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 La Flamenca Inn is an exceptional house. From the outside it looks like a traditional house typical to the area but once inside you are transported back in time to a grand old Victorian/Arts and crafts house. A special house for special people. Designed with a philosophy of recycling and reclamation, it offers visitors a unique experience in rural living that takes the visitor back to the Victorian era of splendor and comfort enjoyed in the English countryside.

The interior of the house has been constructed using reclaimed materials from England including Victorian mosaic floors, oak panneled rooms, roll top baths, cast iron radiators, fireplaces, stained glass doors and windows, All lovingly restored and incorporated into the design of the house.

Located in Cortelazor in a large house typical of the local architecture and in one of the most culturally rich hills and archaeological sites of all Andalusia, the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche, Nature Park, recognized by the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism .

Its more than 600 miles of trails, some pre dating Roman times, make this area in the foothills of the Sierra Morena, one of the top choices for nature lovers. The local people are deeply rooted in tradition with many fiestas, romarias and a long tradition of flamenco music and dance.
Hiking, nordic walking, horse riding, bird watching are some of the activities that are available in this area of ​​the province of Huelva.There are hidden treasures such as the Cave of Wonders deep underground in Aracena, with galleries extending a kilometer long.

La Flamenca Inn has been funded by the Junta de Andalucía and European Funds.

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