Charming converted wine cellar off the main road to Deia. Delightful owners who met us at the start and the end of our stay.
The accommodation is part of a much larger house although this was not clear from the website. We visited in October as the weather was turning but I'm sure the small cosy garden full of mature bushes would provide excellent shade in the summer. In October it suffers from a little dampness that perhaps would be different in July.
The accommodation has a unique floor layout with the only bathroom accessible from the master bedroom or outside. Make sure you know your fellow guests well or choose friends with large bladders. A chamber pot is supplied.
From the accommodation you can walk down to a stony beach. Part of the path is paved but the portion down to the beach is heavily eroded. Be prepared to clamber and leave the pram at home. The same path can take you into Soller or to Cala Deia. Recommended but remember the restaurant in Cala Deia only takes cash, remember your swim stuff and your head for heights.
The accommodation is very well equipped with air con in the main sitting area but no dishwasher and no wifi. There is good mobile reception in the garden so make sure your roaming is flexible.
Nearest shops are in Deia - 2 well equipped but relatively expensive mini markets. We found supermarkets in soller that were a little bigger but had difficult parking or were hidden away in a maze of one way streets.
Nearby places to visit - loads but do venture to sa calobra. A mighty cycle but much easier by car.
Nearest Hotel is adults only. Not sure whether that is a euphemism for something but as we had kids in tow we never went. Loads of eateries in Deia with taxis/bus/ donkey to take you home
In all a lovely wee flat - full of charm. Perhaps not quite what we expected from the website but defintely recommended. Next time we would stop at the Eroski next to Decathlon in Palma and stock up on our way from the airport - it's 5 euros per pass through the tunnel