Their charmingly homespun website should give you some idea of the welcome you will receive at Hacienda DeAnzo: genuine, down-to-earth, nothing too much trouble. The bright, modern-looking building seemed a little off-putting on arrival, but once inside we found a cheerful home, renovated by artist Facundo Fierro, with beautiful gardens.
The food is hearty Spanish fare. Try their cocido con judias blancas (a regional sausage) or zarzuela (cuttlefish, mussels and prawns). Bedrooms are well sized, if a little too sterile those white wall-mounted hairdryers in the bathrooms always make us feel we are getting mass-produced hospitality, but do not put off their many regular visitors, who are drawn by the views, the peaceful surroundings and the hospitality.
The hotel is remote, and on an island where many visitors are drawn to the coastline, which is no doubt why the owners also need to attract conferences. These are held in their cave at the hacienda (a remarkable space literally hewn out of the rock face) so you may want to check any big group bookings before you arrive.