About Us. Casa Albryna Lanzarote
Unique Rural Villa with a warm welcome in Lanzarote
Reg No. VV-35-3-0001935
Together, we worked very hard to create a warm, magical home.
have enjoyed personal use of this special Lanzarote family home for
many years. Sharing the magic with friends, family & special guests.
Amazing fiestas, relaxing times, beautiful memories.
Casa Albryna set within the extensive grounds of the main property.
Now exclusively for our guests to enjoy
Our love has always been with the rural, country areas of Lanzarote
This Lanzarote county home has seen many changes throughout the years
History, beauty, character stands here, alive with happy memories.
We look forward to greeting our returning guests, with their new families
This is not a new build box.
This Lanzarote rural retreat has a heart. We welcome you.
What we love about
A Lanzarote rural retreat. A Lanzarote country home
A place for a couple to relax.
A spacious home for family with children
Gardens to play in, children camping in the safety of the garden grounds.
Feeding cheese to the Lizards.
Sunny days, beautiful sunrises, dramatic sunsets.
Clear night skies, bright stars, bold night flowering cactus
Swimming in the heated pool at night.
Turn off all the lights and bathe under the stars.
The first time I ever saw a shooting star was here!
Taking a special Lanzarote walk on the volcan (lava fields) just outside our gates. Catching glimpses of wildlife.
Kestrels, tabobos (hoopoe), bunnies, partridge & lizards! (not a tourist in site!)
A crow of our neighbour's cockerel, wild birds twittering for their morning/evening feed & water.Lanzarote Hunting Season, being lucky enough to watch the skittish bunnies, anticipating, often out witting the amazing Podencos, (hunting dogs) on the volcan. The clever bunnies usually hide in our garden !
Exclusive Lanzarote rural accommodation
We Loved Lanzarote for a long time.
We first discovered the beauty of Lanzarote way back in the early 1980s.
A team since 1980. Alan a retired engineer. Brynette a commercial artist.
In 1985, the family rural villa was
purchased. At that time the Villa had
no mains electric or mains water.
One Christmas, Alan brought all the
parts, gaskets & tools to refurbish the villa generator, all in his
suitcase! From that year on, Alan and I worked very hard in West
London UK, sending money to my early retired parents, living the life in
Lanzarote. During that time, guests enjoyed
staying at the villa for many holiday visits +many fiestas. My
Alan regularly visited between our UK work commitments, adding extras to help enhance our Villa.
When moving to Lanzarote in 2000, the Villa was in need of some serious renovation.
Alan set to, with me as his labourer!
He continued to work relentlessly to mend, renovate, improve, add special extras, including renovating all roofs, pergolas, verandas. Adding solar heating for the pool, new water pumps for the house with solar hot water, plus adding Internet & WiFi
- I lost my Rock. We loved each other, we worked together to build a dream.
- Alan told me he wanted me to plod on. "Please not lose what we worked so hard to create"
- With the help of some amazing friends, The dream continues. xx
- Alan and Brynette. Casa Albryna xx
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