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This holiday house from the nineteenth century is situated in the village of El Golfo, footsteps from the sea.
It was restored in 2000, comfortable apartments were created retaining traditional elements that existed in the house and which are typical of Canarian architecture. During the first restoration, in the 60’s, Cesar Manrique intervened as at the time he was cousin of the owners.
The apartments are very comfortable and have a bedroom with double bed, dining/kitchen area and a bathroom with shower equipped with hairdryer and Laura Hutton´s Aloe Vera products (gel/shampoo and body lotion dispenser) We offer room cleaning during your stay.
The apartments face the interior of the house except the Studio which is situated by the outside entrance. The common areas living and dining room, the patio and the stunning terrace are the original parts of the house. It also offers 2 watering pools, one on the terrace (freshwater) and a natural pool with fresh seasalt water and with access directly from the house.
The town of El Golfo is popular during the day, many visitors from the island come to enjoy its good cuisine and the Charco de los Clicos. It is also a few minutes from Timanfaya, Los Hervideros, Papagayo beaches…the perfect location for some relaxing days.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.
Children and extra beds
Max. Capacity: 2 people or 2+1 (babies untill 2,99 yrs free in cot)
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted credit cards
Languages spokenSpanish, English
Check-inFrom 15:00 h
- Car hire
- Electric kettle
- Free toiletries
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Private check-in/check-out
- Satellite Channels
- Sun terrace
No parking available.
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Rural DestinationsEl Golfo Located in the south of the island, in the municipality of Yaiza, El Golfo is one of the most charming natural villages of Lanzarote. This fishing village was surrounded by lava from volcanic eruptions from 1730-1736. Thanks to this, it became one of the few and rare example of hydrovulcanism,