Rooms: Seville

Julia Buckley picks the best places to bed down in and around the Andalucian capital

By Julia Buckley
Published 5 Dec 2016, 08:00 GMT, Updated 8 Jul 2021, 10:05 BST
Dehesa de las Yeguas

Dehesa de las Yeguas

Photograph by Julia Buckley

La Donaira
Ninety minutes south east of Seville, La Donaira is set on a 620-acre biodynamic farm near Ronda. Restored to rustic splendour with whitewashed walls and Moorish artifacts, the farmhouse houses eight suites; next year, they'll add yurts. From £213 per person per night.

Juan & Jose's homestay
In Seville's gentrified Macarena district, north of the city centre is this super-chic homestay — Juan and Jose are the perfect concierges for this trendy area. From £48 per night.

Dehesa de las Yeguas
Get back to nature in these three safari tents, spaced out over a pine-filled finca in the Parque Natural Bahía de Cádiz. With proper beds, bathrooms and verandahs, the tents aren't short of creature comforts either. From £105 per night.

Dar Hajra
Dar Hajra ('House of Rocks') lives up to its name — the boho bolthole for two is built on a limestone outcrop, with boulders artfully intruding into the interiors. The infinity plunge pool overlooks the mountainous Ronda landscape. From £1,001 per week.

Published in the December 2016 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK)


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