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Situated on the beach of Garraf is Soho House’s Little Beach House Barcelona. A quick, direct train south of Barcelona, you can be to this charming fishing village in less than forty minutes. This past year I stayed for a one-night getaway and was absolutely smitten with the beach house.

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The location of the Little Beach House is nothing short of amazing. Literally footsteps from the intimate beach, you can hear the waves crashing in each of the bedrooms. What was once a 1950’s hotel built with views of the sea, Soho House came in and put their signature touch on the space. 

Upon entering the house, the airy room opens to a frame window view of the ocean. Pops of sage green and yellow mustard dot the communal space with ample spots to cozy up. The highlight is certainly the seaside restaurant and terrace. An ode to Spain’s local ingredients, the menu offers everything from pescadito to paella. At night, you can head to the rooftop terrace to enjoy the views over Garraf. 

Each of the 17 rooms is beautifully decorated. With Soho House’s line of Cowshed products in the bathrooms, there is a spa-like feeling. Bespoke pieces in each room make it feel like a luxurious yet understated in that beach-like atmosphere. The red and white floors pair well with those well-placed details like Marshall speakers and in-room coffee machines, making the room just like home. 

The Little Beach House is the perfect escape while visiting Barcelona. It’s a creative’s haven, a Spanish oasis with great design and one view you’ll never tire of. 

*Though the beach house is for house members, they also accept non-members for reservations at the house during offseason. Be sure to inquire directly for a reservation. 

Inside The Little Beach House Barcelona


The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona

The Little Beach House Barcelona


Shop the Little Beach House Inspiration:Inside The Little Beach House Barcelona

Marshall Bluetooth Speaker, Woven Pillow, Rattan Chair, Pink Umbrella, Macrame Wall Piece, Embroidered Soludos Espadrilles, Woven Light Pendant, Tassel Blanket.


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The Little Beach House Barcelona

 

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