About one hour drive from Tenerife south airport, with great directions from Susana, she was also very accommodating and allowed us to arrive and leave a day early.
Her husband Regis was waiting for us at the property and not only told us everything we need to know about it, but also walked us around the village, showing us shops, bars restaurants.
He was always available via email during our 2 week stay, regularly checking in on us. Not much in the way of entertainment or restaurants where we were, but lots within 10 miles. A car is essential and so are warm jackets at this time of year.
Regis explained there is a fluctuating climate here and it was very wet and windy for most of our stay, however this was an unseasonal cold spell even in the south of the island which is more desert like. This is high up in the hills, looks more like Ireland or New Zealand than what I expected of Tenerife.
Mind blowing scenery and a hikers dream, but don't forget the wet weather gear.
The house is lovely with everything you need, we bought a lot of wood and charcoal and had roaring fires to keep warm, coming from Southern California this was quite a contrast albeit a welcome one, however if I had been coming from Northern Europe and had expected sun and heat I would have been sorely disappointed.
Beds were very clean and cosy so slept really well. the house was very clean everywhere.
Couple of points that could have made it better would have been, heavy curtain on the downstairs doors, when it is windy the draughts are very severe, also the hot water tank can accommodate 2 very quick showers and then takes a long time to be ready for more, a bigger one would help.
It was great to have a washing machine and think it would be fabulous to be here in warmer weather.
We spent a dream holiday in Palmar Blue.
Incredible views, astonishing location.
The house in itself is very original and very well equipped.
I definitely would recommend.