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Review #5

16 December 2017
Isabelle Dupin (France)

“L'accueil de Nacho, est chaleureux et sincère. Ils nous manquaient le vocabulaire pour converser. Nacho parle espagnol et anglais, très peu de notion en français. Mais il a vraiment fait son possible pour que nous ne nous sentons pas perdus. Je l'en remercie vraiment. Nous comptons vraiment retourner à Séville et dans son appartement s'il est disponible. Ce dernier, est très sympa, clair, aéré, équipé du nécessaire. Il est à 30 minutes à pied du centre ville. J'ose même dire que si on aime la marche on peut tout faire à pied afin de s'imprégner de cette ville riche en histoire. Piste cyclable pour les amoureux du vélo. Je reviens à l'appartement. Cerise sur le gâteau: Une terrasse sur le toit avec une piscine privé. Cette dernière est inondée de soleil au moins jusqu'à 17h et la terrasse au moins jusqu'à 18h ( en avril ). C'est juste PARFAIT !!!!!! Toutes les fenêtre donnent sur la cour intérieur. Donc CALME, à part les conversations des habitants, puisque fenêtre tout le temps ouvertes. Ce ne serait pas l'Espagne sans ça 😉. Il ne faut pas hésiter à le louer. ”

Review #4

16 November 2017
Teneale Bray (Camberra, Australia)

"Many thanks Nacho Quiros for your assistance. We really enjoyed our stay. The location was very good (around 10-15 minutes into the downtown. We loved Seville. The pool was very pleasant to cool off after a hot day back at the apartment. There was so much to see and I wish we could have stayed longer. The day bus and walking tours were very good value and the walking guide was very informative. Our lack of Spanish did not seem to be a problem as most of the locals people were  very helpful and we managed quite well using body language. We enjoyed the flamenco dancing and our walks around the city. The amenities were very good as we were able to wash and dry our clothes. Until next time, The Bray's.

Review #3

11 October 2017
Stephan Gerigk (Germany)

"Die Wohnung ist sehr ruhig gelegen, wir konnten sehr gut schlafen. Einen Parkplatz für das Auto fanden wir immer, ca. 6 Minuten Fußweg. Der (leider) sehr kleine Pool auf dem Dach wird regelmäßig gereinigt und bietet in jedem Fall eine sehr willkommene Erfrischung und Abkühlung, die Treppe zur Dachterrasse ist aus Eisen, sehr steil und eng. Die beiden Schlafzimmer sind klein, aber völlig OK, das Badezimmer sehr sauber. Die Küche ist mit dem Nötigsten ausgestattet. Die Wohnung ist insgesamt aber in jedem Fall zu empfehlen; auch der Kontakt zum Vermieter war sehr nett!- Stephan."

Review #2

21 September 2017
Dermot Farquharson (UK)

"We spent 6 nights here in late September and really can’t say one bad thing about this apartment or Seville. Sevillian are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Even the “youths” are very well-mannered and friendly. The weather was fantastic. The food was great and everything was so cheap compared to other Spanish cities. Triana is still full of old Sevillian families and is a very safe, friendly neighborhood. Nacho Quiros has continually added to the apartment (towels, keetle, etc.) so that everything is pretty much perfect. A great apartment in a great city, you can’t fail to enjoy yourself here! Thanks Nacho Quiros. Dermot + Kate.”

Review #1

21 July 2017
Rob Howe (The Hague, Netherlands)

"We found the apartment to be fairly comfortable and well-located. It's about 15-20 minutes to the center of Sevilla by foot, but the taxis are cheap (about 4-6 Euros to the center). Restaurants - if you turn left out of the apartment and left again at the end of the road, there are some decent bars etc. down there. Otherwise the calle Betis on the waterfront is ok and has some choice. Barrio Santa Cruz is your best bet in town, but (as you'd expect) it's expensive. Cordoba is worth a day trip as are Cadiz/Jerez. It's also worth seeing the Roman remains at Italica - the site is located next to the village of Santiponce, just outside Sevilla. It may be a good idea to combine this with a visit to the Archaeological Museum (on the Plaza de América in the Parque María Luisa) as most of the excavated artefacts are now there. I'd also recommend a guided tour around Seville's bullring and museum, which is very interesting.