Recently refurbished, the space is beautifully designed with superb attention to detail. Guests can enjoy the spacious kitchen/salon for an evening glass of wine or peaceful morning coffee. Whilst designed as a hotel standard apartment, this is dream home away from home, has all of the modern comforts that you need to make your stay exceptional.
Whilst in the city centre, the apartment is silent. High ceiling bedrooms with handmade wooden furniture and hotel standard beds offer a stunning retreat for a sleeping and relaxation. The apartment has full aircon and heating, a large smart tv, large double bed and luxury mattresses.
The studio has private access to a rooftop shared with one other apartment. From the exclusive terrace you can enjoy the best view of the cathedral in the whole of Seville. At night the breathtaking UNESCO monument is illuminated, creating a spectacular sight to behold as the sun sets behind you.
Numero RTA: CTC-2018107084
5 reviews for Oak & Sandstone Studio Two
The apartment feels more like a hotel, really great shower, bed, installations and cute rooftop. It’s a perfect retreat to sleep and spend lazy mornings before hitting the city which just happens to be right on the doorstep!!
Brilliant and attentive hosts, they were so sweet to check us in at 4 am after a delayed flight and even left us a bottle of champagne to celebrate our arrival. We fell in love with the apartment, whoever did the decor has an eye for interiors!
LOVED the high ceilings and exposed brick walls with wooden beams. There are so many small and unappealing studios out there and this apartment is the opposite of that, so spacious and modern and really better than a hotel.
Great stay. Thanks so much to our host Fatima, you were very sweet to help us so much. P.s We loved the flamenco!!
Incredible apartment, can’t believe the location! We didn’t realise when we booked that it literally next to the cathedral!! We spent every morning and evening on the cute rooftop having a coffee or glass of wine. I slept so well in the bed, but my husband found the noise from the horse and carts carriages on the street a bit disturbing, but hey how often do you see them back home?!