I live in my house and offer 2 bed and breakfast rooms with private bathrooms, and a pool, parking inside secure gate, on 6500sq mtrs of garden. A car or motorbike is absolutely essential. We are in a rural area, with Spanish neighbours who are mostly weekenders. Guests can help themselves to tea and coffee, and can have some space in the fridge. Breakfast is included, and usually I offer home-made organic bread, spreads, fresh fruit, and seasonal juice. Cooking is not permitted, but cold salads etc. can be brought in to eat in the house or the garden.
Guest room 1 has large single beds (104 cm) and an ensuite bathroom (bath with shower). Guest room 2 has smaller beds and an ensuite shower room. I provide all bedding and towels, including pool towels; also shampoo and bath/shower gel.
Pets not permitted, as I have a mafia of cats that demand meals outside - they don't come in the house although some do hang around all day.
The area is mostly olive groves, which are great to walk around. A few minutes further are mountains with great exploring potential. Tabernas, the local village is 10 minutes drive and has more bars than I can count, and tapas are cheap. There's also supermarkets, etc. There's a restaurant a 3 minute drive away. A car is essential in this area.
Tabernas is famous for Europe's only desert. Fascinating area to walk through with amazing rock formations dating back to when this area was under the sea. The desert badlands: backdrop of numerous spagetti-westerns and other movies (eg Exodus, Game of Thrones) and adverts. There are 3 theme parks with daily gun-fights where the baddies always get their cum-uppance. There is Mini-Hollywood which also has a zoo; Fort Bravo; and Western Leone (which seems to struggle to be anything at all!).
Almeria circuit is less than 2km away. They have 2 international circuits, and is very busy with public and private events. It is used for corporate testing events for cars and bikes.
Beaches are in several directions - Cabo de Gata Natural Park is popular for small beaches, natural environment, and also villages with beachside restaurants etc. - from 45 minutes. Mojacar/Garrucha/Vera are brit-popular as well as with the Spanish. Beaches are long and often edged with restaurants. Between 35-45 minutes. Then there's Almeria beach, which has a lovely promenade taking you to the leafy squares and up to the Alcazaba (Moorish fort). Almeria is a small city, and very pleasant to walk around.