Hotel Finca La Crucita Haría
The country estate La Crucita spreads over a surface area of 7,500 square metres and is situated in the village of Haría, in the north of Lanzarote. A 2002 census showed a total of 1,189 inhabitants in the village.. La Crucita is surrounded by over 50 palm trees, the majority of which are over one hundred years old, and it is set in a valley in which thousands of these species thrive.
The estate boasts eight houses, each one different from the other, and they are fully equipped, whereby one of them is the main house , and has a surface area of over 500 square metres.
Each one bears the name of a village in the municipality; Haría, the main one, Yé, Máguez, Órzola, Tabayesco, Arrieta, Mala y Guinate.
The estate and the houses have been designed for the disabled , free of obstacles and architectural barriers. Apart from the houses and open spaces at La Crucita, there is a garden area containing some twenty palm trees and an area for playing the traditional Canarian bowling game (petanca).
Finca La Crucita
The building style of the houses on La Crucita finds its inspiration in the traditional architecture of Lanzarote. The chimneys- up to 8 different ones-, the earthenware and wooden floors blend together with a generous use of carpentry in the ceilings, doors, windows and floors.
Finca La Crucita
In keeping with tradition, special emphasis has been placed upon the gardens, with some plants exclusively from the island and from the Canaries, whilst others are from other places.
All the houses are furnished in a rustic style, have wooden wardrobes rather than built-in cupboards and are equipped with a vitro ceramic hob, oven, satellite television and automatic washing machine.