We had great time - house is fully furnished for a comfortable stay (we like cooking and found most of the things we need).
Also lots of toys for the children to play with.
House is spacious and bright and han a nice feeling.
Garage is also very convenient.
Didn't try the swimming pool as weather was nice but not hot.
Quiet location (though only a few apartments were occupied at the time).
A bit of a walk (with kids) to Puerto d.l.Cruz, but 5 minz by car.
Large supermaket nearby.
Sabrina was wery nice and always ready to help.
We found the house nice and tidy, very high standards.
Will definitely consider it if we go back to Tenerife.
My husband & I have recently returned from a pleasant week at Calle Dalia 55, which is in a fairly new development just under 2 miles from the town centre. The house is well furnished and equipped, it is in a good position with views over Mount Teide from the front and with sea views from both the front and rear balconies, there is plenty of outdoor space ,a front garden and a yard at the back with table, chairs and a barbecue. The property is well secured with locks on the front and back gates, and shutters on the windows. There is a large well equipped kitchen, complete with many appliances and utensils, so much so, that we were happy to eat in most of the time.
The house is not far from the town centre but the walk is steeply downhill in places, and we ,both pensioners, found the downhill walk into Puerto de la Cruz centre a bit too much .We would recommend using taxis or a hire car, the house is well suited for hiring a car ,it is near the motorway, has a large garage within the property and there was parking on the road . We used the local taxis extensively, they are plentiful and reasonably priced, and around 5 euros each way into the town. There is taxi company number in the information leaflet in the house, and it is advisable to know a few words of Spanish when ringing up, which we managed easily with google translate.
There are plenty of taxis ranks in the Puerto de la Cruz centre and taxis can be flagged down anywhere, the green light on the top of the car signifying they are available for hire. We wrote the Calle Dalia 55 address on a piece of paper and showed that to the driver when we picked up taxis in town as a lot of the drivers don’t speak much English
There are 2 supermarkets within walking distance, one left at the bottom of Calle Dalia (closed Sundays) and a Lidl a bit further away near the El Durazno and motorway junction.
There are several restaurants in the vicinity, the nearest Casa El Rubio left at the top of Calle Dalia was closed for most of the week we were there, but we had a very nice meal on at the Abaco restaurant and museum further along El Durazno (some maps show it as just round the corner or else we would have found it sooner) There is also a restaurant called Titos Bodega near the junction with the motorway.
We have been to Tenerife before and have seen a lot of the Island, this time we remained in the Puerto de la Cruz area , and had an enjoyable day at Loro Parque and visited the Botanical gardens .
Sabrina the agent/housekeeper who met us at the beginning and end of the holiday was very friendly and helpful, our transfer back to the airport did not turn up on time but Sabrina waited with us, rang the company and sorted everything out. Muchas gracias
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The house was even better than it looks like in photos. Everything worked very well and especially beds were surprisingly comfortable (we've stayed few times before at the rent house in Tenerife and at this apartment they were best so far). The housekeeper / agent Sabrina was very nice and helpful. All in all we were very pleased with the house!