Casa La Casamera and view to the sea

Casa La Casamera and view to the sea

Casa La Casamera and view to the sea Light and airy open-plan interior Living area Casa La Casamera Barbecue area Bedroom under the eaves The kitchen Barbecue area Casa La Casamera Shower room Casa La Casamera is surrounded by farmland

Casa La Casamera

The Canary IslandsEl Hierro › Guarazoca

A romantic country cottage combining rustic charm with modern comforts in a peaceful orchard setting

Peacefully situated on a fruit farm beside a small country lane, Casa La Casamera is an attractive holiday home for couples looking for comfort, charm and seclusion. Although of fairly recent construction, the house's exterior reflects the traditional island style with its use if natural materials including local lava stone and wood. The interior, however, is surprisingly contemporary, with a bright and airy open-plan layout, although there are a few carefully chosen rustic touches to lend the property its homely character.

Casa La Casamera's double bedroom is located on an open gallery beneath the eaves, reached by a rather striking open staircase. Underneath the bedroom are the open-plan kitchen (with fridge-freezer, 4-ring gas hob, microwave, toaster and coffeemaker), a dining area and a modern shower room, whilst the comfortable sitting area with its corner sofa benefits from a wonderfully high pitched ceiling. Satellite TV (with limited English-language channels) and a CD player are provided, as is free WiFi and a washing machine.

The terraces bordering the house offer a choice of sea and mountain views, and there is a brick-built barbecue area for preparing al-fresco lunches. The surrounding farm produces mangos, papayas, avocados and other fruit, as well as its own eggs, and Casamera's fiendly owner often offer some of their fresh produce to their guests.

The nearest restaurants and are approximately 4 km away in the small villages of Guarazoca and Mocanal. The island capital, Valverde, lies just beyond Mocanal and can be reached by car in around 15 minutes, and whilst little more that a village itself, has sufficient small shops for all your day-to-day needs. In the opposite direction, it is just a short drive through the tunnel road the reach the little town of Frontera in the El Golfo region, a popular area for walking and visiting some of the small volcanic beaches along the north coast.

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