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Hotel Caserio de Mozaga, Lanzarote

Caserio de Mozaga

San Bartolome

A charming little hotel in a pretty rural location on Lanzarote

Double rooms from £ 64
8 rooms
Guest Rating: 8.9 / 10
Hotel Caserio de Mozaga, Lanzarote

This 18th century building is included on the Historical & Artistic Heritage list of the region. This little hotel is a fine example of a combination of traditional decor and the modern amenities so many guests appreciate on their holidays.

In this rural area, there is no question of altering the classic simplicity of the building – the main gate leads you into the front patio and the single-storey whitewashed house that glimmers in the intense Canarian sunshine. There are six double rooms and two suites which add a private lounge to their accommodation.  Guest rooms and suites are pristine and straightforward, but they also have satellite TV, a hairdryer, free wi-fi and an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower. The interior is traditional, features including marble dressing tables, pot plants on tables and oil paintings, the effect amplified by beamed wooden ceilings. There are both rooms that open onto the courtyard and ones that face out at the garden. One of the suites has a particularly large window to take in the views.

And the views are spectacular; and this makes sense when taking into account the peaceful, unspoilt rural location and what there is to see in the vicinity: Famara Beach, Papagayo, La Graciosa island and the Timanfaya National Park. After a good day’s trekking, many guests like to laze around in the garden, either on the hammock or on one of the various loungers, where several desert plants grow, along with numerous species unique to the island.


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Double Room

There are 6 double rooms with twin beds or double bed. All rooms have traditional style furniture incorporating many pieces from the original house and an en-suite bathroom with bath. Features include a TV, free WiFi, Central Heating and Hairdryer.

Suite

There are 2 suites with their own sitting room. One has an old wall hanging and a huge window that frames views of distant mountains. Its bathroom is contemporary with big mirrors, fluffy towels, cymbal-sized shower heads and modern mosaic-tiled walls. Features include a TV, free WiFi, Central Heating and Hairdryer.

The food is exceptional and known for being among the best on the island. Dinner is available every day except Tuesday. This is a restaurant affiliated with the hotel and not run by the owners themselves.

Being situated in the centre of the island, most attractions are within easy reach with a hire car:
Timanfaya National Park (Treks can be organised)
Volcanoes
Beaches
Vineyards and wineries in town of La Geria
Watersports
Golf
Plenty of places for walking

 

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Here's What Some People Have Written On Other Review Sites or in the Guestbook:

We stayed here for 3 nights in order to see the "unseen" Lanzarote. It's a very traditional house with lovely, clean rooms. Antique furniture and classic bathrooms made us feel we were staying at a very nice family home and not a hotel. I would recommend the Mozaga for a quiet stay in a traditional residence. Lucy G, London


Maria Luisa, the owner, is a really nice person, discreet and very kind, who welcomes you with a whispering voice, almost to not disturb the peace of the place! Ask her advice on how to explore the island, which she knows perfectly. The place is very quiet; it's an old family country house that was then restored. The bedrooms are comfortable, simple and furnished with items from the old house. Breakfast is rich and abundant and the restaurant, a little more expensive than the average, is absolutely worth a visit.


Guest Rating: 8.9 / 10
This rating has been calculated by combining data from various websites which publish ratings for Caserio de Mozaga.

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In the hotel
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • Free wi‑fi internet access
  • Car park

In your room
  • Television
  • Free wi‑fi internet access
  • En‑suite bathroom
  • Hairdryer
  • Beach towels on request

We Say

A fine example of the value in converting a family home with respect for tradition, both of the building and the family. We love the spacious restaurant, well-lit by the famous Canarian sun.


A Word From the Owner

We  will be delighted to welcome you to what has been our family home for more than 200 years. We will do everything possible to make sure your stay is as pleasant as it can be.

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