Dream home away from home

Romantic Holiday Hideaway in Gaucín, Andalucía, Southern Spain


Casita Mosaica From: The Wards, UK
Date: July 2014

The perfect place to spend a week of our honeymoon.

*****
From: Kainaz Sethna & family, Mumbai
Date: May 2014

Casa Mosaica and La Casita are truly a dream home away from home. The house was perfect and we will always treasure the time we spent here.
Casita Mosaica From: Peter Flemming, Scotland
Date of Stay: June 2014

Thank you, thank you, thank you for a wonderful time. This is a special place full of beauty, mystery, peace and dreams.

It has all been hosted with integrity, kindness and warmth. The gardens, mosaics and pool will swirl in our heads with child like pleasure. I will survey the world from the Casita’s tower in my dreams forever.

A stay never to forget.
The garden at Casa Mosaica From: Alberto, Sue and Lili Saro-Callister
Date: October 2013 to April 2014

"This house is unlike any house we have rented before because it feels like a home - it’s comfortable, cosy and full of beautiful things" - Sue

"Sue, Lili and I have been living in the Casita whilst we look for a permanent home in Gaucin. It is a wonderful and cosy home, providing us with a peaceful and very inspiring location. Our daughter Lili has a wonderful garden where she can play and explore in complete safety and enjoy the company of her school friends.

As photographers we look for an area that will help us to get away from the intensity of our commercial work and the house that Emma has created provides us with a unique environment from which to hold our photographic courses." - Alberto
pink flowers in the garden at Casa Mosaica From: Larry & Diana,, Portland Oregon USA
Date: September 2013

Everything about this space inside and outside, it's beauty and it's feeling is special. We would love to return one day. Meantime the photos live on.

We feel very lucky to share your home. Muchos Gracias.
Roses in the garden at Casa Mosaica
From: Andrew Forbes
Date of Stay: August 2013

The uneven and cracked road heading inland to the vertiginous village of Gaucin causes even the most sturdy and robust car to bounce and bump along. It winds through rolling pastures, punctuated by huge electric wind turbines, before climbing up from a river valley, to the 'balcón de la Serranía'.

Arriving into the village, strategically positioned high up in the mountains, overlooking the coast, Gibraltar and the north African coast, it doesn’t take much imagination to understand why it’s called the ‘balcony’ of this Serrania mountain area. Read full article at andaluciadiary.com