It’s been quite a while since my last blog. Why? Well, it’s been a busy time here in Cave Land. Since Cueva Limon opened in April of this year we have seen a steady flow of guests – family, friends, travellers from holiday booking sites like Airbnb etc. It has been full steam ahead and then more!
We have been proud to welcome many interesting people from all over the world to Cueva Limon. A few lovely guests have given us their own tips and ideas to the what they felt could benefit future guests. We just love constructive feedback.
From our own perspective, we have been able to see for ourselves what works well, which areas we can improve on and any changes we can implement to ensure future guests get the best possible holiday that we can provide.
The little things we have picked up from our guests are; to have a magnifying mirror in the main bedroom; to install the table tennis table inside the wood shed (it was far to hot most days to use the table out in the garden area) and; we have fine tuned the timing of when to prepare the hot water for the jacuzzi (remember it is heated by means of a wood burning stove). These little things keep our guest happy and that is what it’s all about.
On top of these small changes we are proud to announce that 2022 will end with 3 new experiences that we can offer to our future guests.
FIrstly, we are preparing a strip of land to be used for archery sessions. I have always wanted to do archery and, although rarely hit the target, I am really enjoying the experience. I hope our guests will too.
Secondly, we are building a double adult chair swing which will overlook the beautiful views we have at the front of our cave. This swing has been in the planning for quite a while and I purchased the seats two years ago so this is a long time coming. Hopefully, the wood is being delivered next week from Wood2Go and, with the help of a good friend, will be ready to use in a matter of weeks. I cannot wait. This is a similar image but ours will have proper seats to sit and relax after a tiring day in the jacuzzi.
Thirdly and not so exciting to most, is to insert the swing ball post into concrete. The base that comes with the set has not lasted long and is quite inadequate for hitting the ball any harder than a tap. Before you say ‘Isn’t swing ball a childs toy?”, I would reply that it was a fun game for any age. I love it and I’m the wrong side of 60. When it’s firmly cemented into the ground the game can really commence.
Hopefully, with the few minor changes and three good additions to enhance our guests experience, 2023 will be a great year for us all. Please take a look at Cueva Limon website and see what we can offer for your next holiday. Don’t forget, our prices stay the same all year round. My biggest pet hate is that prices rise during school holidays leaving families and people working within the constraints of school terms with often a massive rise in the cost of enjoying a holiday abroad. Take a look and if you have any questions please get in touch. http://www.caveholidays.com