Casa El Molino

Casa el Molino

3 Bedrooms   Max. Persons: 5 
 73,51      Altitude: 316m
Holiday House La Palma Reg. No. CR-38/5/0000122 

 Casa El Molino roof terrace looking inland
 Casa El Molino is an impressive and traditional Canarian house with fabulous views over both the countryside and sea.   Casa El Molino exterior with windmill  Situated in the area of Mazo in the south east of La Palma it is ideally situated for the historic capital of Santa Cruz, the beaches of Los Cancajos and various walks such as the Volcano Route.
 Casa El Molino roof terrace

The spacious houses comprises of 3 bedrooms, a lounge with log fire, dining room, well fitted kitchen and bathroom. 

Outside there is a terrace, BBQ and roof terrace from where to enjoy the magnificent views. 

 Casa El Molino roof terrace landscape view
 Casa El Molino kitchen  Casa El Molino lounge  Casa El Molino dining room
 Casa El Molino bedroom 2  Casa El Molino bedroom  Casa El Molino bedroom 3
 Casa El Molino starry night  Casa El Molino bathroom  Casa El Molino BBQ

 DISTANCES: 

Nearest supermarket: 2.1 km 
Nearest beach: 7 km 
Caldera de Taburiente National park: 42 km 
Nearest Restaurant: 2.1 km 
Health Centre: 2.1 km 
Sta Cruz de la Palma harbour: 9 km 
La Palma Airport (SPC): 7 km 

GPS Coordinates: 
28º 36’ 36.71” N - 17º 46’ 19.85” W

 
Microwave  
4 ceramic Hob OK
Hair dryer OK
Chairs & table for terrace OK
Wooden roof OK
Drying rack OK
Covered terrace OK
Toaster OK
 Deck chairs OK
Satellite TV OK
Ocean view OK
Mountain view OK
Panoramic view OK
blender OK
Electric coffeemaker OK
Central heating OK
Fireplace OK
Doble bedroom
(double bed)
OK
Electric heater OK
Refrigerator OK
Electric oven OK
Washing machine OK
Sandwich toaster OK
Iron and Ironing board OK
 

 Price from 50€ per night
Free WiFi

Baby cot free of charge

Please contact us for details and availability -
just mention Rural House El Molino!

Casa El Molino hallway

 From the nearby town of Mazo it is possible to see the silhouette of the wind-mill where long ago the grain from neighbouring farms was milled. This was very important in the local economy and now it is a workshop for popular pottery.