Typical Andalusian house in Sanlucar de Barrameda (Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain). Sanlucar is one of the MOST captivating examples of the spirit of Andalusia, in the South of Spain. Sanlúcar history and culture shares in a unique nature frame on the Guadalquivir river mouth just Donana National Park opposite to.
The house is located in The most representative street of the Barrio Alto (High District) That is the historical center of the town with narrow streets, white house facades, sherry wineries, and aristocratic palaces: such as the Renaissance Palace of Medina Sidonia (100 m distance) or the newer Palace of Orleans and Bourbon, just opposite the house.
The house date back to the second half of s XVII, and it is protected as historical heritage. It has-been recently restored in 2001, Respecting the house the original structure, doors, ceilings, wooden beams and floors.
The rented part of the house you have a charming Andalusian courtyard (courtyard) Including two living spaces and plenty of plants Within Kentias Such as, aspidistras, a banana tree and jasmine; three bedrooms, one of them 95 m2, and three bathrooms. The overall surface of esta ground floor is 310 m2. The second floor has a fully equipped kitchen and a pretty terrace on the patio, a gallery and an entrance hall (40 m2). Finally at the roof floor, a chill out area and a laundry room are also available (approx, extra 50 m2).
The rates include daily housekeeping service (except weekends) and an optional garage 400 m far distance from the house.
Suitability: children and pets are welcomed, accessibility for disabled almost fully in the ground floor, smoking allowed in the outside areas of the house.