Located in the heart of the old town of Arcos de la Frontera, one of the most beautiful “pueblos blancos” or white towns in Andalusia and a historical heritage site, is the small simple and charming inn. La Casa de Bóvedas was recently restored by its owners, Cecilia Lozano and architect Remy Lemmens
With just two suites and three double rooms, all ensuite, it is a perfect example of the decoration and architecture of Andalusia: white plaster walls, colourful tiles, arches, furnishings in bright colours, open air courtyard and lovely views. No smoking rooms are available. Enjoy breakfast on the patio, and walk to one of the many nearby restaurants for dinner.
Covered patio and another open one, a terrace with excellent views. Hall with chimney All the rooms are ample, luminous and have central heating, conditioned air, TV, dryer of hair, reproducer of CD (music) and bath deprived in all the rooms with bathtub in the suites. Each room is different and are acclimated with meticulous detail for an pleasant rest and the comfort of the visitor, in where the understood traveller can enjoy the enchantment of the old houses and the comfort of the modern ones. All the house has connection to Internet by wireless route
The inn is located about 200 metres from Plaza del Cabildo (see the notes about parking). The streets of Arcos are very narrow and parking is at a premium, so you will save yourself a lot of anxiety if you just park your car out of the old town and walk to the hotel.