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Entrance Camel House Casas

Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

With views of both the sea and the dramatic volcanic landscape that Lanzarote is famous for, the casas provide an authentic Canarian experience with the benefits of comfortable stylish interiors and modern amenities.

The two houses - named Casa Albéniz (main house for 4 people) and Casa de Falla (additional house when you are a party of 5 - 8) contain both two double bedrooms each with an ensuite bathroom. Very spacious and airy lounges and modern American kitchens.

Please note that they are rented out as one large villa. If one one of them needed to rent out, we will not be able to rent the second one separately. For more information please contact us.

For a relaxing sunbath you find a heated pool with comfortable sunbeds.

The Camel House Casas enjoy a supremely convenient situation for, despite being located in the midst of rural serenity, many amenities are situated within close proximity.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Playa Grande Puerto del Carmen 3 km
Access Car essential
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Arrecife 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 En suites
Furniture Double beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Casa Albeniz is a wonderful traditional Canarian house which has been lovingly restored and refurbished. It contains two ensuite bedrooms which are separated by a large open plan sitting/dining and kitchen area.

The huge arched windows in the open plan area create a beautifully light and airy living space. The living space also provides access to the garden terrace and swimming pool area via the ornate French doors. The terrace, complete with outside dining, is ideal for enjoying a Mediterranean meal or simply appreciating the views of the sea.

The living space is an eclectic mix of modern influences and rustic chic. The modern kitchen has everything you need for entertaining, while hidden away in an antique Spanish cupboard is the modern world of electronic equipment. With two large comfortable sofas, tasteful modern decor, and an abundance of space, the property provides all the key ingredients one requires for a perfect holiday.

The largest of the two bedrooms also contains French doors which similarly open out onto the terrace and swimming pool area. This room contains an enormous wrought iron bed with pretty side tables and lights, and a sofa well-suited for relaxing and reading. With a spacious bathroom with a bathtub adjoining, it provides the perfect combination of spaciousness and privacy.

The other bedroom has two large arched windows, while one enjoys a view of the garden and surrounding hills, the other overlooks the peaceful inner courtyard with its' luscious green palm. This bedroom is painted a cool blue with long white curtains and provides the ideal refuge from the sun. Adjoining the room is another light and airy bathroom with walk in shower, bidet and WC.

Casa De Falla cannot be rented separate just in addition to Casa Albéniz.

It has a unique character and charm. It's very light and airy with many windows on both sides of the large and central open plan sitting/dining room. While one side of the room enjoys views of the garden and surrounding hills, the other side enjoys views of the inner courtyard with its' palm tree.

Luxurious sofa and chairs, glass tables and Spanish antiques combine with the peaceful rural setting to create a relaxing, soothing and comfortable atmosphere. While TV, DVD, hifi and wifi bring all the modern necessities of life.

The modern gleaming white kitchen with marble work tops, is set against a backdrop of soft cream walls, which adds to the simplistic and natural style. At either ends of the large open plan space are the bedrooms with their en-suite bathrooms with showers.

The larger of the two double bedrooms is painted a beautiful green with matching blinds and silk bedspread, just inviting you to rest and unwind. This bedroom has a stylish modern red and white bathroom with large walk in shower, WC, and basin.

Situated at the other end of the house is another good sized double bedroom with a striking padded high headboard, attractive bedside tables, mirrors and lamps. Accompanying this bedroom is a large bathroom with equivalent facilities, whose french windows enjoy the green views of the garden.

The Canary Islands region

The temperature of the Canary Islands is consistently the highest in Europe during the coldest months of winter which gives Lanzarote an all year round season. You can plant tomatoes in December! It is the nearest of all the islands to Morocco and the Moroccan influence is obvious in many ways not least in its population of camels which have been on the Island since 1402. There are no poisonous snakes or insects and the last eruptions of a volcano occurred between 1730 and 1736.

During this period a great deal of the low lying land was covered by lava but the Islanders ingeniously developed a method of agriculture which is unique to the Island. They ground the volcanic rock into small granules which is called picon and covered the soil with it. This absorbs moisture over night and releases it into the soil before it can be evaporated by the hot sun.

The ancient wine growing area, la Geria, is another remarkable example of cultivation. All the vines are protected from wind by a semi circle of volcanic stones and the area is widely regarded as one of the wonders of the World. Lanzarote wine was highly regarded in Elizabethan England and is mentioned as ‘malmsy’ by Shakespeare in several of his plays. The production of wine is still an important industry and the annual crop of grapes today is in excess of 4 million kilos. You can try Lanzarote's typical wines in one of the Bodegas along the "wine road".

But Lanzarote has a history which goes back much further than this. The original inhabitants were the Guanches who were effectively exterminated by the Spanish about 800 years ago. Remains of their pottery is still to be found on the island.

Fortunately for Lanzarote a remarkable and very gifted architect and artist, César Manrique, was born on the Island in 1919 who devoted his life and work to gain recognition of the outstanding beauty of Lanzarote. He exerted a powerful influence on the Planning Authorities and prevented the worst excesses of development for tourism during his lifetime. No high rise buildings, no advertising hoardings and more public works of art, pro rata, than any Country in the World. His legacy of visitor attractions is outstanding and all of them are well worth a visit. For example the Foundation of César Manrique in Tahiche (20 km); Cactus garden in Guatiza (30 km); Jameos del Agua near Orzola (40 km) or Mirador del Rio (48 km).

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The Camel House Casas enjoy a supremely convenient situation for, despite being located in the midst of rural serenity, many amenities are situated within close proximity.

There is a good supermarket only 5 minutes walk away, while two of the islands' best restaurants are only a few moments further.

La Cabana (www.lacabanamacher.com) and La Tegala (www.lategala.com) are both within walking distance of the Camel House Casas and offer some of the finest cuisine that the island has to offer.

A short drive from the Camel House Casas are the stunning Bodegas of Stratvs (an award winning vineyard and restaurant, which also has an accompanying shop which sells some of the islands' finest delicacies - www.stratvs.com for further details).

In approx. 3 km distance you can reach Lanzarote's greatest holiday resort Puerto del Carmen with its golden beaches, restaurants, bars etc. Kids will love the Theme Park "Rancho Texas Park " with animals and a small waterpark.

Puerto Calero´s Marina (3 km) invites you to stroll along and to have a coffee or a drink in one of the restaurants or bars with an amazing view to all the boats and yates.

Another 3 km direction Tias there is the new 18 hole Golf Club, www.lanzarotegolfresort.com.

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