Little Hotels

in Tenerife

Hotel Rural Finca Salamanca

, Güimar

A country hotel in a former manor house, with an award-winning restaurant.

Guest rating 8.7

Casa Rural Morrocatana

, Masca

Four holiday cottages in spectacular mountain surroundings on Tenerife.

Guest rating 9.6

Hotel Spa Villalba

, Vilaflor

Hotel Villalba is built with total respect for traditional Canarian architecture and its special mountain location. The hotel is adults only, with a spa and gym.

Guest rating 9.1

Hotel San Roque

, Garachico

Hotel San Roque is a delightful and luxurious hotel on Tenerife, in Garachico.

Guest rating 9.2

Gara Hotel Rural

, Garachico

Stylish, comfortable hotel right by the sea in the little town of Garachico on the north coast of Tenerife.

Guest rating 8.8

Hotel Emblemático San Marcos

, Icod de Los Vinos

A very stylish townhouse hotel in the coastal town of Icod de Los Vinos.

Guest rating 9.3

Senderos de Abona

, Granadilla

Charming little hotel in Granadilla de Abona, notable for the friendly, family service.

Guest rating 8.3

La Quinta Roja

, Garachico

Hotel La Quinta Roja is a historic house in Garachico, in a quiet corner of Tenerife.

Guest rating 8.9

El Patio de Tita

, Los Realejos

El Patio de Tita is the perfect place for anyone wanting a self-catering apartment with the benefit of a restaurant on-site.

Guest rating 7.6
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Reasons to visit Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest island in the Canaries archipelago, and probably the one with the most varied of landscapes. At its centre it is dominated by the extinct volcano of Mt Teide, and the natural park that surrounds it is a paradise for walkers, birdwatchers and lovers of nature. The purity of the air on the mountain slopes is astounding.

Around the coastline, there are many broad sandy beaches as well as steep rocky cliffs with commanding views. While some of the beaches have been turned into the well-known lively resorts like Los Cristianos, there are a multitude of quieter places offering more low-key facilities or even total solitude.

The fertile valleys are important regions for growing bananas and these offer verdant green vistas for those who venture into the countryside. Elsewhere there are areas of semi-desert and monumental rock formations created by the wind.