|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
An appealing villa in a fantastic location on the edge of the historic Old Town of Pollensa, nestled along a small quiet track off the lane that leads to the sought after area of La Font area, it is close enough to walk from here to the pavement cafe-bars, restaurants, shops that the old town offers.
The villa is situated in the sought after area of La Font just under the mountains of Boquer and Puig de Maria. It is located along a very quiet country lane well away from any traffic noise. One of our most conveniently situated Pollensa villas for rent.
The villa is set all on one level. The rooms are cool, bright and airy with high ceilings and stone floors. All rooms have air-conditioning, there is also central heating for the cooler months. The spacious open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area with a round dining table and comfortable sofas offer a great place to relax. Here you will find satellite TV, a DVD and CD stereo. There is also a modern lighting system which allows you choose different coloured lights to suit your mood! The kitchen is well laid out with modern appliances including a dishwasher, oven, hob and microwave.
There is a separate utility room with washing machine..
Off the lounge area you will find a double room and a twin. Both rooms are bright and uncluttered with timber beds and bright white linen. They both have fitted wardrobes with plenty of storage space. Across from the bedrooms there is a bathroom with a bath and a shower.
Doors from the lounge lead out onto a long and shady covered terrace which provides welcome shade to two sides of the property, there are beautiful views across to the Boquer mountains.
The swimming pool has Roman steps and an infinity type waterfall cascade. The paved sun-terrace surrounds the pool and there is a garden with ample lawn space and Mediterranean plants and flowers. A pool-shower is also provided here for use before or after a swim.
Can Jaume is a very welcoming villa for a relaxing holiday with friends or family. It’s in a super location within easy walking distance of Pollensa, whilst being on the edge of the fantastic countryside for cycling and walking. The beautiful bay and resort of Puerto Pollenca are just a 5-minute drive away so you have the choice if you wanted to spend plenty of time at the beach.
Our only criticism would be that the table tennis table was past it's best! The villa was very well presented, spotlessly clean, and surprisingly well equipped - it even had a tea-pot! The welcome pack was probably the best and most comprehensive I've seen ! The villa is in a quiet sub-urban setting backing onto the hills. 5 mins drive to supermarkets and a 30 min walk to Pollenca centre and restaurants, across the Ponta Roma, that is pleasant enough (you might want a torch for the return journey at night). Owner was friendly. We used the small pool (late October) but the sea was warmer. Pollenca is a good base if you want to have good access to the coast without being in a coastal resort.
Our only criticism would be that the table tennis table was past it's best ! The villa was very well presented, spotlessly clean, and surprisingly well equipped - it even had a tea-pot! The welcome pack was probably the best and most comprehensive I've seen ! The villa is in a quiet sub-urban setting backing onto the hills. 5 mins drive to supermarkets and a 30 min walk to Pollenca centre and restaurants, across the Ponta Roma, that is pleasant enough (you might want a torch for the return journey at night). Owner was friendly. We used the small pool (late October) but the sea was warmer. Pollenca is a good base if you want to have good access to the coast without being in a coastal resort.
We booked this villa because it promised solitude, a VERY private pool and luxury. It did what it said on the tin. The furniture around the pool was very comfortable and perfect for working on the suntan. We don't normally go back to the same place twice but this time we may make an exception.
Beautiful villa with an infinity pool. Terraces to dine on with beautiful views of pool and mountains . Within easy walk of old town of Pollença for amazing variety of restaurants. Really a perfect location and a well maintained villa with beautiful plants not to mention fresh figs from the tree for breakfast! Perfect!
Wir fanden ein sehr schönes Domizil vor, welches leider einige Defizite ausweist. Schimmel an den Fliesen der Badewane, undichte Toilette, schmutzige Tischdecke (hätte man besser weg gelassen), auf das Sofa haben wir uns nur mit aufgelegtem Handtuch gesetzt, im Bad hingen Spinnweben ca 20cm lang von den Deckenbalken, der Chrom Handtuchheizkörper war matt, weil er vermutlich seit Monaten nicht gereinigt wurde. Die Fenster machten den Eindruck, dass Sie mit dem Lappen geputzt wurden, mit dem vorher der Boden gewischt wurde. Wenn die Sonne rein schien, konnte man tatsächlich fast nicht nach draussen sehen.
