La Casona La Montañeta, is divided into three houses, is an old rural building use, with the structure and characteristics of traditional Canarian architecture of the interior of the island and midlands area. It has been restored with painstaking care, combining respect for tradition and maximum comfort for customers. The Montañeta is located at the entrance of the village, it emerged from the restoration of a century-old building that throughout his life had multiple uses and destinations from drying snuff grown in the area until Magistrates Court, and as building support They crop that their owners were in the area. The restoration was undertaken respecting in full the original structure of the house into three major structural units. Red stone solid walls lined with rustic limed, large doors and windows overlooking an extraordinary luminosity to the interiors making them extremely comfortable, and hipped roof in wood structure and covered canary tea tile. It is a unique building, the interior is divided into three separate accommodation units which can be accessed via a porch that part of the plot two thousand square meters shared garden. The Montañeta III, in which all units are at the same level.