|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
This typical townhouse sits only a few walking minutes away from the Soller beautiful and always live main square...
Art lovers should visit Can Prunera, a beautiful restores Art Nouveau building housing and excellent collection of art, with work by artists including Picasso, Warhol, and local artists Miquel Barceló and Francesca Martí. On the main road on the outskirts of the town , a short walk away, is the Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences and the Jardí Botanic, a sectioned garden where you'll find many species of Balearic plants. Sóller is also the starting point for a number of interesting hiking tours and a popular area for mountain bikers.
This Is the second time we have rented this town house for two weeks. I have rented over 7 different properties in the town and on the Repic baech and this is by far the best value for money. You can not be closer to the square and yet it is on a quiet side street. The owner supplied a kettle ( the only thing missing ) on our second day as soon as we mentioned to Oana, the letting agent, that we could do with one.
Realy can't recommend this property enough why it is not let out more I can't guess.
Thank you again Oana and staff, faultless.
We had an excellent break here, close to the centre of Soller so we had a wide range of (excellent) dining oppertunities yet the size of the town allows for easy access to the countryside for walks, cycles or just a spin down to the beach.
The property itself was well presented and had all that you would hope for.
The letting agent was supremely helpful and we came home thouroughly relaxed.
We have rented apparts and town houses many times in Soller and the port,property very clean on arrival,do not be detered by the very close proximity of the square,the town house is located on a very quite side street with very little traffic.Very well equiped
property,the best we have ever rented. First class service from Oana and her team.Juicer was broken when we did come to use it in the second week,replaced by the owner quickly. would advise anybody going to Solller to try book this property first (hate leaving this review as the property will be fully booked next time we wish to go!)
Quiet location, yet just off the main square. Access to fantastic local produce and all restaurants serve great Majorcan food. Very romantic hideaway, we didn't want to leave. Will definitely return. Would be great for a winter break too.
Wij hebbben een geweldig verblijf gehad in dit mooie huis midden in het centrum van Soller. Met restaurants en winkels om ons heen. Het huis voldeed boven onze verwachting. Een gezellige, complete inrichting en we werden hartelijk ontvangen door Oana, die het contact verzorgde namens de eigenaar. Kortom we hebben een fijne vakantie gehad en komen zeker nog eens terug.
The beautiful Sóller village is nestled in the middle of the Tramuntana mountain range. The Plaza (main town square) is alive all year round and full of nice and good priced bars, restaurants and shops. At the so well known Train Station, with permanent Picasso and Miró exhibitions, you can catch the little tram to Puerto de Sóller and enjoy further nice restaurants, were good paellas and fresh fish are served. And you can also take the train to Palma, which is actually a must do if you visit the valley for the first time. Sóller is very close to very nice villages such as Fornalutx, Biniaraix and Deià and is a good starting point for many walking routes along the Tramuntana or the NW coast.
Golf: There is a golf course, Son Termens, 20 minutes away from Sóller.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
29 Sep 2016 - 31 Dec 2017
5 night minimum stay
for 5 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Stay tax||€1 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the manager upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 16 years.|
Final cleaning fee included.
20% balance is required to confirm the reservation. Deposits are non refundable in case of cancelation less than 2 months prior to arrival.
Christmas and Easter are considered high season.