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Featuring a bar, terrace and views of garden, Hotel Boutique Palacio Ico is set in Teguise, 1.6 mi from Lagomar Museum. Just simply, absolutely amazing! Great and calm location in the beautiful city center with super helpful staff and the best breakfast ever. We really enjoyed our 2 nights stay here and we can only recommend this beautiful hotel.
Set 9.9 mi from Lagomar Museum, joyhouse offers accommodations with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi is featured. Oh, we really loved the joyhouse! Only stayed for one night, but we will be back definitely. The house, rooms and shared bathroom are tasteful decorated and clean, the bed was really comfy, kitchen very well equipped. Joyhouse is located in a quite neighborhood, has a little cute garden with a sitting. We spend our time at the house because of the sandstrom and did not mind it at all, because it has really friendly and calm atmosphere, it's a joy to be there!
Set in Teguise in the Canary Islands region and Lagomar Museum reachable within 2.3 mi, Eco Dome Experience offers accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking. The location is just stunning. The dome is well decorated and the staff super friendly and helpful!
Boasting a terrace and a 24-hour front desk, Apartment in Famara Beach is attractively located in Teguise, 328 feet from Famara Beach and 9.9 mi from Lagomar Museum. Fabulous apartment close to the beach. Very modern and clean. We loved it here. Good strong wifi. Lovely outdoor area. Very kind owners.
Set 1.8 mi from Lagomar Museum, B&B La Mimosa offers a garden, a terrace and air-conditioned accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. We booked 4 nights and ended up staying 7! That’s how much we liked it! We had to change rooms after we prolonged and I can confirm both rooms were great and super cosy. One had a couch and TV area, the other a big bathtub! Guilia took so much care to make sure we felt good and her breakfasts were always a highlight! Thanks for everything!
Boasting pool views, Cocorelax features accommodations with a terrace and a kettle, around 9.9 mi from Lagomar Museum. If you’re looking for a quiet, peaceful place on the shore away from the busyness of the resorts, then this is the place for you. It’s in a circle of other small properties and while I knew others were near, I was (almost) completely undisturbed sitting on the terrace. There’s a small sand beach roughly 100 metres away. You do need to bring food with you or be prepared to drive 5 minutes to Gautizo (I highly recommend the pizzeria btw!). Cocorelax is exactly as described and as pictured. Basic, quiet, clean and away from it all in the sun.
Located in Teguise, 1.5 mi from Lagomar Museum, Casa Claudia features accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a tour desk. I was warmly greeted by Jacobo and shown around the house. He's a nice fellow and was quite helpful. The house had everything I needed for a peaceful stay. The view is outstanding and central Teguise is only steps away. All in all a very good experience and I highly recommend Jacobo and his house. You might get lucky and get some fresh eggs too! Thanks Jacobo!
Located in Teguise, Villa El Jable Lanzarote offers accommodations with a patio or a terrace, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. Great place to stay during your visit to Lanzarote. Gorgeous location and we loved sitting on the sun terrace and having a glass of wine in the evenings
Teguise is a great location if you want a quiet holiday away from the big resorts. The town itself is lovely, though there isn't that much to see. The pirate museum in Castillo Santa Barbara is worth a visit though. We were a little disappointed with the market - while huge, it was mostly full of stalls selling knock-off designer gear, and it didn't have much character. There isn't a huge selection of restaurants, but the ones that are there are all very good. We'd recommend Hesperides for sheer deliciousness and Acatife is very good if you want to try traditional Canarian fare. We found Teguise to be an excellent base for exploring the northern half of the island on foot. There are waymarked walks from Teguise to Caleta de Famara, Guatiza, Haria and San Bartolome. It has excellent bus links as well, so it's easy to get back at the end of the day.
Wandering round the pedestrianised old part of town was interesting. The church tower was especially well lit at night from outside and inside at the top showing all the bells. The Sunday market was huge and well patronised by locals and tourists. The parking for visitors was well marshalled and near the centre. The restaurants varied from top end to cafes with snacks. Our favourite was La Cantina with several separate rooms. The menu was mainly local dishes with some Canarian wines and other Spanish wines.
Teguise has more history than we had at first realised; fascinating museums to visit and great art exhibitions in and close to the village. Several great places to eat and drink. No need to hire a car, the buses are efficient and cheap.
This is the third time we have travelled to Teguise. It is fairly quiet through the week but crowded every Sunday for the huge market. Most eateries are really good but do NOT eat at La Cantina... awful.
The town of Villa de Teguise had lots to hold our interest - the beautiful local architecture and old buildings, cafes, shops, a handy supermarket, the fort and pirate museum and even a garden full of folk art. We can especially recommend Cantina cafe. We went there a couple of times and the food and drinks were excellent, and catered admirably for the varied tastes and ages of our party (from 45 year old greedy guts to 11 year old extreme fusspot.) Johnny Bakes bakery also recommended! A ten minute drive from our accommodation. Even closer to home in Nazaret village was Lagomar, a house and now museum once owned by Omar Shariff and gambled promptly away. The house and garden, partly carved out from the rock face it’s perched on are beautiful - unusual and unsurprisingly stylish in a slightly kitsch kind of way. Museum much recommended, less so the restaurant which was a bit over priced and main courses seriously underwhelming (though the puddings were much better). There’s also a very groovy bar with free entry from six in the evenings. Me and my husband escaped one afternoon and visited the El Grifo vineyard and museum which was about a ten minute drive away near Florida - also recommended.
Lovely historic town with cobbled streets and good restaurants and bars. Recommand the Ikarus: the place is really nice with art paintings and a cosy atmosphear and the food is good. Smart place but cool too.