Competa Escapes - a collection of holiday rental townhouses
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Cómpeta Escapes is home to a collection of town houses for holiday rental in Cómpeta.
Following the success of No 9 Competa, we found that we could not escape to our holiday home because it was popular throughout the season. Moving to Cómpeta was a long-term goal and so a plan was formed to find another town house to renovate. The search was narrowed down to two beautiful projects, one larger and one smaller. Unfortunately, we could not decide as we loved both so much and so we are now the proud (perhaps mad) owners of three Cómpeta townhouses. No 9 already available for rental will be joined by No 17 and No 8, which will both be renovated to the same high standards as No 9.
All three town houses are located within a few steps of the Main Square, Plaza Almijara, with No 9 tucked away in the corner of the square itself. All three will feature pools, stunning roof top views, high-end quality furnishings, bespoke artwork and design, with the highest quality linens and towels for guest’s comfort.
Our reviews are very complimentary, and we are very proud of them, take a look and see what previous guests have enjoyed about No 9 and Competa.
We hope to be able to welcome you to one of the townhouses soon.
Nicki and Paul
Paul and Nicki
Interesting fact about No 9
In its former life No 9 housed donkeys at the back of the house, where there is now a courtyard swimming pool. This was common practice in mountain villages, the town houses can often be found with Bodegas of one form or another, because donkeys were a common form of transport through the narrow cobbled streets. There are not so many donkeys left nowadays, though a donkey welcomes you to the village and there are still many donkey tracks you can walk. No 9 donkeys used to enter and exit on the road behind, but there is no longer a gateway as the courtyard is now enclosed. You will see in the dining area of the courtyard that there are still the original donkey ring ties and to the left is where their manger was. Donkey translates as El Burro in Spanish.
The tradition of keeping our four legged friends indoors has not completely disappeared, if you wander towards the museum you will see a horse who pokes his head from an upstairs window in an apartment near the museum.
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