Finca Malvasia, Lanzarote
Palm trees sway in the breeze, scorched volcanic vineyards loom over the steep hills on the horizon, and aquamarine pools abound in this ultra-stylish bolthole whitewashed architecture hidden in the La Geria wine region. It will burn up. There are five rooms and suites and a three-bedroom villa, all self-contained and close to many good restaurants. Massages, yoga, and treatments are available in a circular volcanic treatment room, and cribs, high chairs, toys, and beach gear are all provided for the kids.
Double From £102, Room Only, fincamalvasia.com
El Patio, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Discover a whole different side of Tenerife by staying in this elegantly renovated countryside, buried in 60 hectares of banana plantations on the blue-rimmed northwest coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The rooms are simple but comfortable, with an elegant reading room and bar, perfect for cooler days or when you just want to escape the sun. It has a fairly large pool and many quiet corners to relax with a book. This is an ideal base for walking, with a variety of trails nearby. El Patio will be happy to arrange wine tasting tours and trips to local food producers.
B&Bs double from £71 at hotelpatio.com
Hotel San Telmo, Santa Cruz de la Palma
Located in the oldest district of La Palma’s most charming town, the 350-year-old San Telmo is a charming boutique hotel with just eight bedrooms and a central floral patio with roof terrace. It’s around. A small reception area doubles as a breakfast room and is filled with information about local attractions and walking trails. There’s no restaurant, but Cinnamon Bar next door is his one of the best places in town for hearty Spanish food and sumptuous desserts.
B&B from £70 double at hotel-santelmo.com
Veintiuno, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
Located in the city’s oldest district, Vegueta, this 18th-century mansion was once home to one of the island’s richest families. Transformed into a 21st century hotel, it brings Scandic-chic and contemporary artwork into an elegant space. The 11 bedrooms are stylish and include a plunge pool, bar and a stunning rooftop area with stunning views of the historic skyline. Owners Alexandra and Paco are always available for local tips and recommendations. However, this is an adults only hotel.
B&B double from £113, hotelveintiuno.com
Arava Suites, Teguise, Lanzarote
Located on a quiet street on the Costa Teguise, Alava’s six suites feature a crisp, minimalist style in shades of stone and taupe, with indoor plants and large windows that bring in stark volcanic views. Set up for bed and breakfast, each suite also has a small kitchenette, perfect for enjoying a quick dinner with a glass of local volcano wine. Massages, yoga, and meditation are offered in the wellness studio, and the garden is dotted with sunbeds.
£112 to double B&B, alavasuites.com
Ibo Alfaro Hotel Rural, Ermigua, La Gomera
This 19th-century mansion has been completely restored, and many of the 17 bedrooms feature original teak window chairs, wooden floors, and Moorish ceilings. Breakfast is a smorgasbord of local meats and cheeses, fresh fruit and bread, the perfect fuel for hiking the trails of La Hemera Gomera. There is no restaurant, but there is an honesty bar for sundowners on the roof.
B&B double from £56, hotel-gomera.com
Hotel Rural Maipes, Gran Canaria
On the quieter side of the island, this gorgeous burnt yellow Canarian home dates back to the early 19th century and offers a haven for walkers and nature lovers. Stone walls and traditional furnishings complement cozy rooms with beamed ceilings and tiled floors. There is a pool outside in the lawn garden with a Turkish bath and sauna. The restaurant serves Spanish and Canarian cuisine.
B&B double from £64, maipez.com
La Casona de Yaiza, Lanzarote
Built in 1825 as a summer retreat, La Casona is perched above the Fenauso Valley and overlooks the dark landscape of Lanzarote. The hotel has been reimagined as his gallery of living art, with painted ceilings, artwork scattered throughout, and an ancient rainwater tank under the house turned into a gallery. The famous restaurant specializes in fish dishes.
B&B, casonadeyaiza.com, double from £91
Hotel Rural Maho, Fuerteventura
A chance to discover the second largest Canary Islands beyond spectacular beaches, Maho is a traditional stone house in the north with spectacular mountain views. In addition to his nine rooms with antique four-poster beds and old stone walls, Mahoe has his one of the best restaurants on the island, catering to everyone from carnivores to vegans. increase. There is also a well-stocked library and a small pool.
B&Bs doubled from £69, mahoh.com
Hotel la Quinta Roja, Garachico, Tenerife
With a stunning location on Piazza Libertà in the picturesque village of Garachico, this 17th-century Baroque mansion has a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere, with a leafy courtyard dotted with loungers and comfortable rattan sofas. . The rooms retain many original features, with exposed stone walls paired with simplified contemporary furnishings. The little Tasca behind the hotel serves delicious lunchtime tapas and a range of local wines. Walking, tasting, cycling and canoeing tours can all be arranged by the hotel.
B&B, quintaroja.com, double from £98
a canary that can’t fly
There are ferries to the island from Cadiz and Huelva in southern Spain.