Your little house is at the highest point of Medina Sedonia and has two terraces with views that reach as far as the Bay of Cadiz. Kirsty runs the hotel across the road, and you can use the swimming pool there if you like – the hotel restaurant is well worth a visit too.
Step off the cobbled street and into a small patio – you can bring a table and chairs and sit out here – with glass doors that cleverly let in light. Inside is modern, with Netflix on the TV and DVDs, books and games; find a welcome hamper filled with local treats: fruit, Serrano ham, manchego cheese, extra-virgin olive oil, Jerez sherry vinegar, pastries from the nunnery and a bottle of good red.
Sit back on a lounging cushion on the rooftop terrace and watch the sun go down over the town’s rooftops – or stroll down into town, about five minutes on foot, for plenty of bars and restaurants.