Our daughter had stayed at La Casa Grande and recommended it. We arrived in the middle of some VERY hot weather. We failed to follow directions and parked on the wrong side of this steep entrance. Your GPS is useless and the hotel tells you this when booking. We proceeding to hike up this long hill in the heat (you can't drive your car inside) and finally found La Casa. We were hot and tired and greeted by our lovely hostess with iced water and sherry. She told us where to park and how to use the much easier access and showed us our darling room. The view from the room was the whole hillside below us. Darling Arcos is the reason you stay here and this little hilltop paradise is the perfect spot to enjoy it. When were were refreshed we wandered out in the tiny, curvy little streets and ate and drank and shopped. What a perfect place to remove yourself from the real world. Just magical. So happy we found our way to the top of this beautiful spot!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This old mansión in Arcos de la Frontera has preserved the rustic spirit of the palaces from the Cadiz mountain range. In 1729, the Nuñez de Prado family built this "señorial" house at the heart of the town. In 1998, Elena Posa, fell in love with the house, and settled here determined to respect its authenticity but at the same time living in her own style, and she has transformed it into a small, quiet, and unique hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Casa Grande Hotel Arcos De La Frontera