The patio is situated close to the historic centre of the city, and once you get used to geography of the streets all areas of interest ( Mezquita, river, shops and restaurants) they are all within easy walking distance. The accommodation is clean and the bed is wonderful, large and mid-hardness, and the living area has a nice sofa in front of a good-sized tv. The bathroom is ok, a bit dated but serviceable, but not easy to get to in the dark! The outside patio to the rear is a mess, greenmould on the paving stones and not attractive at all, not really an area to relax in. You have to cross this to get to the kitchen, which in itself has all you need but as the ambient temperature in Cordoba was only around 10 degrees the kitchen was really cold and not conducive to spending any time there. The front patio is very pleasing to the eye, typical of the many patios that feature in the city, however our apartment was on the ground floor and our bedroom window was right next to the communal area, with little sound insulation both ways. We would probably stay there again and I would recommend it to friends but after sharing our overall thoughts.
Pros: Situation, bed, helpful staff (Marian was very helpful, courteous and friendly).
Cons: A general updating of the rear patio and kitchen, with improved lighting in the main area
Location: Cordoba is a great place to enjoy real Spain, its culture and mixed heritage - the Mezquita is a superb place to see this, and the Alcázar gardens too