|Minimum Stay||6 - 7 nights|
House built in 1800 and renovated in 2002, entirely of stone with wooden beams, has three floors, ground floor with a living room with three rooms on three floors, a small toilet, another room with fireplace, a dining room and kitchen.
The second floor has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one en suite and one with bath.
Finally culminates a tower house has one bedroom with bathroom with shower.
The house because of its thick walls is very cool in summer, heating in winter has diesel.
Has a large orange grove and some other fruit tree, is fenced so you can enjoy complete privacy.
It has a pool and from all parts of the house you can enjoy views of the Sierra de Tramontana, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2011
Had a very enjoyable stay in this lovely old house. There were only 6 of us so we had a choice of bedrooms and plenty of space. The family were very welcoming when we arrived.
The house is very well equiped and there are lots of different areas for relaxing or eating, both indoors and out. There is a very nice pool with views of the mountains.
It's very well located, about a 10 minute walk from the centre of town and there is a very convenient Co-operative opposite the drive entrance, so we managed to do a lot of our food and drink shopping there.
We had some lovely walks around the area, up to Fornalutx and down to the Port.
We would thoroughly recommend this property.
We were a group of 14 on a spring break vacation for rock climbing around Soller. The house is very nice and the owners did everything possible to accommodate our large group. We couldn't enjoy the outdoor space because the weather was cold and rainy but we had plenty of room to cook at the house and eat dinner in the big dinning room. I'm looking forward to come back in a couple of years.
Nous avons été parfaitement accueillis dans une maison idéalement située à Soller.
La maison, de très bon gout, est très spacieuse, agréable à vivre, typique et parfaitement entretenue. Les propriétaires ont été extrêmement réactifs quant à nos demandes de renseignements et attentifs à nos attentes tout au long du séjour. Nous recommandons sans hésitation la location et espérons pouvoir y retourner. Toutes les commodités, restaurants et commerces sont accessibles très facilement, surtout la Coopérative ! à pied ou en voiture. La petite ville de Soller est vivante,charmante et commerçante même en hiver ! Merci beaucoup à Ramon et à ses parents pour ces merveilleux moments passés dans leur maison à Majorque.
The villa is a beautiful example of classic Majorcan architecture. Spacious, clean and well located for a 5 minute walk into the town centre. All of our guests remarked on the great location and we are already considering a repeat booking for next year.
This home is located in the valley of Sóller, known how valley of orange trees, particularly in the road from Sóller to Fornalutx, two villages of tourist interest near, four kilometers is the Puerto de Sóller, old fishing port currently lives with Marina.
This privileged location allows you to enjoy both the mountain, how the sea, not forgetting the cultural and gastronomic tourism offering this beautiful environment, Sóller, Fornalutx, Puerto Biñaraix and offer many possibilities for this.
To move to the center of Soller you can walk, is 5 minutes, Fornalutx and Biñaraix, it takes about twenty minutes to go to Puerto can take the scenic tram which part of the center of town, beautiful natural harbor, has a promenade with a wide range of restaurants, bars and entertainment for the whole family or a couple, with a marina where you can take a boat tour or rent a private boat to enjoy the beautiful coast, with its beautiful cliffs, fantastic views and beautiful beaches, feel free to enjoy a sunset at sea.
You can make all kinds of water sports, skiing, surfing, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving ...
The town of Soller built in stone, with a crowded plaza, with nice terraces where a modernist church and Soller Bank building rises the same style, there is also a wide gastronomic offer, without forgetting the botanical gardens and museums, a walk through the village and enjoy your shopping and jewels of modernist architecture is not lost.
Very important visit Fornalutx and Biñaraix, two small stone villages completing the population of the valley of orange.
If you can travel to Palma on the wooden train early twentieth century, with its many tunnels, will be how a trip to the past.
Of course, being surrounded by mountains, there are multiple trips for hiking, all marked by the Consell de Mallorca www. conselldemallorca. net / mediambient / pedra /
I hope these few tips will be of assistance to enjoy my beloved people.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|