“Casa La Sevillana” was formerly the rather splendid residence of the local manager of the national electricity supply company, “Sevillana”. Hence its name. Behind its grande facade, weekend guests included both the King of Spain and his son, the Prince of Asturias.
When electricity supply was denationalised in Spain and assets were sold off, our family bought the house, renovated it throughout and converted it into bed and breakfast accommodation.
There are seven bedrooms - five on the first floor and two on the ground floor, all with en suite bathrooms. Each bedroom is different in size and layout, and all are light, bright and attractive, with splashes of colour.
The accommodation consists of:
All the rooms have balconies or private terraces, all with gorgeous views.
Downstairs, leading off from the entrance hall, there is a communal sitting / breakfast room with sofas gathered around a large fireplace. This leads to a spacious, walled patio / terrace where our guests can sit at Morrocan tables and enjoy the fine air and country sounds of this little mountain paradise.
From the sitting room there is a kitchen anteroom where you can help yourself to a buffet-style breakfast in the morning, and to coffee, or a beer, perhaps, at any time of day.