LANZAROTE RURAL Retreat, Private Heated Pool, Free WiFi

Coronavirus Covid-19 Lanzarote Updates

October 2020 - More Updates soon, re. Testing

Your FCS form and QR code for travelling to Spain
⚠ It is mandatory to fill out a Health Control Form 48 hours before your flight and obtain a QR code to show it at the control points upon arrival in Spain as shown in this video:


Also check re. similar info required re. returning home

I will post here, any updated information relevant to guests, advised by Spanish and Canary Island Government.

Many guests are now choosing Private Villas, self-contained, independent accommodation,  rather than large crowded Hotels,

or Apartments sharing facilities & common areas with hundreds of strangers.

At Casa Albryna we take hygiene seriously. We have never had the same day changeovers.

We continue with sufficient gaps between guests to enable a thorough clean.

As usual, all towels & linen are commercially washed at high temperatures, plus cushions, rugs, throws etc.

Door handles, surfaces, light switches, faucets etc. cleaned with a bleach solution, as advised by Spanish Health Regulations.

We have got this xx

I will really miss shaking your hand to greet you.😢

What an unprecedented time we are all having!

JUNE 2020 - The Spanish Government informs me, I am now legally able to open my Villa to Spanish Nationals
and International Guests.
I chose to stay closed during June/July.
Taking the opportunity to wash, spring clean, plus some painting, updates & repairs
Rules & regulations are constantly changing. I want to be clear of the advice.

Casa Albryna will be available to welcome guests from 31st July 2020
We have been through a very strict lock down.
Lanzarote has fared incredibly well and is a very safe place to visit at this time.

Many regular guests that were not able to visit in March, April, May have chosen to defer and reserve dates in 2021.

In these unprecedented times.
I want to welcome you to Lanzarote late 2020, in the future, 2021 and onward

Brynette at Casa Albryna Lanzarote

Update Late July
Apparently Lanzarote has been listed by the UK government as a more dangerous place to visit than the UK.
Just letting that register in my mind, before I spit feathers.....