Dancaire's Den (accommodates 2 persons)
Stepping through the fresh and calming plant-filled entrance hall, guest experience the cool and elegant welcome of Dancaïre's Den. With a living room with satellite TV and DVD player and open plan kitchen, luxurious curtained double bedroom, en-suite bathroom and sweeping mountain views, this suite provides the perfect bolt-hole in which weary travellers can relax and recharge.
From Dancaïre's Den, guests can catch the early morning sun as it first touches the white-walled town, or watch the moon rise over the Crestellina Mountains.
"I went to Jerez with a letter from Pastia to a dealer in anisette, whose house was a rendezvous for smugglers. There I was presented to those gentry, whose leader, one Dancaïre, took me into his troop. We started for Gaucín, where I found Carmen." (Don José describing his initiation into the band of smugglers he would later lead.)
Chapter 3: Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. Translated into English by George Burnham Ives