Reviews of the property
"If spectacular views and scenic walks tick your boxes, the 400-year old Casa Ana in Granada (province) is just the place, backed by the rugged mountains of the Alpujarras Daily Express, June 2014 (Casa Ana….) A secluded 16th-century house on the edge of the Sierra Nevada National Park. The white-washed property spreads down a steep hill, and has walled gardens and uncluttered rooms, many of which are south-facing. Terraced almond orchards, 13th-century Moorish canals and mulberry groves will be your playground …"
Conde Nast Traveller, September 2010
Walking from Casa Ana - reviews
"We’re already planning our return …The Taha valley, a walker’s paradise where even the faint-hearted need have no fears: just bring adequate boots and clothing…. Casa Ana proved ideal. Anne Hunt came there in 2003 and fell in love with the place. The 400-year old house has been stylishly converted….the terraces, which look out over a ravishing prospect, are perfect for relaxing after a ramble in the hills."
Irish Times, October 2012
"Ferreirola: I roamed the steep cobbled streets in search of Casa Ana… in what is quite possibly the most beautiful village in the Alpujarras… Casa Ana provides the ideal base for exploring this untamed wilderness. Anne Hunt has transformed a crumbling old family home into a stylish guest house with spectacular views of the river gorge from its courtyard, blooming with wisteria and roses."
Olive Press, October 2014
Writing retreats at Casa Ana - reviews
"Casa Ana in La Alpujarra is a peaceful retreat for writers… You’ll have your own tranquil en-suite bedroom to write in and views of the Alpujarra mountains (and plenty of strong coffee) to inspire you."
Woman and Home Magazine on Writers Retreats at Casa Ana, September 2014
"Hoping finally to write that novel? If so, Casa Ana in the village of Ferreirola in the Alpujarras in Andalusia is the perfect place to start."