Boris Johnson He is enjoying a few days off in Andalusia, specifically in the town of Benahavís (Marbella) with his wife and 17-month-old son, taking advantage of the fact that he does not have to return to their seats until October 18. A news that has caused a stir in the United Kingdom due to the fuel crisis that they are going through at the moment, costing him a wave of criticism.
In fact, some politicians have not hesitated to come to the fore to defend it, such as Trade Minister Kwasi Kwarteng: “In the last year and a half it has been on the verge of lose your life due to covid, and his mother has recently passed away. It is normal that you have decided to have a little break. It seems very reasonable to me ”.
As expected, the chosen accommodation would not be modest, and it has been rented a villa whose cost is around 26,000 euros week And that does not have to envy the most luxurious resorts in the world. It is a construction on a farm of 600 hectares that grant you the desired privacy in a rural setting where you can enjoy both the mountains and the sea. Tramores TowerAs it is called, it is an old farmhouse completely remodeled that has a three-storey villa and another guest house attached.
The architecture follows a Spanish style, very careful, where the rooms are also spacious and very bright. The main property It distributes the space into 3 spacious suite-type rooms and another two rooms that share a bathroom. It also has a library, office, cellar, games room and a cinema room so that the whole family can enjoy it to the fullest. It also includes an independent apartment with a separate entrance made up of two other suite-type bedrooms and a small living room.
For its part the guest House, located just two minutes from the main villa, has three bedrooms en suite as well as an independent garden with a private pool, gazebo, barbecue and a lounge where you can relax.
As you can see in the video, in both houses every detail is taken care of to perfection, from textiles to the simplest ornaments, to create a comfortable and welcoming environment that reflects rural luxury under the ‘made in Spain’ seal.
It should be noted that this municipality is one of the richest enclaves in Malaga and has been chosen by more British celebrities to spend their holidays, such as the Princess Diana, the actor Hugh Grant or the former prime minister Tony Blair, who in 2012 also stayed here.