1 bedrooms Middle Floor Apartment for short-term in Estepona
This rather quaint Spanish studio apartment is located in the centre of Estepona old town. It provides accommodation for two guests. To access the apartment, you pass through a door from a lovely flowered street and then up a flight of stairs to the apartment front door. This leads directly into the lounge which is complete with kitchenette that provides a small oven, two ring cooking hob and small fridge. A dining area for two and an international TV package including Sky. The bathroom is also accessed from the lounge and has a separate shower, WC and sink. There are some glass terrace doors that open out onto a balcony (which is very small but good for fresh air). To the rear of the lounge are some stairs that go up into the loft-style bedroom area. This is very quaint area and the decor involves plenty of natural wood. There is also plenty of storage space, however, the standing area is a bit limited in some areas in this room since the ceiling is quite low, not recommended for very tall guests nor for the elderly. The air conditioning also serves this area which keeps the area cool and comfortable during the summer months and warm during winter, which has a fair users policy (normal use, not excessive). The apartment is very quiet and rustic in the centre of the town so you can walk to restaurants, bars, shops and the beach. High speed fibre optic internet and fair use of conditioning are included in the rental price.
The apartment is located in a charming typical Spanish street in the middle of Estepona old town. You have plenty of the old traditional Spanish coffee bars, restaurants, little supermarkets and charming squares all on your doorstep. There are plenty of narrow streets with painted white Casetas in the general area. The beach is a short three minute walk through the town. Here you have a long beach with plenty of chiriguitos (beach bars) along the beach. There is a big beach front promenade, which has several playgrounds and shaded seating areas, which you can take all the way to the port where the boats are. The port is also a popular area which is full of bars and restaurants and is also home to the early morning Sunday craft market. The bull ring is across the road from the port where in summer open air concerts and cinema takes place. Most of the museums (all normally free) have also been moved to this location.