Let me start by saying that Zulay - and Diego, who was helping her - are wonderfully kind people, who go beyond themselves to help.
The flat itself is exactly as you see it in the pics. The little terrace is super lovely. Bed really firm and nice. Kitchen and living room area are simple and well designed.
On the minus side, if you want to cook buy all the essentials (oil, salt, etc.) as the apartment doesn't have them.
If you travel in June or September be aware of 'Toro', the day when they release bulls in the village streets - unless you plan to go specifically for that. They erect huge barriers blocking all access-roads so Puçol is completely closed to traffic. Finding a safe place to park my rented car was difficult.
Zulay and Diego were super helpful throughout.
It was technically not possible to check-in before 9:30PM, until one of the many batches of bulls had cleared the village. By around 8:30pm a local family from the village - whom I didn't know and whom I had met by one of the barriers - had allowed me to leave my luggage in their home and invited me to dinner (Spanish sense of hospitality at its best - I had a wonderful evening with this incredibly kind, fun, amazing family!). All under the watchful eye of Diego and Zulay who were helpful and on call.
I ended up checking in at around midnight (we had to negotiate around bull schedules - not joking here!) and the door lock broke. Diego immediately came to the rescue but it wasn't until the next morning that a locksmith was called (impossible to access the village, bulls run until 4am). Although I had to leave all my possessions in a flat whose door didn't shut at all, the main building door downstairs was locked at all times, and I felt safe, as the village is small and people know each other. It is a beautiful pueblo indeed.
So if you like traditional 'Toro' festivities then this apartment is in the middle of it, excellently placed. If not, check with Zulay when to avoid them in June and September.