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El Molino de los Abuelos

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Reviewed 29 October 2016 via mobile

Together with my two good friends we had a delicious lunch today in the very nice garden in the hotel El Molino de los Abuelos. After an interesting walk in the very nice little white mountain city Comares, we were served the lunch which tasted very well. The staff were very nice to us. The view from the restaurant garden...

Thank Lars K
Paris, France
Reviewed 28 October 2016

This place is the natural completing link, added to the unmatched panoramic views from Comares and the overall Andalucian vibe. Soaked with the history of region and family, olive oil press and mill included.Great boutique hotel. Having stayed there and meeting Carlos i recommend calling him in advance for details and all around info (we did not; will next time)....

Thank Boaz H
Reviewed 14 September 2016

It is called a Hotel, but it is really a B&B with about 7 rooms and a restaurant. It is historic and quite beautiful in the middle of the tiny, immaculate town of Comares, high in the mountains above the Costa del Sol. The manager spoke excellent English, the old olive pressing equipment is still there. It is a very...

Thank sail0r
Reviewed 25 June 2016 via mobile

A wonderful afternoon yesterday with great company, stunning views and sublime food. Thanks to Carlos and his team at Molino de los Abuelos for a superb experience. Jane and Luc, Casa de Pepe, La Alqueria, Comares

Thank Luc W
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 June 2016

We had an impromptu 3 night stay here when our other accommodation fell through nearby, and it was such a pleasant surprise. The beautiful old mill is a lovely little oasis with amazing views across Velez Malaga to the sea. The staff are all incredibly friendly and helpful and went out of their way to make sure we had a...

Thank cc042016
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 June 2016

My wife and I visited the restaurant and bar area on three occasions during our two weeks staying locally. We had not witnessed the venue prior to its reopening in May of this year, but were totally sold by the overall service, which was very warm and friendly along with great food and stunning views from the terrace. The two...

Thank _mhartshorn
Salisbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 June 2016

This restored and renovated olive mill is wonderful. It is full of antique furniture, pictures and real family photographs. Our room was more like a suite with a huge sitting room, bathroom and the use of a small kitchen. The views from the balcony were unbelievable, over the mountains to the Mediterranean. The staff were were outstanding in their attention...

Thank fhcant
Brighton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 July 2014 via mobile

We had evening meal here for a family of 5. 140 euro all in with wine, starters, main and dessert. Food was good - best was squid starter, chicken main and cheesecake dessert. Goat was fatty and boney but hey, that's goat for you. Ambience and service was fab. What a view from the outside dining courtyard down to the...

Thank Phil A
Reviewed 5 June 2014

My husband and I, and my sister and her husband stayed for just one night at El Molino on Saturday 31st May 2014. What an amazing place - it goes without saying that the views are fantastic, but this hotel is an absolute delight. We booked room Dario and were amazed at the size of the suite. The hotel is...

Thank Troots
Malaga, Spain
Reviewed 30 November 2013

I cannot comment on the hotel/B&B side, as I only had lunch here. This is a delightful place in what was once an olive oil mill. The interior is full of character and charm. We ate as a group of 10 in the inner patio, and the charming Uruguayan manager allowed us to bring in the three dogs in our...

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Boutique Hotel Molino de los Abuelos is an old oil mill located in the town square in Comares, a historical village situated on top of a steep hill overlooking a stunning landscape. It is an immense natural watchtower which dates back to a handful of centuries. Molino de los Abuelos dates back to the 1800’s, when the owners of this building exploited part of it using olive press to obtain olive oil. This house-mill is located in the town square but the views are stunning due to an old Patio located in a beautiful courtyard which makes the visitor relax while contemplating the beauty of the surroundings. In the Cellar, you can admire each and every one of the tools that millers used in milling, from the pylons which emptied the oil, where they weighed the olives, the press, the hopper, etc. All perfectly preserved through time. While all curiosities can be admired, visitors can taste some delicious and varied snacks along with a worthy wine from the Montes which will delight the most discerning palates. The Restaurant located in the Old Factory, where guests will enjoy the beauty of every single one of the pieces that decorate this environment, all preserved and restored with exquisite awareness and can taste the elaborated traditional kitchen with the typical dishes from Comares, suitable for all diners. In Molino de los Abuelos you will discover a whole new experience that will merge you with the past of this lovely town while you admire the stunning views and taste the finest cuisine allowing you to reach the relax you deserve. ... more   less 

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Address: Plaza Balcon de La Axarquia 2, 29195 Comares, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Malaga > Costa del Sol > Comares
Hotel Class:3 star — El Molino de los Abuelos 3*
Number of rooms: 7
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“There is a big room for four that has a fireplace and seating area.”
B0azH, 28 Oct 2016 | Read review
“You can see the rooms on the internet. A second floor room will have a better breeze if you go during the hot season.”
sail0r, 14 Sep 2016 | Read review
“All rooms are different and quite unique.”
fhcant, 20 Jun 2016 | Read review
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