We had a lovely restful stay in this stylish, spacious house, and the region is incredibly beautiful. We loved walking along the coast paths where you can see the mountains rising dramatically behind you, and coming off the beach you may find yourself walking beside fields filled with long horned cows with rattling cow bells. There are plenty of different types of beaches, I liked the more remote ones like Playa de San Antonio and our sons loved the surfers beach Playa de San Antonin. The house is at the top of the village where the hills start to get steeper so that the terrace opens out onto woodland and a field so this feels quite private and peaceful. I had thought I might be bothered by the autoroute being so close, but you only hear a slight hum of traffic which you soon don't notice, and it is very useful for visiting nearby towns. Immediately behind the house, the Camino de Santiago footpath will take you to the next village, Navas, in about 10 minutes, which is a bit bigger than Villahormes and has a couple of bars and a Sidreria that also do food. We particularly enjoyed eating at Casa Raul's, and were lucky enough to be there for the fiesta. Villahormes has a small bar, Casa Angelica's, which doubles as a shop and has fresh bread, and other basics. The nearest supermarket is in Posada.
One thing to be aware of is that the lanes within Villahormes are quite narrow and access to the spacious garage requires careful maneuvering, so best not to arrive like we did after leaving for the airport at 3 am and arriving tired having driven 4 hours in a large, unfamiliar rental car!