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Casa Isaitas
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Reviewed 23 September 2016

we stayed in august for 3 days. Our room was spacious, quite and clean. The house is very nice and charming. There is a courtyard for guests and a restaurant which is open only for lunch. Fortunately we could have a dinner one night with other guests. Food was excellent (grilled goat cheese, and goat meat). The village is small and there is not much to do, but it's beautiful and real with the old Church. Staff were kind and they welcomed us with a complimentary lemon beer. Thank you very much to Rosi, she was very nice with us. Definitely a place to try if you look for a quite place in Fuerteventura

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 January 2015

We arrived at Casa Isaitas 3 January 2015 for a 7 night stay. We received a lovely warm welcome from Pilar, she owns Casa Isaitas. We ate in the main building on our first night, a varied Canarian menu.
Our room was upstairs, lovely large room, good sized double bed, large bathroom with walk in shower. Good wardrobe space, TV and a fan heater which was used on the evenings. The weather was 22 to 23 degrees during the day, but needed layers of clothing on a night time.
Each morning we went to the main part of Casa Isaitas for our breakfast. What we liked about staying here is you are experimenting what we felt was 'the real Canaries'. The staff were very welcoming each morning (don't speak English) this was not a problem. They were friendly and welcoming, breakfast consisted of cooked meats, 2 bread buns, butter, jam, cheese, tomatoes, well presented fresh fruit and tea/coffee.I feel the breakfast could be varied a little more with change of breads (say croissant and some orange juice). Casa Isaitas is a lovely building, rustic and you feel you are experiencing real The Real Canaries. There is a large car park across the road where coach tours park when tourist are visiting Pajara. Our hire car was safe for the 7 night stay in the car park. Wifi does work in the courtyard, does vary in the rooms working well from an
IPad, not so well from your phone but that was not a problem.We both enjoyed the stay at Casa Isaitas.

  • Stayed: January 2015, travelled with family
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2  Thank Philip8758
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Reviewed 30 August 2014

The hotel is really charming and with the very hot weather ( in the 30c during the day ) the lovely courtyard for guests was ideal . Surrounded by high walls it is an ideal area to chill out.
We had a ground floor room which was cooler - it was basic but spacious and very clean. Beds very comfortable and we had a good nights sleep. A lovely big bathroom with large walk in shower. Fan and mosquito plug provided.
We were the only guests and Pilar set out a lovely table for us in the courtyard restaurant.
It's worth noting that the restaurant is only open until 4pm and if you want to eat in the evening Pilar will make you a basic meal ( not the full menu ). It was good but the goats stew was not hot enough for us and the coffee was also only luke warm. Pilar is very friendly and chatted with us - quite unique sat in the beautiful courtyard being served by the owner. The bar is also not open but drinks are available.
We had traveled from Lanzarote for a 2 day trip and Pajara is an ideal location to visit the whole island.
The village is beautiful and is very local with a lovely old church.
Overal not cheap but a feel of the real Fuerteventura unlike some of the resorts which do spoil the island.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

Lovely colonial house with a pleasant courtyard. Very quiet, fantastic healthy breakfast. We love this kind of hotel. The restaurant is not the greatest but it's perfectly fine and the service is very friendly and attentive. The village is small and there is not much going on, but it's very authentic, the old church is exquisite and it's quite central to visit various parts of the island. It was great to do the stations of the cross through the village on Good Friday at 11pm and to hear an old lady singing Flamenco on a Saturday morning in front of the church. The road to Betancuria is stunning. Betancuria is more pretty but also more touristic, so we were glad to stay here. My only comment is that the mattress could be better, but we still slept very well.

Room Tip: Ours was upstairs which is very nice to see the sun in the morning but all are more or less similar.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank dom123
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Reviewed 7 April 2014

This is a charming casa rural in the most interesting part of the island and, probably, the prettiest village after Betancuria. The beautifully restored property is set around two courtyards - one private to guests in the four simple but perfectly adequate rooms and the second for the restaurant where meals are taken, weather permitting. The restaurant/bar is atmospheric and the food traditional and wholesome.
Pilar is a super hostess.
It is a perfect location for touring the entire island on which, for us four or five days were enough.

Room Tip: Two rooms on the ground floor - best if you don't want to climb the steep steps. Two rooms on the upper floor - best if you don't want to hear the people above walking around.
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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