Staying with your English speaking hosts in Spain
We have been living in this beautiful part of Spain with our children since January 2011 and would love to share this with you. We know where you can go for the best food and can give you advice on day trips and other activities. So stay with us and let us acquaint you with this attractive region of Andalucia.
Meet other cultures at our Bed and Breakfast farm in Andalucia
Our B&B is located in a typical Spanish farm in rural Andalucia and we love to make you feel at home. Take a day trip and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, the Spanish culture, the Andalucian towns and white villages and at the end of the day come back again and meet the other guests. During dinner you can exchange experiences and tips about the region, chat, and of course, have a laugh together.
Not so very many other languages besides Spanish are spoken in Andalucia, so we can help you in English if you need some help with a doctor’s visit, have car trouble, need to make a phone call or have some other problem.
Let’s introduce ourselves …
Jacco, the smiling optimist, is always in for a chat and likes to have you taste the local drinks. He cooks dinner every night and enjoys making everyone feel at home. You can never ask too much of him.
Riët takes care of the children and is the creative and administrative brain behind the Bed and Breakfast. She decorates the guest rooms and is the creator of the lively murals in all the rooms. And she loves the outdoor life of the farm.
Three Dutch blondes born in Spain
Juliëtte, born on 15 May 2011 is a real creator. Cutting, pasting, drawing and painting is what she loves to do. She is a real water rat, likes to play with other children and cares lovingly for all the animals who cross her path. A feisty girly girl.
Luuk born on 4 March 2013 loves everything to do with a ball. He’s a star on the trampoline and likes to play (football) with other children. A sporty dreamer.
Jesse, born on 31 January 2016, is our biggest bad guy ;-). This funny little rascal loves to sing, dance and climb. He’s nuts about his brother and sister.
Our Bed and Breakfast dog
Late (pronounced Lat-eh), our farm dog, gives everyone an enthusiastic welcome and loves all guests who give him some attention. He also likes to play with children.
English in Andalucia
In the village we now have Spanish friends and a surrogate family. We regularly celebrate life with them. Our guests always like to join us to meet this friendly family and experience the Spanish culture. And they, in turn, like to meet all our guests and try to speak a few words of English!