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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCan Casadella Premia de Dalt
The villa was just the ticket for anyone wanting the Spanish home experience. the rooms were typical Spanish style and the common rooms were well appointed with tea and coffee facilities, music and television. we felt very much at home here. Breakfast was excellent well presented and plentiful. the family all live on the lower levels with guests un the upper levels. the grounds are huge and the security is excellent. there are balconies to sit and rest on, that have fantastic views of the ocean and hillside surrounding the villa. It was worth the 20k drive out of Barcelona to stay here and we would do it again, only next time for longer. our hosts were perfect.
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