Welcome to Casa de los Espejos...

 

...a traditional Andalucian house infused with decadence and modern luxuries.

 

Europe's 100 sexiest villas

The Sunday Times reveals the best places for hire around the Mediterranean and Europe:

Casa de los Espejos, Andalucia

The result of a three-year restoration, this tall Andalusian townhouse is just 100 yards from the main plaza in Alhama de Granada and has wonderful views of both the church and the castle from its rooftop terrace. Furnishings are eclectic and colourful — the mementos of a lifetime’s travels.

 

Five-star villas for two-star prices (The Guardian / The Observer May 2010)

Here is our pick of 20 luxury villas in Europe for less than £200 per person per week:

Casa de los Espejos, Alhama de Granada

Delightful 250-year-old Andalucian town house, called "The House of Mirrors". It boasts 360-degree views from its rooftop terrace. Inside, furnishings are eclectic and rustic – from travels throughout Spain, South America, Thailand and India. It has four bedrooms, and a large sitting room, dining room and games room.

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2010/may/16/cheap-luxury-holiday-villas

 

 

 

 

Casa de los Espejos or “The House of Mirrors” is a stunning 250 year old, four bedroom house in the charming Andalucian town of Alhama de Granada, southern Spain. After a painstaking restoration project lasting three years, it was listed and protected in 2008 for its historical interest by the Council of Andalucia.

The house sleeps up to eight people although couples are also welcome. A large sitting room, kitchen, dining room, games room and additional upstairs sitting room provide plenty of indoor space for everyone to spread out and seek some peace and quiet if so desired. The crowning glory of the property has to be its roof terrace, which has spectacular, commanding 360° views over the town, the church, the castle, the main plaza and the rolling patchwork of agricultural land into the distance.

Nestled deep in the heart of Andalucia, the spa-town of Alhama de Granada is described in The Rough Guide to Andalucía as ‘one of the unsung gems of Granada province.’
It is an ideal base for cultural holidays due to it’s proximity to Granada city and many other historical Andalucian cities such as Cordoba, Seville and Malaga. It is also superbly located for walking, cycling, climbing, skiing and other such activity based holidays. The dramatic and varied landscapes, architecture, local customs and fiestas also lend themselves wonderfully to artistic breaks such as painting or photographic holidays. The Mediterranean coast is 45 minutes due south of Alhama.

 

Sawday's Independent Inspection
Wall of Mirrors
Living Room
Staircase
The Roof Terrace
Dining Room
Bedroom
Bathroom
Surrounding hills