David Cameron and his family will be spending the Easter break in a 18th century rural hotel on the Canary Island of Lanzarote.
His in-laws have a home on the island, so David & Sammie often borrow the keys and jet on out.
The exclusive resort of Casa Tomarén in the village of San Bartolomé has seven self contained cottages in a private complex on the outskirts of the volcanic forest Timanfaya National Park.
The Camerons seem to love Spain, as they keep coming over for their breaks. Never Almería tho’. All we get are peripheral members of the Royal Family.
Four Scotland Yard detectives will accompany the PM and his family, breathlessly notes the local paper, and the National Police have been alerted to his visit and are supplying officers to discreetly ensure his safety and privacy.
Mayor María Dolores Corujo said she “was thrilled to bits and in a state of nervous excitement over the visit of an international personage of this magnitude”, which may be overdoing it a bit.
Rumours abound that David is going to try his hand at windsurfing again, whilst Sammie and the kids are sent up the volcano for a look around.
Another recent important visitor to this luxury hotel, notes the local media, was Václav Havel, ex-President of the Czech Republic.