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Reclaimed luxury

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We stayed in this wonderful rural heaven for our honeymoon a year ago. We thought we would share it with you. The house, which was built from scratch, was completed in 2009 and was built from reclaimed Spanish materials. Casa La Siesta is truly inspirational, as well as being an entirely wonderful place to stay.

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A week before we left I was flicking through a copy of Homes and Antiques magazine and what should be featured!  I couldn’t believe the chances as it really  was in a remote location. The feature showed the detail on the effort which went into making the place, which only made it that much more special, from the dining table, which was crafted from an antique door  through to the shutters that were bought from a local couple who were renovating their house. It also helped that there was Lenny….the pup.

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Article in Homes & Antiques magazine

Many of the tiles within the space are reclaimed and the owner runs his own reclaimed tile company now. Check it out here to get just a piece of this reclaimed luxury in your home.

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Flowers left over from a wedding at Casa La Siesta. Beer on tap

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More of the beautiful reclaimed tiles

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Gorgeous dining table made from an old door. Photo taken from http://www.Casalasiesta.com

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Lenny

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Outside dining

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Tarifa nearby

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Tarifa nearby

True relaxation xx

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