Atelier 88

Goya En-suite


  • WiFi
  • Near by Parking
  • Personal Shower
  • Bidet
  • Evening Meal available on request €12 per person

This is a special room that brings to the imagination an image of Goya sat at the window sketching the parade of the King to La Mota as it passed below.

As one of the first ever guests I stayed here in November with some friends and what a wonderful stay we had. 
Atelier 88 has been lovingly and beautifully restored in a traditional Spanish style, in a very pretty and historic residential part of town, just a few paces from the castle of Alcala.
We walked into town to sip coffee in the square, we wandered around the castle (beautifully preserved and fascinating), we walked to the local pottery and had we not been stuffed to the gills after every meal, we might have walked to a few bars for tapas. Everything we wanted was on the doorstep, we could walk everywhere even into the surrounding hills where the views are wonderful.
My room was big, bright, airy and authentic (I especially loved the wooden shutters) and complemented by the fabulous Spanish tiling in my large ensuite bathroom.
Pete and Lottie were fabulous hosts, and we had the most delicious meals, cooked with fresh local ingredients and in waistband expanding portions, washed down with copious amounts of local wines….. Lottie is a great cook and very generous. You have been warned!

4 days went far too quickly, so I will be getting my booking for 2017 in quickly as I really want to join an art class week. We had just one class with Pete but it was so much fun and inspired us all to get creative with paint once we got home.
I highly recommend you give yourself the treat of a break, holiday or art course in this warm, welcoming and beautifully restored house in a very traditional and busy little town. I can assure you that you will be made most welcome and very well looked after. Bernadette Fitzpatrick

Goya is our most grown up room. It has its own shower room and pretty balcony overlooking the street. If you peep to the right, you will see the castle.



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