Thursday, November 8, 2012

TRAVEL DESTINATION- HOTEL V, AN ANDALUSIAN HIDEAWAY


We got our first snowfall last night. It was a blustery downpour that thankfully, left just a dusting over the city this morning. I'm just not ready for winter; in fact, my mind is still somewhere on the sunny Costa del Sol coast of Spain, waking up in my room at the stylish Hotel V
 The Hotel V is located in the Old Town of Vejer de la Frontera, a charming, picturesque village on the Costa de la Luz.
Ancient cobblestone streets wind through town and lead you up, up, up to the hotel.  No taxis are allowed, so keep your stilettos home!
The small hotel has been restored from a 16th century house, retaining its old world charm while embracing chic, contemporary appointments.

The interior courtyard features a grass carpeted sitting area with traditional wood chairs and beautiful trees, perfect for lounging.
The bedrooms are filled with furniture and textiles from local artisans; it's both simple and luxurious.
 My favorite spot to unwind--the rooftop deck with comfy chaise chairs and a water-filled stone patio.
The ancient town 
Breathtaking views of the countryside and only a ten minute ride to the beach!



8 comments:

The enchanted home said...

Hi Barbara..how are you! Thanks for your kind message. Seeing this beautiful blue sky and the ocean makes me want to jump on a plane. I look out and see gray skies and snow everywhere!! Not sure I am quite ready, I too have vacation on my mind preferably somewhere warm, tropical and balmy!

kayce hughes said...

Looks wonderful!

kayce hughes said...

Looks wonderful!

designchic said...

Wow, Barbara, I'm wanting that view and weather today. We've had lots of cold weather and gray skies, but fortunately, no snow, yet. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Ideezine said...

So nice to see old world charm in such a lovely place. I'll bet it is gorgeous at sunset.

5th and State said...

i am salivating over here!
thanks for sharing this magical spot.....off to investigate further
xo
debra

Anonymous said...

I stayed here on a girls trip in April...It was as lovely in person. Such a charming town. We were a little early in the season, so many restaurants were not open.

The proprietor of the hotel was very gracious and accomodating to 8 wine drinking ladies!

Punctuation Mark said...

I love these old European towns... They have so much personality!