We spent nearly 10 days in the casa. David is a great host, he brought us lots of vegetables from his garden and eggs from his hens. He was available via text during our stay and would always stop to say hello and enquire about our well being. He is a genuinely nice and caring person. The casa itself was beautifully furnished, and with much taste. There were 2 fans, and these were enough for us (1st 2 weeks of September), except on the hottest day of the year (48 degrees C!). The property is beautiful, and enormous. 2 swimming pools (one is more like a basin), both very nice, a river pool, numerous benches, chairs, deck chairs and swings are scatterred all over the place, and there's even a path that goes around the "finca" and allows you to experience it in all its glory. There were lots and lots of animals (peacocks, hens, roosters & chickens, ducks, a guinea fowl, guinea pigs, a pig, 3 dogs, 2 horses, a donkey, sheep, cats, rabbits, a pheasant....), some roaming free. We loved seeing them (and feeding them) every day. We didn't mind all of the night noises, but if you need complete silence to sleep, forget about the casa, or bring ear plugs. The wi-fi worked fine, although outside only. As for the downside: the casa is one of *5* rentals (the casa being the smallest). At the height of the season, this means sharing the whole experience with as many as 20 other people. The quiet of the place is therefore dependent on who your neighbours are, as the casa is facing the lawn and is sandwiched between 2 other rentals. Unfortunately, we weren't lucky in the neighbour department. As a result, we frequently had to escape to one of the many quieter corners of the finca, but we would have liked to be able to enjoy quiet meals out on the patio every once in a while. It sometimes felt like we were on a campsite, or back at home, in our flat, when everybody is out on their balcony. If you take care to avoid school holidays and week ends, you may be ok. Your tolerance levels may also be different from ours.