Canarian house of wood and stone fabulous sea view

Gehele houten huisje aangeboden door David

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  2. 1 slaapkamer
  3. 1 Bed
  4. 1 badkamer
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Casa Gloria is a traditional rural house with a stunning, panoramic sea view of the Atlantic. The romantic bedroom with original wooden floor and ceiling provide a great ambiance - even the bathroom with Victorian-esk roll top bath has a great view and ideal for two people!
Perfect for an island getaway, ideal for those who love nature and tranquility.
If you love the countryside, you'll love it here!
Located in the north of La Palma, the most beautiful part of the island.
Free bikes.

De ruimte
Downstairs is the lounge with kitchen and dining table. The kitchen is fully equipped with our guests in mind!
Beautiful beech-wood stairs lead to the first floor and the spacious bedroom with double bed, wardrobe, bedside chests, dressing table and stool and original wooden window seats where you can sit and look out over the Ocean. The bathroom is en-suite and also has a fantastic view - and the bath has enough room for two. There is also a shower if you prefer. The bathroom is also equipped with you in mind with hairdryer, heated towel rail and more!

Wat deze plek aanbiedt

Gratis parkeren op het terrein
Gratis wasmachine – in het gebouw
Gratis wasdroger – in de accommodatie
Terras of balkon
Pack ’n play/Reiswieg
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Waar je zult verblijven

Garafia, Canarische eilanden, Spanje

Franceses is like going back in time - it's a paradise where the birds sing, the goat bells ring and the clock goes slow !
Located in the middle of the north above the coast, Franceses sweeps sea level at the old port/beach of La Fajana right up to the pine forests at 1000m above sea level.
La Casita is located almost right in the middle, just 1.5km from the old village of Los Machines which is at heart of this municipality. It's a rural area with just one bar and cafe which is a great way to meet the locals - and it also sells a few groceries.
12 minutes away by car or a 1 hr walk down the GR130 Camino Real trekking path, there is the port village of La Fajana de Garafia. With no shops or bar/cafes there, it's an interesting place with the old wooden wine press and walk through the banana plantation to the beach.
Sometimes in summer it is possible to swim there although not always but it's a great place for beach combing and usually just enough sand beach on which to relax and have a picnic!

Aangeboden door David

  1. Lid sinds maart 2018
  • 11 recensies
One rainy day in January 2002, Ann and I left York, North Yorkshire for the Canary Islands in search of 'somewhere special.' With a one-way flight from Manchester to Tenerife, we had sold our home, put our furniture into storage and set off clutching our suitcases and aspirations. Little did we know that it would take five months of searching! Needless to say, it was a somewhat longer adventure than we had planned ... ... as a result of which we traveled to each and every one of the Canary Islands in our quest. But we met many lovely people along the way and learnt a lot about the Canaries and renting houses and apartments. On La Palma we stayed in both the east and the west for six weeks at a time, Mazo, El Paso, Tazacorte and more, but still couldn't find exactly what we were looking for. In our spare time we took the opportunity to walk many routes on the island and we also joined a local walking group who took us on great adventures such as the natural springs of los Tilos, the GR130 Camino Real and the GR131 El Baston. However, although it was an interesting learning curve, we did start to wonder just when we could unpack our suitcases for the last time. And then someone mentioned a house in the north for sale. 'Not the north!' we cried. Whilst the north had long held a place in our hearts as being the most beautiful part of the island with incredibly dramatic scenery at every turn, it wasn't a place we had considered to live. We would see neither a sunrise nor sunset, there would be nothing to do and with more goats than people, we held out little hope for scintillating conversations with neighbours. Hardly a dream come true. But the owners of the finca were very sensible people. They didn't extol the virtues of the sweet little Canarian house already beautifully restored, or the large farmhouse ready and waiting for us to put our imprint on it with our own restoration, or the stone-built bodega perfect for candlelit evenings, or the lovely old stable buildings or two acres of land. No, they just showed us the view. Footnote: It wasn't too long before we discovered the great benefits of living in the north. Here, we can really enjoy being surrounded by nature and listening to the birds sing without the background of car engine noise. We feel privileged to live among our Palmeran neighbours who treat us as family (and ensure we don't expire from a shortage of potatoes!) A lack of something to do has not of course been a problem and luckily we brought some skills with us. I am a mechanical engineer and had already restored a country cottage in the UK and a farmhouse in France. Ann was brought up on a farm so was used to being free range, her motto being 'don't fence me in!' As a job, Ann worked in hotel management .... mmm, that might come in handy somewhere ... and then as a SCUBA/Commercial diving instructor. But now we had our own little place, nearly two acres of it along with two houses and a couple of stables. So we added a few extra touches to the already restored casita (little house) such as hot water and two patios, restored the main farmhouse, cultivated the land ... went walking ... and got chickens. And then ducks (although the ducks have now gone to play with the big ducks at a nearby lake.) Plus our lovely neighbour Pedro showed us a trick or two about country life. In 2010, we walked the whole of the GR130 El Camino Real route around La Palma. And as Ann is fond of saying, the Camino Real is a bit like life - full of ups and downs! And, the icing on the cake is that from 08 May to 01 August, we have both the view of the sun rising from the sea in the morning and the sun setting down into the sea at the end of the day. I have to say - it was well worth the wait!
One rainy day in January 2002, Ann and I left York, North Yorkshire for the Canary Islands in search of 'somewhere special.' With a one-way flight from Manchester to Tenerife, we h…

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Before you arrive we send you information about walking routes, nearby restaurants, beaches, what to see and do and where to shop for groceries etc.
However, we are always more than happy to help with questions - but other than, you can be sure that we just let you enjoy yourself and don't interfere!
Before you arrive we send you information about walking routes, nearby restaurants, beaches, what to see and do and where to shop for groceries etc.
However, we are always mo…
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