Although Nat didn;t meet us herself, our lovely villa owner came and met us from a local restaurant and drove some of our party with her to show us around.
The house is incredible, really breathtaking. An infinity pool looks over the lush green countryside, with lush green and fruit trees as far as the eye can see.
Lounging by the pool in the sun, with the silent countryside around was so peaceful and relaxing. And we only wish we were staying longer than 3 days.
Inside the house was really clean, traditionally Spanish and elegant. We were lucky enough to stay in the impressive turret room, which had traditional arched windows that looked out over the countryside.There were towels and a hairdryer which was helpful with 10 girls around.
The house is very secure with an easy-to-use alarm system, so you have peace-of-mind that everything's safe when you leave the villa.
You'll definitely need a car to stay here, as the house is along a very bumpy and long track. Although taxis are used to it, and come and fetch you from right outside if you fancy a night out. Taxis to St Antonio are only 25 Euros, which when split between you work out pretty cheap.
We ate at the local Agretourismo, which was a bit of a disaster, but we're putting this down to being the start of the season, so all of the staff were new and a bit nervous. Nat gives you loads of recommendations, so follow those and you'll be laughing!