, comes with the understanding that it be done strictly at one's own risk. Personal holiday insurance is a prerequisite when staying at THE HACIENDA.
Rooms are handed over clean, and maintained by occupants during their stay. All linen and towels are provided. Towels for pool/beach etc. not provided.
Feel free to create your own cuisine in the farmhouse kitchen which serves to provide all the necessary cooking equipment to prepare your meals at your leisure.
Alternatively, there are a selection of local restaurants and tapas bars in the nearby town of Montefrio.At slightly over 2,200 feet above sea level, Granada's climate is extremely temperate and enjoyable year round. During the winter months, temperatures range from average highs of 54°F to average lows of 36°F. By the time spring arrives, temperatures climb to average highs in the mid 60s to lows in the upper 40s. Summer delivers sunny days and balmy evenings.. In the summer months, average highs of 87 are typical, while nights drop nicely to the mid-60s. Fall is one of the nicest times to visit Granada. Days cool down to an average of 70°F, and nights average 50 °F.
Due to Granada's prime location, visitors can sunbathe on the beach during the day and then partake in some night skiing. The coastal areas of Spain and the Sierra Nevada range are both within an hour's drive.The climate in Andalucia is one of the mildest in Europe - averaging 300 days of sunshine - so you can enjoy a day at the beach aswell as a trip to the slopes.