Little Stone House

The Little Stone House is situated six kilometres from the Spanish city of Tarifa, the surfing paradise on the south coast of Andalusia. From here, you can enjoy beautiful views of this coastline’s famous sandy beaches. Built on the slope of the La Peña hills, the house is located just 750 from the water. It was constructed upon the foundations of an old farmhouse – in its exact original position, as it is particularly sheltered from the wind. The house blends in harmoniously with the landscape: it nestles into the slope with its natural stone walls and features glazed gables on two sides, which means you can look from one side of the building through to the other.

The interiors are characterised by stone walls, black framed windows and a timber beam ceiling. The 70-square-metre open floor plan includes a sitting area, dining table, kitchen, and a double bed in one room. Only the children’s room with three beds, and the bathroom are separate. The garden has a covered sitting area, a dining area, and an outside shower.

Please note: The living and sleeping areas cannot be darkened.


What to do

Water sports, horse riding, mountain biking, hiking, visit to the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia, whale, dolphin and bird watching, Tarifa with its old town.

Why we like this house

A house expertly integrated into the surrounding landscape with wonderful views and a great location – mountains, ocean, beautiful beaches and the bustling city of Tarifa are nearby. 

This house is great for

The surroundings are rural (the neighbour’s livestock graze on the property), so the house is perfect for nature lovers.


Details of the property

Region/Town: ES – Spain, Andalusia, Tarifa

Name: Little Stone House

Scenery: Panoramic position close to the coast

Accommodation: House

Number of guests: Max. 5

Architecture: Old & new

Completed: 2017

Design: Ben Agnew


Buchungsanfrage / Booking Request

1 Comments

Sandra Görth said:

Wir haben im Mai eine wunderbare Woche zu zweit im Little Stone House verbracht. Das Haus hat für seine Größe eine gelungene und großzügige Aufteilung und eine geschmackvolle Ausstattung. Man fühlt sich wie in einer komfortablen Berghütte mit Meerblick und -nähe. Vor dem Küchenfenster weiden die Kühe, die Adler kreisen über dem Berg und in der Ferne kann man die artistischen Kiter beobachten. Ein Wanderweg startet direkt am Haus, zu den schönen Stränden fährt man mit dem Auto nur wenige Minuten. Der Wind ist beeidruckend, aber selbst wenn der Levante fest bläst, kann man am Haus ein geschütztes Plätzchen finden. Das Haus lässt sich nicht verdunkeln – so steht es auch in der Beschreibung – dafür kann man in klaren Nächten bis zum glitzernden Ufer nach Afrika sehen. Wir haben die Zeit sehr genossen. 1000 Dank fürs Teilen, liebe Cat und Ben.

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