From my perspective, the most difficult task of coordinating a great foodie adventure is to find the perfect place to call home for the week. Endless inquiries, several scouting trips and I’m happy to say we’ve found it in Spain. The requirement is – first and foremost a kitchen the chef can cook in with a good variety of equipment, ample counter space, gas range with a minimum of 6 burners, a full size oven and if we’re lucky a place to grill. It sounds like a simple task, but looking at kitchens through out Spain, Tuscany and France I know first hand Americans are very lucky.
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We know adults on vacation require an en suite bathroom, that’s non-negotiable
and so this becomes the second most difficult part of my task.
We look for 8-9 bedrooms with baths and all rooms must be of the same luxurious standards,
the option for twin beds is an added bonus and allows us to accommodate friends traveling together.
A variety of room sizes allow us to price the rooms at three prices; Master, Deluxe and Traditional.
Over the years we’ve learned our travelers have a variety of interests, to ensure everyones comfort
we look for several comfortable sitting areas – inside & out,
WiFi and Laundry facilities.
enjoy the warmth of 70 degrees and see fresh snow on the mountain tops. We have access to hundreds of miles of secluded hiking trails
right out the front door or simply walk to the pool – your choice… Inside or Out!
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