Originally part of a larger property called the Palacio de los Espejos (the letter ‘J’ in Espejos is pronounced like an ‘H’), Casa de los Espejos is named after the Espejo family who owned the former Palacio. Restoration began on the house in early 2005 after it had remained empty and slipped into serious disrepair for twenty years.

Our ‘Casa’ comprises half of the original house and is decorated with an eclectic mix of furniture and curios, collected on extensive travels throughout Spain, South America, Thailand and India. The resulting effect is both decadent and rustic whilst being incredibly comfortable and homely at the same time. The materials, fittings and technologies installed during the restoration have transformed the entire house but particularly the kitchen and bathrooms into luxurious havens for enthusiastic chefs and bathers alike.

The house is situated in one of the oldest parts of the town, on a quiet side street, a mere 100 metres from the main town plaza.

 

Bedroom
Statue outside
The stairwell
View from the roof
Kitchen