El Caserío de Güime is a large 18th century farmhouse, now divided into three totally independent houses, each with its own totally private swimming pool, garden and barbecue.
Lanzarote was the scene of the most spectacular formation of volcanoes in recent history. The volcanic eruptions of Timanfaya, which occurred between 1730 and 1736, were responsible for the appearance of much of this island in the Canary archipelago.
Pedro Bermúdez was a wealthy farmer who settled in the area of Güime, which was an area that had not been affected by the covering of lava and which could still be cultivated. Thus was born the history of El Caserío de Güíme, which he built in the second half of the eighteenth century. Pedro Bermúdez intended the building to house the agricultural workers who worked his land, and at that time the Caserío itself corresponded to what is now Casa Adela, with the rest of the building dedicated to rooms.
His son and heir José restored and enlarged the building with the construction of the area named after his grandmother Cristina, now Casa Cristina. Since that time the building has maintained its architectural structure.
El Caserío de Güime has named the three current houses after the womenfolk of the family who built the original house, in honour of their lives.
- Airport transfer service (request cost)
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Terrace / solarium
- Transfer service (request cost)
- TV channels for children