The welcome tea and home-made cakes, the hotch-potch of patios, the quirky furnishings, the next-door allotment – this is a family home. Originally the flour-miller’s house – on a steep lane off the tiny square of this enchantingly pretty, lively village – grandsons Raul and Florentino have converted it with flair and fun. Traditional stone outside, interiors are bright, cool and uncluttered. The beamed, open-plan living area has a reclaimed wood table, Moroccan rugs and crackling chimenea; immediately relaxing. A well-planned kitchen means you can cook supper if you fancy a change from the homely village eateries. Super-fit Raul – his breakfasts are very healthy or very Spanish; produce from their allotment – can advise on recipes and local produce. White bedrooms, with stunning views of rooftops and mountains, are bright with hand-painted furniture, quirky murals and colourful duvets. Most have balconies, one a terrace. Two big bathrooms are inventive yet slick. Swim, kayak, bird-watch, hike; relax under fruit trees in colourful patios or in the renewable energy-heated roof-top plunge-pool. Charming, thoughtful owners; restful vibes.