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Recent Reviews

  • Relaxing and well situated Finca
    5 of 5

    We enjoyed 11 nights at Finca La Esperanza on our familymoon! My husband has mobility problems so the house was perfect for him to get around and the pool hoist was invaluable to enable him to enjoy the pool. We have three sons on their twenties who accompanied us on our honeymoon and they enjoyed chilling out on the roof terrace. There is plenty to do around and about although you will need a car. Arucas is a lovely town where we can highly recommend a wonderful tapas restaurant called Entre Duelas y Tapas. Also the rum factory there is very interesting. We also recommend visiting the coffee plantation at Agaete followed by lunch at Puerto de las Nieces. A restaurant called Ragu was excellent there. Pilar is a very helpful host and met us at the airport so that we could follow her in our hire car. We were grateful as it would have been quite difficult to find the Finca otherwise. The pictures do not do this house justice. We were delighted with our stay and would definitely return. Thank you Pilar!

    Stayed: Jul 2018
  • Very pretty and cosy cottage in a tranquil location
    5 of 5

    We had a lovely welcome from Goyi and Victor, the owners. The picture of the garden and the house are very accurate. The house and garden are very pretty and well kept. The cottage is located a couple of kilometres outside Valleseco in a small valley accessed by long steep track. You definitely need a car to get out and about although there are a couple of walking trails accessible near the house. Valleseco is in the mountains. Very beautiful. About an hour from Las Palmas and we could access other parts of the island (both South and North coast beaches and the central mountains) within 90 mins max although the roads in and out of Valleseco are very windy and narrow. The weather was lovely. We were above the clouds for half of the week! Valleseco seems to be a very sleepy town. There are a few places to eat and there is a supermarket and a small museum and ecological market. This is definitely a place to go if you want to relax and enjoy the mountains however travelling about long distances may be trying for some.

    Stayed: Aug 2018