Perfect to contemplate the trade winds. Facing some spectacular cliffs known as Riscos de Chapín, in the Barranco de Tejeda ravine, you will be able to see from its terrace how the clouds stick to the summits like shreds. The house, which was formerly used to store almonds, is now run by two siblings Eva and Carlos Cabrera. Tejeda, where the house is located, is probably the island's most visited municipality by painters and photographers. Everyone comes here to enjoy and try to capture the magical colours that, every evening, pour in at the foot of the Roque Bentayga, rising above the horizon and enveloping the landscape. Fully equipped kitchen, full bathroom, living-dining room, free Wi-FI/Internet access, TV-TDT, music system with CD, heating, terrace, garden and solarium.
Terrace• Wi-Fi · heat pump
Pool and Wellness
Solarium. Municipal swimming pool located 50 metres away (open during summer months).
Accepted credit cards
Visa • Mastercard