Bobadilla Hotel, Granada, Spain. This hotel is absolutely sublime. It is situated in vast grounds and the main attraction is its horse riding. It's not somewhere you'd like to go for long breaks (the bedrooms and bathrooms are combined into a single room) but, while you are there, it leaves you in a complete state of relaxation. The 50 or 60 apartments are spread over a sprawling expanse of land, and once you're in them you can't hear any noise. I do get bored if I'm there for too long, mainly because of the lack of connectivity. However, the restaurant's delicacies are excellent and, when it is time to go, I move on to my own house nearby.
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