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La Seguiriya

Accommodation Type : Hotel

In 2000, the Flamenco singer Paco Moyano restored an 18th century bourgeois house together with his family which is located within the historic part of Alhama de Granada. It thrones like an eagles nest on top of the impressive gorge leading to Natural Resorts (Sierras of Tejeda-Almijara-Alhama)

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Average Rating: 97%

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  Customer Review 

Excellent location, friendly staff, exciting room and an excellent terrace.

  Patricia T... 

This is a lovely, cosy. older dwelling, that is certainly full of character and charm. With the added surprise view of the gorge of Alhama to the back. The rooms are extremely comfortable and extremely clean. ( There are only six. ) The hosts, Paco and Lola, were lovely. They made us feel so welcome with their warmth and generosity. Not to mention Lola&'s extremely great cooking. We are planing on returning next year. A true find.

  Customer Review 

Absolutely everything was good: the room was ample (including a cool 70s-see-through shower) along with the hotel as a whole well-decorated and clean. But the very best part was the service: it was very inexpensive and un-faultable. We even were given pretty much a whole bottle of wine and a lot of tapas for free. The hosts were lovely. The view is incredible. We will definitely be returning (it&'s worth a return trip just for this place! ).

  Elin H... 

Cosy place, nice room, warm and friendly staff, great view of the gorge.

  Customer Review 

Cosy place, nice room, friendly staff, fantastic view of the gorge.

  Customer Review 

Great hotel with a lot of rural character. Excellent location to explore the area. We arrived within the middle of summer and found the room cool and confortable (no air-con) - However, as with rural hotels in mountainous locations it could possibly be cold within the middle of winter. Rooms were really clean and confortable. Free parking on the street. The food was fantastic as properly as the scenery form the restaurant incredible! The owner is really warm and friendly and knowledgeable he recommended us the finest Flamenco show at the Alhambra (Granada) with Eva Yerbabuena! We will go back to this hotel.

  Nestor V... 

Great hotel with a lot of rural character. Outstanding location to discover the area. We arrived inside the middle of summer and found the room cool and confortable (no air-con) - However, as with rural hotels in mountainous locations it could possibly be cold inside the middle of winter. Rooms were very clean and confortable. No cost parking on the street. The food was fantastic and also the views form the restaurant incredible! The property owner is very warm and friendly and knowledgeable he recommended us the most effective Flamenco show at the Alhambra (Granada) with Eva Yerbabuena! We will go back to this hotel.

  Stuart S... 

Fantastic position overlooking the gorge. Paco, the owner, couldn't be more friendly and welcoming. If it's a typical Spanish hospederia you are looking for, rather than an impersonal hotel, this is the place for you! Also Alhama is a lovely place - will definitely want to return here.

  Carol L... 

It took a little while to find but actually it 's quite easy when you know where to go! Make for the town square and find the tourist information bureau/policia. Imagine coming out of that office and bearing left. Take your first left up a cobbled street then turn right -and there it is on your left. In Summer you can sit on the verandah overlooking the gorge but we couldnt do that as the owner was carrying out improvements to the verandah. Paco is a lovely man and not as silly as Basil Fawlty but at times we thought of Fawlty Towers! Even when we were the only ones for breakfast he seemd to pace from one kitchen to another (there seemed to be 2 places where food was kept and walked past us about 4 times before he would bring us the next course! Don't expect an English style breakfast! Or any choice! We got fruit juice and a nice pot of tea but no cereal. It was boiled egg plus a mixture of cheese, ham, toast and yoghurt. It was ample though. We also ate there for dinner (it seemed to be the only place open anyway in March) and that was very good. I did ask if he had some nice red wine and he proudly brought some of his own "brew" which was like sherry so not really what I wanted -but great if you like sherry! As we were having breakfast the builders were working on the terrace and as there was only one access to the house they were having to walk through the diningroom with cement and long pieces of piping etc so we were almost having to duck as they passed - but all added to the amusement! Paco's wife Lola didnt spend much time with us but she seemed nice. When we arrived we were greeted by their charming daughter and led upstairs. Much to my delight there were 2 cats on the settees on the landing but don't worry if you don't like cats -they were soon banished to other quarters! It was a bit of a culture shock in Alhama as they don't seem to have heeded the smoking ban anywhere and Lola was smoking upstairs on the landing whilst on her computer -but luckily there was no smell of smoke in our room. The bars also stilll allowed smoking and there were a couple that we avoided because they were too smoky. For anyone not that interested in an evening meal and more interested in just having a drink then we found that every time we had a drink (and the drinks were very cheap) we were served large tapas helpings, which actually were quite filling. We had 2 lovely walks along the gorge, which is just a few yards away from the hotel. One day we turned right after the church which is in a beautiful location overlooking the gorge and ended up after 30 minutes at El Chorro. Next day we decided to walk to the Thermal Springs -about an hours walk at the most -but it took 3 attempts to get on the right track! So you need to get a map from the tourist office and take the Camino de Granada which starts 5 minutes from the office where there is a big carpark. See the old bricked up church on your left high up and keep walking. I think you can get to it by turning left at the gorge but because of all this Winter's rain the river was too high in one place and we couldnt cross it to get past. But because the river was full it made the gorge walks more beautiful. We stayed 2 nights and because we were the only tourists in the town that was enough. But I would STRONGLY recommend this town and also this hotel to anyone wanting to do a little tour of Andalucia. From there we drove to our favourite resort of Nerja, the end of a lovely weeks break.

* La Seguiriya rated 4.89 out of 5 based on 9 customer reviews. Hostel reviews with a star rating are sourced from HostelBookers.
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