This traditional family home was converted to a holiday cottage in 1996. The restoration work has fully respected the house’s original structure, as well as the concrete flooring in the living room and bedrooms. The last refurbishment was carried out in 2012.
The cottage has a welcoming kitchen-dining room which is fully-equipped; a bathroom with a bathtub; three bedrooms (two with a double bed and one with two single beds) and a large living room. The property also has a private swimming pool in a lovely setting.
The cottage is a cave house (casa cueva), which means it has a constant temperature all year round of 18ºC, making it a pleasantly warm in winter and refreshingly cool in summer. Casa Cueva is surrounded by countryside with a wide variety of plant and animal life. There are also various walking trails nearby.
Artenara, at 1,270 m above sea level, is the highest village on the island and is part of the Tamadaba Nature Park, declared World Biosphere Reserve. The Nature Parks La Cumbre and Roque Nublo are also nearby. An ideal location for nature lovers and walkers.