Casa Valle de Palmeras, Haria
Casa Valle de Palmeras is a converted rustic farm property built in 1900 which is in a protected area in the centre of Haria village. The bedrooms are light and airy offering lovely views. They are accessed from the upstairs living space which gets sunlight from the original large shuttered Canarian window. Downstairs there is a comfy living/dining room, a secluded walled garden, and a small kitchen and bathroom. This property has been lovingly and sympathetically restored ready to welcome you.
Casa Valle de Palmeras is a family home which exudes a feeling of warmth. The original large house has been divided into two separate houses each with their own entrances.
Guests can enjoy the original rustic charm of two large upstairs bedrooms ideal for couples, small groups and families. Each bedroom has its own sink, wardrobe, and drawers. The house comfortably sleeps 6 in the double beds and there are a further four sofa beds allowing for flexible sleeping arrangements. There is also an upstairs living area which enjoys the natural sunlight through the original Canarian shuttered windows. Downstairs has a sunlit living room with a smart TV and a dining area with an extendable table which seats 6 to 8. The living room gives access to a peaceful and secluded walled garden with scented plants and a BBQ area. The garden provides sheltered sun all day. There is a small kitchen which includes a fridge, 2 ring ceramic hob, microwave, toaster, and kettle; and a small bathroom with a generous sized shower.
Casa Valle de Palmeras is situated in a protected area on a one way street leading to the centre of Haria which is a few minutes walk away and just 6KM away from the local sandy beach. Walk to the end of the road and you are in the middle of the beautiful local mountain trails.
Haria is an original Canarian village known as the valley of a thousand palms. It is a sheltered green oasis in the north of the island. Here you can enjoy a slower pace of life as you soak up local culture wandering around the village or sitting at a bar. The local plaza is a few minutes walk away offering a few great value Canarian bars/restaurants and shops. If you enjoy leisurely or more challenging walks, there are many scenic routes to choose from. Haria was home to local artist Cesar Manrique who was instrumental in maintaining the timeless character of Lanzarote. He inspired much of the architecture on the island and many of the art installations and attractions are thanks to him. Cesar Manrique was killed in a tragic accident and now his untouched house and art studio is open to view in Haria village. Other tourist attractions close by include Jameos del Agua, Cueva de los Verde, Mirador del Rio, and Jardin de Cactus. And for beach lovers, the closest beach, Playa la Garita, is just 6km away. Arrieta also has a small sandy beach and sea pool ideal for young children and is situated by the harbour wall. The next village around the coast, Punta Mujeres, also has a collection of sea pools ideal for all the family.
If you wish to discover more of the island, Haria is an ideal centre for your holiday with most of the island attractions no more than a 35 minute drive away. The tourist resort of Costa Teguise is just a 20 minute drive away and Puerto Del Carmen just a 35 minute drive away.
Price per week for 2 people 385 euros. For 2 people per night the price is 55 euros for a minimum of 2 nights. For each person after 2 people it is an extra 10 euros per night.