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Rooms: Seville

Julia Buckley picks the best places to bed down in and around the Andalucian capitalMonday, December 5, 2016

By Julia Buckley
Dehesa de las Yeguas

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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