Historic House

No.4 is located within a 500 year old Spanish villa, directly in the centre of the old town. It is said to be one of the oldest existing houses in the town. The story has it the house used to belong to the famous Spanish composer Ricardo Benavent Feliu in the 19th century, Ricardo left the villa to his two sons. After his death the house was split into 2 parts, and one of them became No4.


The house has been tastefully upgraded after a process of renovation spanning 5 years and includes not only aesthetic refurbishments but also structural improvements. The freshly renovated villa offers unique rustic interiors with its stone walls, Tosca arches, high ceilings, and Moorish furnishings and décor. The designers tried to combine the local historic influences with more contemporary features to give the interior a fresh yet nostalgic look and feel.


Amenities

No4 offers guests a relaxed and comprehensive introduction to traditional Spanish life, whilst keeping the luxury that a boutique villa has to offer, locally sourced wines are available at any point, via the wonderfully stocked bar.


Locally sourced breakfast

The area surrounding Benissa is well knows for some of the best quality fruits and vegetables in the country. We offer freshly prepared continental, freshly prepared and locally sourced breakfast, we use traditional specialities like aioli, tomato salsa, freshly squeezed orange juice, croissants, yoghurts, jams, honey, freshly baked local bread.


Our Tea and a Coffee is supplied from our UK partner and coffee specialists Café Plenty, boasting a custom blend and loose leaf teas.


We know how important breakfast is, especially when on holiday and we aim to give the freshest and best quality ingredients to fuel your adventure.


Benissa Town

No.4 is located in a beautiful medieval Spanish town on the Costa Blanca. The historic town centre has beautifully preserved old town houses, narrow streets, full of colourful tiles and ornaments.


Benissa is a dream for architecture, coffee and food aficionados, from the old Spanish family houses to the wide range of Tapas and coffee bars offering a varied range of local and other cuisines


Throughout the year the town offers fantastic fiestas, an array of local food markets and vintage markets only a short journey away.


The local area has got a lot to offer, from sightseeing, shopping and exploring Spain’s spectacular coastline,


Sports like, windsurfing, sailing, horse riding and many others are all at your fingertips. This part of Costa Blanca is also famous among cyclist, as it’s challenging and diverse landscape provides a challenge to both road and mountain bikers alike