In the heart of the quintessential hilltop ‘pueblo blanco’ of Vejer de la Frontera on one of the charming cobbled streets that wind their way through the town’s dazzling white facades, ancient buildings and atmospheric squares, this beautifully restored town house offers stylish living within elegant, innovatively designed accommodation that is just a short stroll from the shops, restaurants and bustling street life of one of the Costa de la Luz’s most picturesque and historic centres.
As is so typical of Andaluz town houses with Moorish origins, the traditional whitewashed façade of Casa Luz gives little clue as to what lies behind and as we stepped through the front door we could not fail to be impressed by the chic interior in which we found ourselves.
In the centre an ornate plunge pool sits within an inner courtyard, ingeniously incorporated into the living area by the arched glass-filled patio doors that line its sides.
Being situated just below the highest and oldest area of the town, the property’s spacious and beautifully furnished roof terrace gives the most stunning bird’s eye view across the terracotta rooftops and uniformly dazzling white facades of this beautifully preserved town. Equipped with cushioned seating, a barbecue and dining area and displaying the same design flair as the interior, this is a special location and one which is sure to become a favourite spot.