Cortijo La Haza was an oasis of peace and beauty after hectic days racing through cathedrals and palaces. Patriek is the best chef in Andalucia in our professional opinions. Okay, our professions have nothing to do with food, but we are professionals. Anyway, our dinner at La Haza was by far the best meal we ate, including our meals at a couple of Paradors. The quiet walks, the lovely views, the tranquil villages nearby, the long evenings by the pool, the comfy beds, the cold beers ... aaahhh! And it comes with sleepy cats. What more could you ask for?
Warning! Be sure to get directions from Bernadette. Google and GPS are not reliable! We had an entirely unecessary adventure finding the place. The way is actually quite easy once you know it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautifully restored 250-year old olive cortijo, hidden away amongst the olive groves south of Iznajar, with stunning, ever-changing views of the Sierra Nevada and the valleys. 6-star service, home from home, a little corner of paradise are but a few items of praise we have received. A warm welcome awaits is our motto, but we may need to change it soon to: so good you won't want to leave! ... more less
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