The area where the world-renowned tobacco of the highest quality in Cuba is grown is the area of Vuelta Abajo, in Pinar del Río. The property has had a strong link with that area of Cuba, a symbol of traditional emigration and the historical relations between Cuba and Cantabria, which is why the house bears that name and each of its rooms is decorated with photographs of different places in Cuba that designate them.
The house. 340 sq mtr, is part of the historic center of the Villa de Cartes, which is an Artistic Historic Site, its construction dating from 1810-1820. The property has made a comprehensive rehabilitation, according to the most modern design criteria, respecting traditional materials.
The focal point created by the fireplace in the living room on the upper floors exerts an attraction and enveloping force for the rest of the rooms in the house that flow magnetized towards it. Apparently nothing is left over and nothing is missing in this magical space where the decoration evokes exotic Cuban colonial interiors in contrast to the vigorous Cantabrian walls where the stones with imperfect edges and the oak wood structure present the beauty of nature in all its power. A definitive mix with wabi sabi inspiration.
Dispose of; a living room with double height of 60m2., two bedrooms en suite with integrated bathroom, one of them of more than 30 m2. with double jacuzzi, another double bedroom, a covered space of more than 60m2 with library and additional accommodation for three people, two fireplaces, a bathroom and additional toilet, elevator, library, a kitchen-dining room of more than 30 m2. and a garden of 1,200 m2., divided into two areas, with oven and barbecue.
Vuelta Abajo is focused on families or family groups that are looking for enjoying nature, historical places and its location at the heart of Cantabria, close to the coast and beaches, and surrounded by Besaya river parks and historic downtown of Cartes.