Colour and tradition in an ambiance of aristocratic style.
Surrounded by Modernist and Neo-Plateresque buildings in the centre of the lordly town of Zafra, the small Seville, the Casa Palacio Conde de la Corte stands out, having been converted into a unique and classically charming hotel.
Built in 1840, this house was the residence of Don Agustín Mendoza y Montero, Conde de la Corte, and in the middle decades of the past century was a regional centre for promoting bullfighting, an art that has always been associated to this family.
The house was restored without losing the proprietors’ bull breeding spirit, maintaining the traditional architecture and details of its history. Attention was given to the lighting and the colours, creating aristocratic and comfortable spaces.
The rooms, named after different cattle breeds, have big windows, period furniture, tapestries and English style textiles. The bathrooms are large, with high ceilings and display original colour schemes.
Take the opportunity to read a book in the library, enjoy a coffee on the terrace, dive into the small pool or rest in the glass-sheathed galleries, always in the capable hands of a smiling and attentive team.