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Casaroc – Sella Bunkhouse

Phone 00 34 699226041

Sella – the best place to stay for climbing in the Costa Blanca

Our 2 houses in the centre of Sella village have spectacular terraces looking across to the Puig Campana

We have apartments sleeping 4 or 6, and bunkhouse rooms and beds

House for 4 = €480.00 Bunkhouse bed for one = €20.00

Casaroc began looking after climbers in 1989 – we have a lot of experience.

This is why we are different:

  • Clean, comfortable quality accommodation.
  • Wi-Fi in all the houses
  • Terraces with barbecue
  • Houses for 4 – €480.00 per week ( = €17.00 ppp night) including bedlinen, towels
  • House for 6/7 = €600 per week (=€14.00 ppp night)
  • Bunkhouse nights = €20.00 per person including bedlinen, towels
  • Good hot water and shower facilities
  • 3km from Sella crags
  • 50 mins from Alicante airport
  • DVD and paperback libraries
  • 100 yards from Sella´s shops, bars, cashpoint and banks
  • 15 minutes from AP7motorway – Sella is signposted.
  • Central base for climbing at Toix, Calpe, Marin, Guadalest, Cabezón d´Or etc
  • We actively support the local economy
  • UK direct phone 020 719 329 49
  • Mobile: 0034 699226041
  • Just Google “Sella Accommodation”
  • website =

Casaroc: Two twin bedrooms, possible 5th bed, full-sized bath, big terrace and barbecue
Roc House: Since 1989; bunkhouse beds or rent all three rooms, 6/7 beds.
La Casa Grande:both houses joined opening the door between, 5 bedrooms, 10/12 beds

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8 Reviews for Casaroc – Sella Bunkhouse

  1. Tasneem Ali said on

    We have just returned from a fantastic climbing trip in Sella. Staying at Casaroc and Roc house have been an absolute joy. The accommodation is comfortable and charming. The facilities have been thought through and touches like the good wi-fi and BBQ are an added bonus. The views from the terrace are beautiful and great to watch the mountains and village with a beer! Steve has been generous and accommodating as our flights were arriving and departing very late. The access to the crag is minutes away and also easy to get to other climb areas in the Costa Blanca. Sella is a very friendly town with a gorgeous central square . We will definitely be back. Thank you Steve”

  2. Keri V said on

    We stayed in Casaroc for a week for our climbing holiday. Apartment was beautiful, clean, spacious and had all the necessities! (Pots, pans, kettle, plates etc as well as duvet, pillows and towels!). Comfy sofa with tv (USB in back!) and DVD player to watch climbing movies in the evenings :). ‘Bunk house’ doesn’t adequately describe it, as it is a lovely apartment with a balcony to sit outside too. The owner (Steve) is very friendly and accommodating! Sella is a beautiful village up in the mountains with a huge climbing area only 5-10 mins drive away (perfect!). Supermarket 20 mins away so you can stock up for the week and fresh bread from the village shop in the mornings. We found an excellent place to eat in Rust&Co in Relleu (15mins away & well worth a visit). So not only a great place & apartment for climbers but for families, couples & adventurers! Casaroc really was a lovely place to stay and I’d recommend to all :)

  3. Vince Ryan said on

    Great week climbing in Sella bunkhouse. Steve was really accomodating, and the bunkhouse was really high standard of accomodation. Sella climbing just 4k down the road is really great area, with loads to do for all levels. Then loads of other great climbing in the Benidorm area also good. We enjoyed climbing in Guadalest and Toix, on the coast too. On the last day, we had a badly timed problem with our rental car getting a puncture, and then the spare wheel frustratingly also being flat. Steve was really helpful, as we contacted him late saturday night, and he happily sorted out organising a a taxi to get us back to Alicante airport late on, and held onto the keys to give to the rental company, who came to pick the car up after we’d flown home. Couldn’t have asked for more from a holiday Landlord – highly recommend Sella bunkhouse.

