An old Spanish colonial house in the woods, tall trees blocking out the hot august sunlight, macrame and wild flowers hanging at the altar, guests being greeted with refreshing mojitos and delicious organic local food, the most fun-loving couple and wild party vibes until the early hours of the morning.
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La finca Herradura is a boutique stately home surrounded by hectares of private woodland. Although it is located just outside the pueblo blanco of Vejer de la Frontera, it is easy to have the sensation that you are miles away from civilisation and the whole world is yours. Like Vejer, The finca rests on a hill and boasts breathtaking views of the nearby mountains.
Driving a few miles out of the city and into the mountains that border Cordoba, you will find La Vieja Cigarra resting on a hilltop overlooking the picturesque landscape that surrounds it. As you follow rustic signposts dotted along the road and drive up the flowery passageway into la vieja cigarra you feel as though you have entered some sort of mystical garden. The cool air breeze will wash over you as the scents of jasmine lavender and lemon trees fill your nostrils.
The exclusive Spanish country house also boasts nine luxury rooms that undoubtedly keep with the atmospheric ‘cortijo’ feel that runs throughout the hotel. Most rooms come with a large bathtub and views of the stunning surrounding countryside. Each has been individually designed with scrupulous attention to detail in the decor, with a wonderful level of privacy through their own sun terraces.