The villa was lovely and very conveniently located for supermarket, beach, town centre and v nice local restaurant and cafe. Also walking distance, even with suitcase, from station.
House had a great roof terrace and was well equipped and comfy-beds and sofas.
On the downside, it was quite expensive and the fittings were not quite 5 star, eg slightly scratchy polycotton sheets, thin towels and old style showers. All were adequate for the purpose though and didn't spoil our stay, just not 'luxury'. Also a bit skimpy on the amount of toilet roll left to 'greet us'!
The biggest problem however was the proximity of the main Barcelona railway line to the front of the house with trains between 4.45am and midnight and track maintenance on some nights in between. This made the front bedrooms too noisy with the windows open and too hot with them shut. OK if you are a heavy sleeper or use earplugs.
Otherwise everything else was lovely, staff at Casas Catalunya v...