Welcome to Cloud House Farm, a secluded mountain hideaway located deep in the hills of the Andalucian Rio Genal Valley just 1hr from Ronda close to the white washed village of Genalguacil and set against the spectacular backdrop of the Sierra Bermeja Mountain range.
Perfectly located for adventure and discovery amongst Andalucia’s most spectacular hiking routes, Cloud House Farm offers a unique self catering holiday experience way off the beaten track.
Featuring its own natural spring, the farm is completely off grid with solar panels as their main energy source. Set within 17 acres of mountainous cork oak forest, Cloud House Farm offer an intimate haven amongst the trees.
Here you can enjoy the thrill and tranquility of sleeping in one of our double rooms in the wild, complete with its own access, wooden deck platforms, private outdoor kitchen and shower house.
We provide self catering family rooms with private bathrooms.
The Farm House and the handcrafted outdoor spaces are set cocooned amongst the trees, the perfect retreat complete with their own access.
Each is cleverly positioned on a secluded terrace amongst a few acres of private Mediterranean forest. The private rooms have their own rustic outdoor kitchen & shower room, wooden decked platforms, shaded pergolas and seating areas.
The family rooms are suitable as either a couple’s hideaway or a comfortable abode for a family of four.
The Woodland View boasts spectacular views of the Genal Valley, while the Orange Grove View offers fresh orange juice each morning, straight off the tree.
The windows are equipped with mesh netting to keep the bugs at bay.
Comfortable furnishing and bespoke pieces made by local craftsmen allow for practical storage.
Enjoy restful sleep with our Double bed and childrens futon beds complete with bedding and duvets.
Solar power (220v AC) runs the lights, ipod dock and charges your essentials.
Take in the mountain views while sunning yourself on the decking, or retreat to one of the hammocks perfectly situated under leafy trees for those lazy afternoons.