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HOTEL DESCRIPTION: This old mansion in Arcos de la Frontera has preseved the rustic spirit of the palaces from the Cadiz mountain range.In 1729, the Nuñez de Prado family built this "señorial"house that has stood for 275 years. A curios wooden hanging on one of the walls in the Patio tell us about the origins of the house. Looking down the cliff, the spirit of this solid and welcoming mansion still rocks to the strong Levante wind and sleeps during the midday sun.
Each room is different, and so are their bathrooms:hydraulic or terracota floor tiles, whitewashed walls, stuccos.
What they all have in common is their wooden beams, ceramic tiles specially designed for each room, hand woven bedspreads and carpets made in Arcos, pieces of antique or desinger furniture.
Each detail has been choosen carefully.
The are equiped with air-conditioning, radio, CD or cassette player, TV, telephone and hair-dryer.
What used to be the old refuse storeroom at the to of the house it is now this beautiful room with old floors and wooden beams that opens onto the roof terrace. Ceramic tiles specially designed, hand woven bedspreads and carpets made in Arcos, pieces of antique or design furniture and other multiple delicated details are now framed by the old walls and the broad sky.
It is equiped with a sofa in the living-room area that can turn into an additional comfortable bed at night. Tiles handmade in Fez (Morocco) dress the bathroom walls, air-conditioning, radio, cassette player, TV telephone and hair-dryer.
This room overlooks the "Vega del Guadalete"river, Stain Peter's church and a neigbouring patio. It has 2 different rooms: a large bedroom on one side and a living-room with chimney on the other.
The old terracota floors polished by the years and the wooden beams in that used to be the kitchen and dinning room of the mansion give a great personality to this room. It is equiped with a sofa in the living-room area that can turn into an additional comfortable bed at night. Tiles handmade in Fez(Morocco)dress the bathroom walls, air-conditioning, radio, CD and cassette player, TV, telephone and hair-dryer.
Whitewashed vaults dominate this space that opens onto the patio.
It is warmed up in winter by an iron chimney and it is refreshingly cool in summer thanks to its thick walls and smal window. This library is a peaceful room that invites you to read.
Narrative, poetry, theatre, travelling books, photoghraphy books. We alson have local guides for the benefit of our guest.
The Roof Terrace:
The views are amazing from this superb roof terrace. Here, at the edge of the cliff you will see birds flying below your feet. Time seems to stop. The edge of the cliff that seems hand-carved, the castle silouhette and the sandstone belltower of Saint Mary's church encircle the "Vega del Guadalete" river.
Following the Roman and Arab tradition, the patio is the heart of the house. Marble columns, original black stone capitals, whitewashed arches and vaults talk of centuries of rustic splendour.
The marble slabs used to dress the floors of a Renacentist Convent in Puerto Rea. At night, the candlelight reflected in the glass roof cover transform the Patio into a magic world.