The many good things about Era de la Corte start with the friendly welcome provided by the hosts, Malole and David. Learning that we had a wedding anniversary during our four-night stay, they put a card outside our room on the day itself, complete with presents of chocolates and a heart-shaped local goat's cheese. They're both multilingual and make a point of making their guests feel at home in their converted farm, built around two courtyards, one covered over to make an elegant and comfortable lounge.
It's best to have a car if you're staying here; otherwise it's a one-mile walk to reach the centre of the village of Antigua, which itself has limited facilities. But the hotel itself is a refuge, and there's a small pool to relax by under the Fuerteventura sun.