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We spent two weeks in the Superior Bungalow with its own private garden and outdoor jacuzzi. We can honestly say that it is one of the most restful holidays we have had and the surroundings are simply breathtaking. The gardens are amazing and contain the...More
This hotel is located away from the usual tourist resorts of Los Cristianos etc - it is situated on the outskirts of Guimar, an inland town. It has large, lovely gardens and we would recommend one of the Bungalows to appreciate them. The Bungalows (wooden...More
We stayed at this hotel 10 years ago and looked forward to returning. However, we shall not go again.It has enormous potential being situated away from the hectic tourist areas and hidden away in beautiful gardens.It is overdue for updating as the furnishings appear tired...More
We stayed for a week in a junior suite in this hotel and enjoyed every minute of our stay. If you don't like the crowds in the Southern part of Tenerife this is the place to be. Sure you need a car to visit the...More
Firstly a brief explanation. 'Hotel Rural' does not mean a hotel in the countryside but one which still has some agricultural connection. So this hotel is just on the edge of Guimar but stands in its own 5 ha walled grounds which include a commercial...More
Response from evallonia | Reviewed this property |
Don't know about safety after dark as we generally ate in the hotel in the evening and then sat out on the terrace or in the garden pavilion. As to walking to the town and the port to some extent it depends on how... More
Don't know about safety after dark as we generally ate in the hotel in the evening and then sat out on the terrace or in the garden pavilion. As to walking to the town and the port to some extent it depends on how young and/or fit you are (I fail on both counts!). The walk to the town is only about 1 mile (1.5 km) but is a steady uphill walk - away from the immediate coastal strip most of Tenerife is on a slope. It's a fairly undistinguished walk although on the way back there are views down to the coast.
The walk to the port is about 3 miles (5 kilometres) along a fairly busy road and, again, would be an uphill slog on the way back. I have never walked there. There is a bus service to the port, I think, which stops near the hotel gates. The hotel may be able to help on that.
The hotel is delightfully relaxing but I would regard a car as near essential to get the best out of a stay there. Away from the coastal motorway the roads are pretty quiet.