Secluded and peaceful centenary villa that combines traditional architecture with modern and elegant design. Located in a property of more than 5,000 Hectares next to an ancient forest of pistacia atlantica some of which is about 500 years old. There are also orchards, tropical trees, olive trees and aromatic plants garden.
Services and common areas
The accommodation is integrated in the middle of a huge estate with many palm trees and endemic flora, paths for walks, viewpoints overlooking the sea and the mountains, heated pool, gym, tennis court, entertainment room, outdoor dining room, solarium, farm animals, winery, organic garden, shop and more than 5000 Hectares of orchards, ecological crops and reforestation areas. Private parking next to the accommodation.
Breakfast is included in the price.
In addition to all these services we offer lunch and dinner services on request at Redondo de Guayedra resort facilities.
Pets are allowed under certain conditions. Additional cost 16 €/ night
We have cots and high chairs for babies.
Massage services can also be requested and may be enjoyed at our facilities.
We offer reforestation services to compensate for our Co2 footprint. We organize excursions to the mountain to plant trees for € 35 / person.
Concierge and customer service
We advise on the countless activities that can be done in the area, hiking, diving, fishing, biking, archaeological and cultural visits, etc. You can also hire our excursions to reforest and thus contribute to the protection of the environment and compensate your carbon footprint.
Treat yourself to a well deserved break and let us cater to your every whim. We wait for you in Paradise.
Guayedra is a beautiful and leafy valley located on the Northwest coast of Gran Canaria just 5 km away. from the famous town of Agaete and its fishing port of Las Nieves. During the conquest of Gran Canaria (1478-1483), the last indigenous king Tenesor Semidan of Gran Canaria (later called Fernando Guanarteme) agreed with the Catholic Monarchs a peace agreement in which the principal indigenous nobles accepted to Christianize in exchange for annexing the island except the Guayedra Valley, which they considered sacred. There, a small settlement formed by 40 native families was established. In the valley there are three important archaeological sites and many hiking trails.
Equipment & services
- Smart TV
- Household contents
- Fridge with freezer
- Electric oven
- Coffee maker
- Espresso coffee maker
- High chair
- Hair dryer
- Sound system with CD
- Garden furniture
- Sun loungers
- Fruit orchad
- Bedlinen & bathtowels
- Pool cleaning everyday
- Last day cleaning