|Space||2,352 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Welcome to this 5 star, luxury, spacious villa with commanding views. The décor is white with touches of grey, black and red. Ground floor: A dining room, long hall way, wall hangings, an indoor 'garden' and a guest loo; also a large sitting room with TV, video, DVD and music. A newly refurbished twin bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, is on the ground floor. The kitchen is fully fitted with wood units and mostly Sieman's equipment. Upstairs: 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom (double), dressing area and bathroom is large with a separate shower and huge jacuzzi with arches and tiled shelving. It also has a large terrace, with wonderful views. The second bedroom (twin) used to be the master and also has a dressing room and bath en-suite. It has a terrace with table and chairs – wonderful early morning coffee. Both have been recently refurbished. The front of the house has tinted sliding doors leading to the garden. You can sit in the shade of bougainvillea, under a pantiled roof or sunbathe on the lawn or newly- tiled terrace. Alfresco dining is a joy.
Booking notes: A deposit of 20% per week is to be paid at the time of booking - Non returnable. The whole amount is to be paid 10 weeks in advance. If the booking takes place within 10 weeks of the holiday date, the whole amount is payable at once. . Payment can be by Cheque or money transfer.
Please note no pets are allowed in case of allergies of future guests.
Inter-Island travel: Why not travel to some of the other Islands? La Gomera, La Palma, El Hierro, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuertaventura are moderately close to Tenerife and most are accessible by ferry (car or on foot) from Los Cristianos.
If you prefer to stay on the island, it is easy to hire a car or travel by local bus (Titsa) or you can go into a travel agent and book a day trip or just 1/2 a day. Of course, the Pirate ship is a delight for the children - I think it is the sails that do it! The adventurous traveller can book a boat trip to get up close to the whales and dolphins.
Things to do: Masca is nearby but 'hidden' in the mountains. It is an easy drive via Tamaimo or you can join a group and go by water and then climb the mountain. If you take a day off, it is fun to use the binoculars and search for whales and dolphins from the comfort of the garden - you may be lucky.
We've had a property in Tenerife, Los Gigantes for over 30 years. We've enjoyed the climate and the local people and are very happy when we visit.
Recently redecorated. Siemans kitchen appliances and big US style fridge. Chairs and tables on each terrace and balcony. Wonderful views and minutes walk to the town. Wifi connection. Comfy beds.
Hi Karen, please pass on our thanks to your mum for sharing her lovely villa with us. We had two super weeks and hope to return again one day!
Our family all enjoyed the spacious villa. It was very well equipped and had everything we needed. The only point I would make is that the master bed is small so my husband and I used a twin room. My son was very pleased to have the master suite to himself.
We stayed for two weeks (2 adults and 2 teenagers) and found the villa well laid out, spacious and comfortable with great views over the harbour and surrounding area. The pool was perfect for those hot Tenerife days and it was great that the 2 bedrooms upstairs also had their own terrace area to sit out on.
Safe Hands who look after the property left an excellent welcome pack and were also very helpful.
There was also plenty of towels on hand as well has great kitchen facilities and the kids could also watch a bit of TV or the DVDs on offer when they had enough at the end of the day.
Los Gigantes is well placed for visiting both the the south and north of the island (we took in Siam Park, Fanabe, Medano, Garachico, La Caletta and Adeje to mention a few!) and if you hire a car there is ample parking outside the villa.
We thoroughly enjoyed this stay and if we are planning on visiting again we would definitely re-book the villa!
House was perfect and very well equipped. Great location in front of the ocean and Gomeira - you can enjoy fantastic sunsets. Thanks a lot Karen
Even we had bad weather, the villa is perfectly located at the best place to get some sun when at only 10 minutes it is raining. It looks like it is protected by the back mountains so we had sunshine a few hours still in raining days. Good quality house, well equipped with extremely good views. Quiet place so perfect. We'll go back!
En Français, donc localisation idéale, dans le coin parfait pour le climat. Maison bien équipée, de bonne qualité, vraiment aucun regret, nous retournerons probablement !
What a lovley villa, it is like been home from home.There is all the amenities you need to make your stay.what was in the advert is what you got.there was a few things to sort out ,but safehands who deal with all the cleaning ect are very professional and sorted straight away.When you sit and have meals wether in the morning or evening.what great view with great sun sets.I would recommend this villa to anyone who is planning a long or short stay to book.The owner was brilliant and professional in her approach,thanks karen.
There were just 4 of us so we had lots of room both inside and out. The large kitchen was very well equipped and it was great having terraces with the 2 upstairs bedrooms. The pool although L shaped was fine and the sunbathing area spacious. The sun arrived at 11am and set over La Gomera at 7pm (in March).
Friendly neighbours gave us restaurant recommendations and usually we walked down to the 'village' and got a taxi back up the hill which only cost 4 euros.
However we really did enjoy having some dinners at the poolside and watching the sunsets.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Dec 9 2017 - Jan 5 2018
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Los Gigantes is a quiet seaside village with a central square and church and a small sheltered beach. There are many restaurants, both in the village and just outside. Tennis and mini-golf can while away a morning as can various boat trips to view pods of dolphins and whales. Several golf courses are nearby for the enthusiast. Dominating the beach are beautiful sea cliffs, the ‘Giants’, reputedly the second highest in the world. Mount Teide - Spain's highest mountain - is situated in the national park, about an hour's drive to the east. The same distance away, but to the north, lies Puerto de la Cruz the island’s tourist capital, which houses Lorro Parque, a parrot conservation park with wonderful shows of dolphins, sea lions and a magnificent penguin house. Las Aguillas is similar but in the southern hills above Los Cristianos, 45 minutes away. There are two water parks close to Playa de Las Americas - Aqua Park at Costa Adeje and the nearby water kingdom, Siam Park.
Golf: With a delightfully warm climate all year round, golfing is a must for the enthusiast. In the south Abama Golf (18 holes) and Golf Costa Adeje (where the Spanish Men's Open took place in 2003) are roughly 20 mins away by car. Further south and nearer to the airport are the Amarillo Golf (18 holes) and Centro de Golf, Los Palos (9 holes). Also in the area are Golf Del Sur and the Campo Del Golf (Las Americas). In the north there are the Real Club de Golf at Tacaronte (Spain's 2nd oldest golf course) and the Buenavista Club de Golf designed by Severiano Ballasteros. All have the most amazing views and you can enjoy the 19th in beautiful surroundings.