My family and I spent a fantastic time at this property. The architecture is wonderful making you feel like you are living in a fairy tale. The owner and staff were delightful and we were treated to an excellent meal.
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In an old palace hotel, this restaurant is in the old stables. It has beautiful service settings. The staff is multilingual, nice wine selection. Local food and dishes are very good, you do have to wait for the home cooking but it is very good.
Unfortunately this restaurant did not live up to expectations. This 16th-century aristocratic house turned hotel is past its sell by date and owner, chef Felipe Guardiola, has abandoned what could be a fine dining gourmet experience to gap year students with a lack of cooking...More
Stayed at hotel which frankly is living off dubious advertising of years gone by. Photo not showing the state of disrepair the hotel has got itself into. The restaurant on appearance looks very nice indeed. Do not be fooled. It is under invested in terms...More
My husband and I called into this beautiful hotel for coffee en route back to our hotel. While we had coffee we asked to see the evening menu, we decided that we would go back & try the restaurant that evening. We received a very...More
Lovely room. Good, friendly, multilingual service by the waiter/barman. We had a great meal of sea bass (I think), meant for 2 to share.
The only place for a great big teapot and mugs and a proper cup of tea! The owner was very accommodating. Two pots of tea for three and cake 8€ fantastic!
charged five euros for the smallest vine glass i have ever seen, a salad made on the bar with one tomato a bit of fennel and good tinned tuna costs 14 euros, a medium size plate of cured ham for 18 euros, felt taken for...More
Excellent meal and range of wines. Don Felipe (owner) is an excellent chef! The setting of the room added to the ambience of the occasion.
We were staying elsewhere in Carmona and wandered into the Casa De Carmona with our friends to have a look at the building. We were so taken by the invitingly appointed lounge and dining areas, and the very charming host and chef, Felipe that we...More