Auch wenn die genannten Sachverhalte nicht schön waren, hatten wir eine schöne Zeit im Háus.
Gut eingerichtetes, gepflegtes Haus.
Sehr gute Betten. Leider kein Mückenschutz an den Fenstern.
Schöner Pool in großem Garten. Sensationell die Zitronenbäume.
Die Küche leider gänzlich ohne Salz/Gewürze o.a. bestückt. Wenn man sehr spät ankommt, ist das problematisch.
Wifi vorhanden, aber nur sehr sporadisch.
Die Abtrennung an der Badewanne müsste neu abgedichtet werden.
The northernmost spurs of Sierra de Tramuntana are the backdrop of the Mallorcan town of Pollença. The town has a medieval historic quarter that sits only a few kilometres away from the Mediterranean sea. The town, under the shade of the mountains of Puig de Pollença and Calvari, has managed to preserve intact its personality, despite being only a short distance from the bustle of the beach. Pollensa has been a preferred destination of painters and artists since the beginning of this century. Here, the cultural and artistic life never stops. The main square with its pavement cafés and chique restaurants is the hub of the towns unique charm. There are a lot of art galleries and museums. During nearly all the year one can enjoy a variety of musical events and fiestas among which the most famous ones are those which take place in the Santo Domingo Cloister. The Sunday market is a social event and people travel from around the island to experience the array of products on offer. The town is open all year round with walkers, cyclists and bird watchers taking over from the summer tourists in the cooler months
Port de Pollença (Puerto Pollensa)
This resort has everything – wonderful scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a laid-back friendly atmosphere. The sheltered horseshoe shaped bay is set against the stunning backdrop of the Tramuntana mountain range. No wonder it remains a favourite with families and couples who return time and time again. Originally a fishing village, Puerto Pollensa retains the time old tradition of the evening paseo or stroll. On warm, balmy evenings tourists and locals alike wander up and down between the marina where the yachts are moored, past the pavement café bars and restaurants and along the celebrated Pine Walk as far as the elegant Illa D’Or hotel.
The Alcudia area
Alcúdia is today one of the most celebrated towns of Mallorca. It enjoys a privileged geographic location: it lies in the North-east of Mallorca, 54 km away from Palma, in a peninsula that separates the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença. In its more than 30 km of coastline are pretty beaches with fine sand, steep cliffs and secluded coves of great beauty. .
Hugely popular Alcudia is geared to cater for all ages and tastes. For action packed days head to the nearby waterpark, the local wetland nature reserve and the long soft white sandy beaches with great choice of watersports on offer. Less energetic pastimes include soaking up the old town’s historic charm and exploring the rocky coastline by boat. Boutiques and shops are across the resort and bars, restaurants and cafés sit along the bay. Alcudia’s cosmopolitan and lively night-life scene centres on the busy port area with further entertainments spread throughout the resort.
The activities in Alcudia are mainly focused along the spectacular five-mile (eight km) beach that fronts the resort. All sorts of water sports can be arranged from scuba diving to banana rides. There are tennis and squash courts in the resort and nearby attractions include a water park, a go-kart track and horse riding stables. There are choice of golf courses nearby. Boats trips can be arranged to the stunning Formentor promontory where passengers can snorkel or simply take in the views. Private boat charters are also available. The nearby towns of Pollenca and Alcudia (old town) and the mountain village of Lluc are worth exploring in search of a little culture, while those looking to get away from it all can take a trip to the mountainous western side of the island.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£250|
Preferred Change over day is Friday, although we can be flexible in the lower season.
If the central heating is required during colder months then this is charged separately. You will pay for the consumption used locally in resort. There is a Gasoil central heating system, expect to pay around 10€ to 15€ per day depending on how long you want the heating on for.