Set in the Seville´s Jewish Quarter, behind the great walls of this 16th century palatial home lie an architectural gem. Once again this palatial home is centred round an exquisite main courtyard. Adjacent to this courtyard is a lounge area with a capacity of around 40 people, and a second courtyard where guests will find a 2nd century Roman Mosaic recovered from the ruin of Italica. This house also features charming plaster work and a rich collection of Triana tiling.
This palatial home is suitable for groups of 30 to 200 people, and an ideal location for gala dinners, cocktail or musical events, and business meetings. The neighbourhood around this house is genuinely beautiful so we recommend guests arrive on foot or by carriage; this way they´ll be able to soak up a little of the history of the Sevillian Jewish quarter too!
Typical decorative themes in this home include candles, chandeliers, and silk.