— How would you describe Siete Balcones in a nutshell?
— Siete Balcones roof terrace
— What was your inspiration to open a small Bed and Breakfast in Andalucia?
— Siete Balcones lounge area
— What’s the history of the house?
When we came to see the house, it had been neglected for a long time, and we had to pretty much redo the entire roof and a lot of the walls on the first floor. It took us almost two years to renovate it. We would shop at reclaimed material yards to find the same kind of materials that were traditionally used in the house, trying to respect the original essence.”
— Please tell us about the interior design of the Bed and Breakfast.
It was important to us to respect the original feeling of the house, but we’ve inroduced some more contemprary elements at Siete Balcones such as a modern staircase leading up to the roof which complement the old.”
— Andalusian coast and beach
— How would you describe the atmosphere at Siete Balcones?
Many people aren’t keen on making small talk with people they don’t know first thing in the morning, so breakfast is very relaxed and guests can find their own space in the house to have breakfast or to sit back and have a glass of wine in the evenings. Most people head up to the rooftop terrace.”
— Room 1
— Please tell us a little bit about Bed and Breakfast’s rooms and services.
As for the rooms, I’m very keen on Room 3. It’s a very light room on the first floor. Rooms 1 and 3 are the largest rooms and are in high demand. They even have their own sitting area. All of the rooms are slightly different in the sense that the ground floor rooms have a more traditional feel to them and the first floor is slightly more modern.”