Situated just outside Granada in southern Spain, El Amparo is a beautiful Spanish farmhouse B&B, in the style of a traditional rural hotel of Andalucia. Surrounded by olive groves and wheat fields, Nick and Jody’s personal and friendly approach has seen El Amparo become a favourite with groups and families travelling to this area, which is reflected in their very positive TripAdvisor ranking.
Ideally located for visiting the cities of Granada, Cordoba and Seville, it is a place of calm and tranquility, offering guests a romantic getaway, and an escape from the pressures of life, whilst still ensuring those creature comforts.
We love hosting groups at El Amparo as it makes it much easier to cater for special requirements to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. If you are a party of 10-14 people and would like the exclusive use of El Amparo for 7 or 14 days, please contact us via email for extra discounts!
“Wonderfully welcoming atmosphere”
This is far from my first visit to El Amparo. I keep coming back,
and find it a wonderful place to work a little, rest a little,
and relax a lot.
“A haven in Andalucia”
After visiting several cities in Spain, Madrid, Seville and Barcelona, it was a welcome relief to find El Amparo.
Although you feel you are in the heart of the countryside it is only a short drive to Granada city.
“A wonderful place to stay - we've been three times!”
The surrounding countryside is spectacular, the local villages are
charming and El Amparo is a great base for exploring Granada and
surrounds. Follow Jeff’s recommendations and you can’t go wrong.
“Wonderful Bed and Breakfast”
El Amparro is a beautiful, quiet place nestled in the mountains.
We have a family of 6 and had no trouble with accommodations.
The owner and staff were delightful!
“Beautiful road cycling, idyllic location”
The wouldn’t hesitate to recommend El Amparo for road cyclists or just
for a relaxing holiday. There is so much to do and to look at
(and to eat) in the surrounding area, and Jeff is such an impeccable host,
that it would be difficult to go anywhere else in Spain!