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“Quiet 18th Century family farm turned boutique hotel, with charming bougainvillea framed courtyard. With white washed walls, high-beamed ceilings, shuttered windows, and original family antiques give warm traditional feel to the rooms. The stables are now a lively restaurant, popular with locals. ”

“Quiet 18th Century family farm turned boutique hotel, with charming bougainvillea framed courtyard. With white washed walls, high-beamed ceilings, shuttered windows, and original family antiques give warm traditional feel to the rooms. The stables are now a lively restaurant, popular with locals. ”

Hotel Review

The Mozaga has been in the Bethencourt family for three generations. The B&B’s eight rooms – two with a private sitting room – have thick walls, high, beamed ceilings and are filled with carefully chosen antiques. Make the most of the hamlet’s central location as a touring base, and don’t miss the restaurant (under separate ownership), which is crammed at weekends and has a two-storey picture window that gives on to a blasted lava plain. Generous buffet breakfast. No pool.
Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • The restaurant, serving traditional Canarian cuisine using locally-sourced produce, is always guaranteed to please.
  • Local exploring
  • Perfectly positioned for exploring the island by car or bike, from the volcanoes to the beaches and villages.
 

Written by Louise Brealey

Recommended For

  • Foodies
  • The restaurant, serving traditional Canarian cuisine using locally-sourced produce, is always guaranteed to please.
  • Local exploring
  • Perfectly positioned for exploring the island by car or bike, from the volcanoes to the beaches and villages.
  • Great walks
  • Whether along the beach or in the Timanfaya National Park - there are fantastic walks to stretch your legs.
  • Wine tasting
  • Maria Luisa's family owns El Grifo, one of Lanzarote’s most famous bodegas and can organise tastings.
  • Trekking
  • Don't miss the tour of the volcanoes in Timanfaya National Park, climb the craters and observe within.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Sit and chill in the pretty gardens, there is an honesty bar that will keep you entertained.
  • Cycling
  • Enjoy the views at Timanfaya National Park from two wheels.
  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcomed.
  • Restaurant
  • Breakfast and dinner only.
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Less £
  • Family Suites
  • Good wine list
  • Full of character
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Owner managed
  • On an island
  • Beach nearby
  • Village
  • Antiques
  • Boutique
  • Artworks
  • Traditional
  • Gourmet
  • Views
  • Free wifi
  • Romantic
  • Intimate
  • Charming
  • Exclusive use

Facilities

  • Child friendly
  • Children of all ages welcomed.
  • Restaurant
  • Breakfast and dinner only.
  • Meeting Room
  • Internet
  • Outdoor dining
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Bar
  • Cots available
  • Massage
  • No pets
  • Bicycle hire
  • Not suitable for disabled guests
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Good wine list
  • Family Suites
  • Parking
  • Sitting Room
  • Garden
  • Suites
  • Views
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Satellite / Cable TV

Activities

  • Great walks
  • Whether along the beach or in the Timanfaya National Park - there are fantastic walks to stretch your legs.
  • Wine tasting
  • Maria Luisa's family owns El Grifo, one of Lanzarote’s most famous bodegas and can organise tastings.
  • Trekking
  • Don't miss the tour of the volcanoes in Timanfaya National Park, climb the craters and observe within.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Sit and chill in the pretty gardens, there is an honesty bar that will keep you entertained.
  • Cycling
  • Enjoy the views at Timanfaya National Park from two wheels.

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Caserío de Mozaga is a traditional canarian farmhouse built in late XVIII century and listed in the Historic Catalogue of Lanzarote located in an estate of approximately 10.000 sqm.

The house has been the property of the same family and served as their home since its construction. The family has lived since then without interruption.

Back in 1998, its present heir and owner conducted a thorough renovation of the farmhouse to adapt it to hotel and touristic use, maintaining part of it for private use as her home.

The renovation made special emphasis in keeping harmony between the old and the new elements. The aim was to maintain all antique structural, architectural, furniture, family old paintings and objects.

It is our wish that our guests enjoy the peace, nature and beauty of Lanzarote and discover its special luminosity and mild weather.

If luxury means for you escaping from the busy day to day and enjoy relax and nature be sure that there is no place than Lanzarote to find it.

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