Lanzarote, Canary Islands
Beautiful country house in the traditional Canarian style close to Lanzarote’s famous volcanic beaches and national parks.
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Garaday, situated near Lanzarote’s Timanfaya National Park has all the character of a traditional Canarian country house with some luxurious modern updates. Just five minutes from the sea and amidst the island’s volcanic landscape, the house could hardly be in a better location for exploring Lanzarote.
The gorgeous house has a traditional feel with white walls contrasting beautifully with the polished wooden beams and exposed sections of brickwork. This makes the whole interior feel bright, spacious and cool, a wonderful retreat from the sun during the hottest part of the day. The living room perfectly blends features across several centuries with up-to-date technology. The architecture and some of the furnishings have a rich history to learn about, while you’ll also be able to relax on the sofa in front of the Smart TV.
There are three bedrooms, two twins and a double, comfortably sleeping up to six adults. The double has a luxurious memory foam mattress and an ensuite bathroom, while the twin rooms enjoy mountain views. There are three bathrooms in total with modern walk in rain showers.
The big traditional kitchen is fully equipped and you’ll be able to enjoy views over the mountains as you prepare dinner. There’s a dining table in case you want to eat inside and there’s also a wine cooler in the family room. There’s also a second kitchen outside on the patio where you can cook over fire. This is a relaxed space which is covered, with outdoor seating, a pool table and mountain views. A second patio area features comfy sofas and another dining table and in the pretty, enclosed garden you’ll find sun loungers, an outdoor sofa and a large umbrella for creating some shade.
Situated just five minutes from the beach and right next to Timanfaya National Park and Los Volcanes Natural Park, Garaday is perfectly positioned for exploring the island. Spend the day at one of the island’s famous black volcanic beaches or go walking in one of the parks. The otherworldly beauty of Timanfaya, the result of several volcanic eruptions, can be explored on foot, by car or bus, or even by camel. The nearby town of Tinajo has a rich tradition of fishing and agriculture and you’ll find lots of places to eat serving up traditional tapas and Mediterranean dishes.
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