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To Stay

Book to stay at The Little Wooden House

The famous 'Little Wooden House' is now open to creatives who need new inspiration, a change of scenery, a little retreat, a haven to start a new creative project or a break away to disconnect with the world and reconnect with you!

Calling all creatives, writers, artists, musicians, painters, designers, song writers and poets! You can now book to stay in The Little Wooden House.

Set in a stunning organic orchard in the Andalusian mountains you can not help but be inspired by nature, views, wild flowers, blue skies, sunshine, animals, walks and beauty. The house has everything you would need including a kitchen, bathroom with shower, mezzanine bedroom, lounge area and shaded terrace under the olive trees. Air conditioning is available through the summer months and WiFi is connected but we encourage you to disconnect as much as possible to help your creative process.

For that extra bit of support or inspiration, daily one to one creative sessions can be booked separately and will be held at The Farmhouse on the same land. Or alternatively feel free to completely disconnect and get lost in your own process.

If this speaks to you and you hear those 'inner whispers' calling then drop us an email at edenwhispers@aol.com telling us the dates you would like to book and how you feel this would benefit your creative practise. We can't wait to meet you x

THE AREA:

If you are traveling from overseas the nearest airport is Malaga, which is a 45 minute drive away from The Little Wooden House. The house sits in the mountains just 5 minutes from the pretty whitewashed village of Monda, 20 minutes from the beaches and Old Town of Marbella. In Monda there is a local organic market, a castle, a spa and yoga centre, cafes and plenty of beautiful walks and spots to explore.

The House...

The Little Wooden House on George Clarke's Amazing Spaces
The Little Wooden House on Amazing Spaces

¨As tiny spaces go, this is special. A breath-taking small space paradise in the Spanish sun.¨ Architect George Clarke

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