  4. Susie Stavert said on

    I booked for myself and seven friends for a climbing holiday in April and we stayed at Casaroc for the week and I couldn’t have asked for anything better. Clean, spacious, comfortable with a well-stocked kitchen (lots of pots, pans etc) and a great vibe. Absolutely ideal for cooking every night and eating on the balcony overlooking the valley after the long day’s climbing! Gorgeous views, easy driving to the Costa Blanca crags and a quiet village atmosphere. Free quality wifi, well stocked with dvd’s and books and large fridges to cater for hungry climbers too! Definitely not a bunkhouse feel – more like a home away from home. Steve was great to deal with and there were no problems with booking or payments at any stage. I can’t recommend it highly enough and wouldn’t dream of staying anywhere else when I go back for more climbing!

  5. Matt Everett said on

    We (Swansea University mountaineering club) just got back from an awesome week of climbing whilst staying at the Casaroc, Roc house and La Casita de las Nubes. I can totally recommend the accommodation for many reasons.
    This was our first time in Spain so we were a bit confused, but Steve (the landlord) gave us a great set of directions and maps locating the houses as well as bare necessessties. We turned up to meet him and welcomed us with a smile (much needed after an early morning flight).
    We expected the typical bunkhouse routine of ‘shotguning’ some floorspace under the roof to sleep on. We were pleasantly surprised to find actual beds with ACTUAL duvets and pillows! Fantastic! That alone made it awesome but the superiority continues. The bunkhouses on the top road have a magnificent view of the surrounding mountain ranges, and there was nothing better than eating cereal outside while the sun rose in the morning. The barbecue at the Casaroc also went down a treat on the first night and ensured spirits remained high.
    I really could go on for a long time about the proximity to crags, local shops, facilities on site, but basically they’re all fantastic and next time we go to spain we’ll hopefully be visiting Steve again if he’s free.
    Thanks for a great week Steve!
    Matt Ev

  6. Steve H said on

    I stayed at Casaroc for the first time this year, we were impressed from the beginning. we booked at short notice and Steve Green (the landlord) was very accomodating! Arriving at a newly refurbished 3 bed apartment was wonderful, 7-8min drive away from the sella crags, right in Sella town, which seems quiet at first but theres plently to keep you busy, a perfect place to unwind after a long day at the crag! There’s even wifi too!
    If you are a group and heading to explore the sella crags, would highly recommend casaroc bunkhouse, position is perfect and the cost is actually very good! The bonus on top of it all is that they beautifully presented apartments with a great view and terrace!
    Hopefully will be returning for more soon! Enjoy!

  7. Andy Blakely said on

    A brilliant place to stay in a genuine mountain village with easy access to the Sella crags. Lots of walking from the village and much easier to get further inland to access other fine walks. Being away from the coastal strip the roads are mostly empty and it’s easy to get to the other crags without getting snarled up in traffic.
    I must have stayed there half a dozen times (at least) since Liz & Steve started up their business and the accommodation really is great. Liz & Steve are great hosts and they go the extra mile to ensure your stay is comfortable. The Wi-Fi access was a bonus and Casa Roc is a very comfortable home from home (except there are a lot of DVDs which I haven’t yet watched!) – highly recommended!

  8. Bob A said on

    I’ve stayed in Casaroc Sella for the past three years on winter climbing trips. The location of this authentic Spanish village is superb, being very conveniently placed for all the rock climbing areas on the Costa Blanca; there are just so many crags the area has potential for numerous visits. The weather is invariably stable at the perfect temperature with lots of sunshine, a week here in the first quarter of the year is great preparation for the start of the UK climbing season.
    To advertise Casaroc as “Bunkhouse” accommodation is a bit of a misnomer really; all of the properties I have used are effectively up-market holiday apartments which are equipped to the highest standards, spotlessly clean, extremely comfortable and very reasonably priced. My experience of sharing with other climbers has always been positive, not only socially, but in exchanging information and experiences from various climbing venues visited.
    The landlord, Steve Green, is cheerful and overwhelmingly obliging, always managing to find room for us irrespective of how busy he is.
    All in all, the place is perfect for climbers needing a convenient base or equally for a family break; I’ve done both and will be returning again. Highly recommended.

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