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Casa El Moro - Leo

Canary Islands, Spain

Per week

from 906.27 to 906.27 EUR
The Owner / Manager

Raquel Hidalgo

Member since Dec 2014
  • Bookings Accepted:66.67%
  • Avg. Response Time:12 minutes
  • Availability Updated:4 days 22 hours

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BFB's Overview

A world away from Lanzarote’s main tourist strips, Casa el Morro is an oasis of peace and tranquillity overlooking the moonscape volcanoes of Timanfaya and lush vineyards that thrive in their foothills. The owner, Rachel, has taken 10 years to transform an 18th century finca into an exotic, boutique cluster of Canarian cottages and a family sized yurt, tucked into a hillside near the whitewashed wine village of Uga, secluded by tall palm trees and jacarandas.

Rachel has made it her mission to help frazzled parents completely unwind by laying on home cooked organic breakfasts and leading yoga sessions herself as well as tracking down specialist therapists to offer many different styles of massage and healing Ayurveda treatments.

The finca has been cleverly converted into 7 completely individual and self contained cottages set in an extensive garden and grounds, landscaped in the typical Lanzarotian style with BBQ areas and chimineras. At the centre is a blissful sun-trap swimming pool with luxurious loungers for snoozing in the sun and enclosed day beds for siestas in the shade.

There are distinctly eastern influences in Raquel’s interior design and decor which works really well to complement the traditional Canarian style and almost spiritual ambience of Casa el Morro. Luxurious Balinese day beds, teak furniture from Indonesia, colourful wall hangings, ornate antiques and wafts of incense on the breeze create a sophisticated setting while each of the cottages and villas have been individually styled and furnished with character and flair. Rachel has also used original and ecological materials to be as environmentally friendly as possible, including natural oils to nurture the timbers of the ceilings and doors, as well as earthy coloured limestone washes for the thick stone walls. All the accommodation is well equipped for families, with all mod cons including fully fitted kitchens, plasma satellite TV’s, CD players and free Wi Fi plus many have four poster beds and marble finished bathrooms with roll top baths.

Accommodation overview

The finca at Casa el Morro comprises 4 cottages for up to 3 people, 1 for up to 5 people, 1 for a couple with a baby and a family-sized yurt for up to 6 people, with cots available in all the accommodation.

Leo (sleeps 2 plus baby) is just beyond the grounds of the main finca, with walks into the vineyards of La Geria from the doorstep. For a couple with a baby, Leo is secluded and cosy, with decorative Javanese furnishings and antiques, a double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a colonial style terrace.

Please note: The price is based on two guests including continenal breakfast. Children 2 or over are charged 15 Euros extra per night plus 6 Euros daily for breakfast.

Location Information

Casa el Morro is located on the edge of the dramatic, volcanic Timanfaya National Park, between Lanzarote’s lively coastal resorts of Puerto del Carmen and Playa Blanca. The finca is also within the extraordinary wine valley of La Geria which produces most of Lanzarote’s excellent wines despite the vines looking surreal and unreal against the black ash moonscape.

The small wine village of Uga is close by, with low, white houses, palm trees and camels creating a North African charm – the camels being bred here for volcano safaris into Timanfaya which beats a donkey ride on the beach any day! No visit would be complete without a trip up Fire Mountain and seeing the guide pour water down volcanic chimneys to be spurted back out as blistering steam.

The nearest beach is only 6 kms away and the family friendly resort of Playa Blanca is also only 15 minutes drive, offering a full choice of bars and restaurants, as well as a string of sandy beaches with watersports, loungers and parasols. A little further down the coast, Punta de Papagayo is the most southerly tip of the island, with a chain of idyllic coves and bays to discover, promising fine golden sand and warm, crystal clear sea.

Staying at Casa el Morro, families will find plenty of things to see and do within an hour’s drive and the owners will be happy to provide their personal recommendations, from the best markets to the best restaurants to secret coves and beauty spots for a picnic.

Of all the Canaries, Lanzarote claims to have the most reliable climate, averaging a balmy 23 degrees, 3,000 hours of sunshine and only 16 days of rain per year. Unlike the high rise horrors of other Canary Islands, Lanzarote has also been developed with remarkable sensitivity to its unique landscape and with strong influences of the island’s most famous artist and architect, Cesar Manrique, who was a friend of the family of Casa el Morro.

Getting here: Lanzarote’s international airport is just 16 kms (20 mins), with flights widely available from airports across the UK.

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Arrivals and Departures

Check-in time: 12:00

Check-out time: 12:00

Payment

Reservation Deposit: 15%

Balance: 56 days prior to arrival

Arrivals and Departures

Check-in time: 12:00

Check-out time: 12:00

Payment

Reservation Deposit: 15%

Balance: 56 days prior to arrival

Pricing Notes

Please note: The price is based on two adults. Additional guests 2 and over are charged 15 Euros per night. Daily breakfast is also included for two adults, additional guests breakfast charge is 6 Euros per day.

Rates

3 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2016 : €906.27 /week3 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2016 : £906.27 /week

Arrivals and Departures

Check-in time: 12:00

Check-out time: 12:00

Payment

Reservation Deposit: 15%

Balance: 56 days prior to arrival

Pricing Notes

Please note: The price is based on two adults. Additional guests 2 and over are charged 15 Euros per night. Daily breakfast is also included for two adults, additional guests breakfast charge is 6 Euros per day.

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Fast Facts

Sleeps 2 + Infant in 1 double bedroom.

Coast Within 30 minutes driving distance

Beaches are just 10 minutes drive away.

Any Pool

A lovely shared pool, set in an enclosed area with some steps leading down to the pool, sun loungers and Roman steps leading into the pool where little ones can sit and splash.

Spa Onsite

Sauna and a range of spa treatments and yoga lessons are available.

Babysitting

Babysitting is available at 10 euros per hour.

Nursery Gear (additional)

Cots, highchairs, baby bath, baby bouncer, baby monitor, steriliser, potty, stairgates, bed guards, socket covers, plastic crockery, plastic cutlery and sippy cups.

Indoor Toys / Games Room

Bath toys, kids books, general toys, U-rated kids DVDs.

Meal Delivery / Room Service

Breakfast is included.

Outdoor Toys

Buckets and spades, ride-ons, trikes, swings, sand pit, paddling pool, play house and a trampoline.

Stairgates / no stairs

Stairgates are available.

Private Garden / Terrace / Balcony

There is plenty of space and private terraces including BBQ area.

Wifi / Cable Internet Access

WI-FI is available.

2+ Cots and Highchairs

Cots and highchairs are available.

Daily Cleaning

Cleaning and laundry service is available at an extra charge.

Reviews

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  • Beautiful oasis of calm away from the madding crowds. The property is beautiful and has been designed to ensure privacy of guests. Staff were lovely and incredibly helpful. A great place to stay.Review dated 14/11/2015

Beautiful oasis of calm away from the madding crowds. The property is beautiful and has been designed to ensure privacy of guests. Staff were lovely and incredibly helpful. A great place to stay.

Parent Rated*

5/5
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*Ratings by verified BFB guests who stayed here with young children.
Rated by 1 guests.



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