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.
The hotel has 8 double rooms, two of them with private salon. Each room has bathroom fully equipped with bath, hair dryer, amenities, magnifying mirror, wifi, satellite television and heating. Beach towels are available.
Atractive garden of volcanic sand planted with endemic plants of the island and samples of blossom flowers, cactus and a large variety of bushes and flowers of the macaronesia region. You can enjoy Aloes,Echiums, Aeoniums, Cardones , Veroles and different types of lichens, buganvilleas, canary palms, drago and big rubber plants. We have no umbrellas but the rubber plants and palm trees will protect you from the sun , and you will enjoy the relax of reading or sleeping under their shade.
WIFI: free access
Help and advice on the variety of activities to be found in the island: cultural, nature, sports, gastronomic and special events.
Breakfast from 08.30 to 10.30 a.m.
Caserío de Mozaga counts with a restaurant -independently managed- located in the old stables of the farmhouse. It opens every evening from 19,30 to 22,30 p.m. Tuesday closed.