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Are you looking for something a little different, somewhere to stay that’s not a hotel or the usual self catering establishment. Have you thought about a holiday within a cave?
Well…. cave holidays start here at Cueva Limón (Lemon Cave).
Cueva Limón adjoins our own cave complex in the village of Puente Arriba within the Granada province of southern Spain. All caves houses are unique, and our caves are even more so, as they actually run all the way through the rocky hill to the other side. This gives our caves access from the back and front areas.
As we are on site we are always available for any questions you may have and to give you our recommendations of where to visit within our diverse and beautiful area. However, we do have 3 friendly dogs so we suggest that our guests should be dog lovers themselves and would be happy to have dogs come to greet them when they are in the outdoor areas. Once our boys have said hello they will happily fall fast asleep!
Cueva Limón outdoor spaces.
We have many areas where you can relax, play and enjoy. You will be spoilt for choice – sunbath with privacy, relax whilst taking in the wonderful views, play table tennis, enjoy a bbq in the back garden ….. the list goes on.
Cueva Limón interior rooms.
Caves are unique. The temperature outside may be 30 degrees plus but generally caves stay at a comfortable 18-21 degrees – no aircon units needed here. If, during the winter months, the outside temperatures drop then we have logs available for you to use in the log burner. Caves are also famous for giving you a better quality of sleep as the bedrooms are quiet and dark, giving you an uninterrupted and restful night.
We supply all good quality bed linen, towels and basic food items as well as a bottle of wine and chocolates to welcome you on your first day at Cueva Limon.
Cave life is for us – come and try it for yourself. Join us and our three adorable dogs at Cueva Limón (Lemon Cave).
Please don’t forget – guests should be dog lovers as our 3 boys are part of our home and the extensive outdoor areas. They are well behaved and very friendly but will want to say hello on your arrival.