This is Fernando, our villa chef. He is available to provide amazing food on special occasions for all your guests. Alfonso, our villa waiter is a qualified sommelier and a cigar expert. Prices for a multi-course Spanish sampling menu are very reasonable. It varies according to the choice and quantity of dishes but is generally the price of a good steak per head and that includes waiting staff. After the meal, take Alfonso up to the private bar where he is an excellent barkeeper while the rest of the staff tidy up the kitchen and dining areas.
At our lowest rate - Silverfield Villa, when fully occupied, costs around £35 per person per night. By taking advantage of our current special offer that price reduces to less than £30. That's less than a cheap hotel for one of the finest properties in Spain! Larger families are often forced to book expensive suites or extra rooms in hotels to accommodate their children - our bunk rooms offer a great alternative - and the kids love them!
We have an arrangement with a local transport company to provide services to our guests at excellent rates. For small groups (up to 4), the cars are Mercedes S class, for medium groups (up to 7) they provide Mercedes Viano vans and for larger groups buses like the one shown which can seat up to 24 with room for luggage. All vehicles are very new and in excellent condition. The drivers are smartly dressed and will come into the airport with name cards to help with baggage when doing airport transfers.
Silverfield Villa is more than just a place to book and stay. Our service offers a wide range of assistance with your holiday. We can arrange airport transportation, a personal chef, children's entertainment, daily cleaning, ski/hillwalking guides, tours of Granada or even a band to play on the main deck! The villa is ideal for special occasions, corporate use and sporting trips. We can help, whatever your preference...
Granada (not Grenada, Grenada is a country in the Caribbean) is in the south of Spain and is capital of the province known by the same name, with a population of 265,000 inhabitants and is located at the foot of Sierra Nevada.
Distances to Granada by road from various Spanish cities: Madrid, 433 km; Cadiz, 454 km; Malaga, 128 km; Seville, 251 km. Granada's airport is 15 km away from the city on the road to Malaga. Sierra Nevada is 30 km and Granada tropical coast is 65 km away from the city.
Granada's climate is excellent, with clean healthy air and clear and cheerful skies. Strong winds, fog and snow are rare. The Granada region offers Spain's richest variety of climate and landscape, from the alpine vegetation of the Sierra Nevada to the tropical coast of Motril.
Granada offers some of Europe's highest mountains, the Sierra Nevada being the principal mountain range whose peaks are snow covered all year; they reach their maximum altitude in Mulhacen (3,481 m), Veleta (3,470 m) and Alcazaba (3,314 m).
Many restaurants in Granada offer outdoor dining. A wide variety of dishes are served until late in the evening in the warm air. A perfect way to end a day in the city or on the slopes.
The Alhambra was the royal palace of the Moorish kings. It was built between the XIII and the XIV centuries and was the crown jewel of the Emirate of Granada, whose territories stretched from part of Córdoba, Sevilla, Jaén, Murcia and Cádiz, to the whole of Almería, Málaga and Granada.