Peasant Canarian house late nineteenth century four people with the possibility of two additional. For much of the twentieth it was used by the Ravelo family farmers in the area, such as housing, alpendre and barn. It has been restored in 1999 keeping the traditional architecture and using materials from the era.
It is located in the center of the island of Gran Canaria, in the Nublo Rural Park, the place of departure of many trails and paths, great for exploring the island by car. Its name comes from its views Roque Bentayga, ancient settlement of aboriginals, and also the boiler Tejeda.
Equipped with rustic furniture, it has a garden terrace with aromatic plants and a shower to cool off on hot days. On clear nights we surprised an impressive sky with millions of stars and a breathtaking sunset.