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“Mahoh is a traditional 19th century Canarian house, awash with heritage and charm. The rooms are dominated by great antique beds and are given added character from their exposed stone walls. Sample typical Canarian food at the hotel's restaurant. A delighful, low-cost option.”

“Mahoh is a traditional 19th century Canarian house, awash with heritage and charm. The rooms are dominated by great antique beds and are given added character from their exposed stone walls. Sample typical Canarian food at the hotel's restaurant. A delighful, low-cost option.”

Recommended For

  • Country Escape
  • Tucked away in the countryside, away from all the mega seaside resorts, with stunning views of the mountains
  • Full of character
  • With exposed stone walls and plenty of antiques
  • Museums
  • Visit the nearby Casa Museo Unamuno Fuerteventura to learn about the islands colonial history
  • Great walks
  • This rugged landscape offers great walking, especially in the nearby Malpais de la Arena
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the charming fishing town of El Cotillo, six miles from the hotel
  • Tennis
  • Enjoy a game of tennis on the guesthouse's court
  • In/by a Nature Reserve
  • Quiet
  • Less £
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Owner managed
  • Free wifi
  • Antiques
  • Pet friendly
  • Traditional
  • Restaurant
  • Charming

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Meeting Room
  • Library
  • Bicycle hire
  • Swimming Pool
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Sitting Room
  • Garden
  • Room service
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Museums
  • Visit the nearby Casa Museo Unamuno Fuerteventura to learn about the islands colonial history
  • Great walks
  • This rugged landscape offers great walking, especially in the nearby Malpais de la Arena
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the charming fishing town of El Cotillo, six miles from the hotel
  • Tennis
  • Enjoy a game of tennis on the guesthouse's court

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Mahoh, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain

'Fuerteventura’s premier rural hotel shows there’s more to the island than its celebrated coastline, offering a chance to see animals such as goats and Barbary squirrels imported from Africa and a restaurant that's said to be one of the finest on the island.'

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)