Casa Rural Brazos Abiertos B&B
'The road winds ever higher, narrower, deeper into rural Spain. On arriving at Brazos Abiertos, blindingly white on a rocky outcrop, the peace wraps around you like the olive groves stretching in every direction. Hard indeed to leave the wide terrace with its views down to Iznajar, or the springwater-fed heated pool sheltered by towering agaves – yet Cordoba and Granada are less than an hour away.
Brazos Abiertos makes a refreshing retreat from city sights and long hikes. Bedrooms, grouped around a flower-filled courtyard, have breezy colours, satiny curtains and bright spacious wet rooms.
There's an airy, open-plan living space to share – with wood-burning stove for winter – but you'll be eating out on the terrace whenever you can, watching the sun set over a glass of cava. Julie is a superb cook and opens up her table to the locals once a week; the produce is fresh, local or their own. Julie and Sheelagh are fun, thoughtful and endlessly kind; the house is wheelchair-friendly and eco-warm, and there are miniature pet donkeys for the children! If you would like to spend a day on the beach at the Costa del Sol you can be there in 60 minutes.
Each bedroom has a flat screen monitor with DVD, tea & coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. You will also find top quality bath and pool towels in your wardrobe. Each room has a highly efficient ceiling fan and reflective window glass.
All our bathrooms are beautiful, wet rooms with luxury tiling and the choice of a hand held or rain forest deluge shower. The fully accessible, shower rooms are fitted with a large walk/roll in shower. Deluxe towels and complementary bathroom products are supplied.
All our bedrooms open out onto a traditional Spanish courtyard with a beautiful fountain,
It is a wonderful place to relax.
For breakfast, we offer a selection of breads, cereals, Greek yoghurt and honey and of course juice, teas and coffees. We also offer local hams, cheeses and seasonal fruits.'
From the Alistair Sawdays Guide
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