The Town House - Andalucia

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Chic townhouse B&B in the heart of Marbella‘s old town

Minutes from the beach, The Town House sits on a pretty cobbled square in Marbella’s old town. It feels rather like an airy private home, with a stunning roof terrace and wrap-around views.

Come Here For...
  • A townhouse treat near Marbella’s Golden Mile.
  • Feeling all-white on the pretty roof terrace.
  • A pension run with passion.

Hit the spot
On a shady square in Marbella’s picturesque old town.

There's a bar/lounge on the ground floor and a wonderful roof terrace for breakfast and drinks..

Good to know
Exuberant bell-ringing from the nearby church may wake you earlier than planned.

Essential info
There is free guest parking.
Dog are welcome at a charge of £15 per night. This includes a Doggy pack with a bed, brush, food and water bowls, blankets and doggy bags.
Welcome. High tea is available from 17.00, and no under 8’s are allowed in the restaurant after 19.00.
Calle Alderete, Marbella, Malaga, 29601, Spain


Nine rooms

Special features
Beautifully designed rooms have plasma TVs a, air conditioning and (in some) internet access. Two rooms have a bathtub in addition to a shower.

Pillow Talk
Room 9 is the honeymooners' favourite, with its private terrace. Room 6 has a handsome carved four-poster, while 8 has a roomy bathroom and round window.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Have a late breakfast and sip your coffee on the suntrap roof terrace with views of Mount La Concha, or in the downstairs lounge/bar.

Both full and continental breakfast is served until 11am.

Room service


See & Do
Explore the pretty cobbled streets and squares of old Marbella, and take the boardwalk to the millionaire's row of yacht-lined Puerto Banus. There are plenty of nearby beach clubs where you can rent sunbeds and towels, including Beach Club El Fuerte, Marbella Club and sought-after Nikki Beach. Marbella's golden palm-lined beaches have promenades, parasols, hammocks and bars, not to mention a variety of watersports. Prefer to head out of town? Ronda and other old Andalucian towns are easily reached.

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