WHILE you enter off an anonymous side street, the minute you step inside it is quickly apparent that San Fernando is a little special. Overlooking a charming circular square where Carmona gathers at paseo time; its picture windows offer a birds eye view of the display below and some of the towns celebrated arcaded buildings. It almost feels like going to the opera, its attractive entrance hall covered in beautiful hydraulic tiles, the furniture classic French in style. The subtle green and plum red décor only adds to the effect. It is all quite fitting for a town that is steeped in aristocratic grandeur and famous for its architecture.