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Maldonado, 10, 11630 Arcos de la Frontera, Spain – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 283 reviews)
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La Casa Grande's staff speaks: French, Spanish, English
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Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
French, Spanish, English
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 3 years is charged EUR 0 per person per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 15 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Located on the hill in Arcos de la Frontera, La Casa de Bovedas offers spacious, air-conditioned rooms with TV. It has a free Wi-Fi hotspot and a terrace with views.
Score from 244 reviews Excellent
This charming guest house is located in the historic centre next to the Santa Maria de la Asuncion Basilica. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, 500 metres from Arcos Castle.
Score from 240 reviews Excellent
Family-run Casa El Sueño is a restored white-washed house in the center of Arcos de la Frontera. It offers free Wi-Fi and a roof terrace with great Lake Arcos views.
Score from 280 reviews Wonderful
Offering a picturesque setting, Mesón La Plata is located close to the Arcos Reservoir and only 5 minutes’ drive from Arcos de La Frontera. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Score from 183 reviews Very good
From the moment Elena opened the heavy ancient wood entrance door and the iron gate to welcome us with a glass of sherry and olives, we were lost in times past, you are at peace as soon as you step into the lovely courtyard, surrounded by whitewashed walls, stone pillars and tasteful art all around. Our room was the old pigeon coup "El Palomar" on the top floor, entering off the roof top terrace, just stunning, with lovely kept stone floor, wooden beam ceiling, tasteful artwork and a special poem on the wall just for us, and the bathroom's understated elegance not competing with the past. We enjoyed some lovely sun sets on the terrace with a glass of wine, watching the birds actually flying below you and an unbelievable view. Elena and her staff were very attentive and helpful, we so enjoyed breakfast in the courtyard with attention given to little details, every evening candles would light your way through the courtyard, library, walking up the rounded old stairwell to your room. We felt privileged and lucky to have found this lovely hotel, we now consider our treasure and hope some day to return - built in 1729 and with love and pride taken care off. Thank you Elena Karl and Manuela
From the welcome glass of sherry and bowl of olives while we were checked in, to the beautiful rooftop patio overlooking an amazing valley at the foot of the cliff. From the charming old (in all the best ways) room filled with traditional items like locally-woven wool blankets and folk art to all the modern conveniences we needed. From the friendly and professional but unobtrusive staff to the delightful town. Everything was wonderful and worth the hike up the hill! Thank you for providing such a wonderful location for a memorable stay.
That we couldn't stay for a week.
Good location, great views, very good breakfast, nice staff, lovely roof terrace.
Bathroom needed modernization. Bed kind of uncomfortable.
Breakfast were excellent.
Totally serene , beautiful decor ,amazing situation. Really hospitable service , couldn't ask for more other than to be transported back there right now!
A wonderful location,quiet ambience, delicious breakfasts
Superb room and view. Good breakfast.
Difficult to find. Don't bring a big car in view of the very narrow approach roads.
This hotel is a gem in terms of being very individual and distinctive. The owner has obviously invested a lot of her creative and artistic personality into it. The staff are so helpful and welcoming that you feel at home almost immediately. Nothing is too much trouble. I would love to return.
We would be hard pressed to find anything that we didn't like about La Casa Grande. Of course it would have been lovely to have had a swimming pool, but once you see the hotel, you know exactly why it doesn't!
Location and furniture
Avoid "El Palomar" room, the bath drainage stinks a lot and it is not a "town problem" as the owner claims. My neighbour next room hadn't this problem.
Fantastic situation on edge of cliff close to main square and San Pedro. Peaceful courtyard and roof terrace with amazing views. Rooms tastefully decorated and some great art work.
Friendly welcoming staff, beautiful authentic Spanish accommodations, nice rooftop terrace and wonderful location!
Firstly that this was a traditional large house that had not been renovated with loving care, preserving the history whilst creating modern comfort with artistic touches. Their roof terrace was fantastic for a bottle of Rose as the sun was setting!
Staff - very friendly and welcoming. Room - the views from the terrace are stunning. Roof garden - again great views. Breakfast - good quality.
If you have a car it can be tricky navigating around Arcos. Also once you do park it's a few minutes walk - this is fine but bring small cases!
We loved Arcos de la frontera and la casa grande was the icing on the cake - everything there was perfect - including the cooked breakfast..
Out only downside was our difficulty in reaching it with out baggage - this is not the fault of the hotel but rather the towns organisation - " a carpark I'm the lower town and a shuttle car service would be a god soliton and also be a tourist attraction.
Loved our room, very comfortable bed and linens, stylish decor and 2 terraces with fabulous views. Helpful and lovely staff.
When we arrived we felt the owner was hurried and curt, the inner courtyard which could have been so beautiful and welcoming was cheerless, we were made to wait quite awhile before we were shown to our room. At this point our expectations of our room was low. We were pleasantly surprised to find a large wonderful room stylishly decorated with Morroccan touches. Be aware that you will need to walk about a block with your bags as the street is too narrow for cars.
Welcome drink when we did the check-in. The hotel is an old house very well maintained with several paintings in common areas.
Friendly staff,service excellent.bicycle storage not an issue,very respectful of our wishes, rooftop patio view best in Arcos.breakfast outstanding.
Location service decor sherry on arrival roof terrace and view air con A beautiful house in a fabulous setting. Quirky and charming and decorated with some excellent art work. The bed was very comfortable, nice crisp sheets and qood quality towels. The highlight of a stay here is the amazing view from the roof terrace, one not to miss.
Carpet in bedroom was covered in hairs and bits, clearly had not been vacuumed for a while Some of the furnishings were a little shoddy, ie frame on a sign in the bathroom was broken. My pet hate - whilst the bathroom was great, the privacy wasn't - the wall was not full height and neither was the frosted, sliding glass door at it's entrance.
We only had one night here - but it was fabulous. The hotel is lovely, the terrace magnificent, the staff super helpful and the breakfast delicious!
- Location, Location, Location - Beautiful view !!! - Very relaxing - Cozy & nostalgic
- Hard to get by car, better to park car before getting into the old part of town and little alleys and get to the hotel by taxi - Pack light!!! not large baggage friendly
Absolutely incredible. The views from the rooftop terrace are breathtaking, the suites are beautiful, comfortable and spotless, the staff is warm and welcoming, the food is delicious, the library is inspiring, I could go on and on. Will go out of my way to return. Do yourself a favor and book it.
Entering La Casa Grande was like entering a peaceful calm oasis. Great location in the old town area of Arcos. Lovely welcome from the staff with complimentary sherry, olives and cold water. Beautiful arty decor throughout the building. Our room was downstairs at the end of a corridor but came out into a big cool room with French doors leading out to two terraces. Fantastic views over the countryside and a great place to sit. The room was well appointed with nice organic toiletries in the bathroom. There is also a nice rooftop terrace where we sat late one evening where it was nice and cool.
Access to the wifi was only in the downstairs dining area and was a bit of a hit or miss but we were on holiday and didn't really need it. Can't comment on breakfast as it wasn't included in the price and perhaps should have been given the cost of the room. Thought what they were charging for breakfast was a bit excessive but we found some great places nearby to eat that were much cheaper and perfectly good.
Beautiful hotel, gorgeous views, fantastic breakfast. I wish we had been able to stay another night and just enjoy the rooftop terrace.
You need to be able to walk to the hotel with your luggage. Streets are super narrow and parking is not on site.
It was a joy and a rare treat to spend hours with the spectacular views from a spacious cliff top terrace. I'd say the junior suite made it all the more special with it's tasteful decor and direct access onto the terrace
Just be aware you need to navigate are quite steep steps to reach the terrace