Course Accommodation

image Alcala

Your accommodation is in a beautiful 18th century Andalucian town house in the centre of Alcalá de los Gazules. The house sleeps eight people which comprises of  4 x en-suite rooms each room has 2 x twin beds. The bedrooms are simply decorated and comfortably equipped with shower, bed linen, towels, and hair dryers. There is no single supplement for sole use of a room. If a group of 4 or more people require individual rooms, additional comparable accommodation is available close by; only a 2-minute walk away.

Originally the house was an Inn and ‘Hostal’ used by travellers and farmers going to market, its old name ‘Hostal Salida’ derives from the nearby Roman Spring. The lower floor were stables, now converted to a large studio with adjoining en-suite guest rooms.

On the first floor, guests have their own lounge and dinning room. They can access the large patio and splash pool which is shaded by a vine and an orange tree which lies beneath part of the towns’ ancient wall. Above this our huge roof terrace gives panoramic views of the surrounding Alcornocales Natural Park and town-scape.

The house is an easy stroll to all the usual amenities; there are plenty of good bars, restaurants and plazas to enjoy. To see some photos  of Alcalà click here or for a map ofAlcalà click here

Meals are served in the Dining Room or ‘al fresco’ on the Patio. The menu is based on Spanish Mediterranean and Moroccan cuisine.