3 bedroomed house with 3 bathrooms.
- English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch
Why Catherine Young chose Deià
Private, romantic, unique and just spectacular!
What makes this House unique
sea views, direct access to the sea, privileged location and it's own private path to THAT restaurant.
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
Cancelled bookings will not receive a refund.
Love Deia and the property we stayed has everything what we needed
Property manager Inez was very helpful with any questions we had and was reachable all the time
This house has the best view of the shore line
Amazing hiking for hours with some wild beaches on the way
Restaurant steps away- we called it our kitchen:)
Definitely will be back
Lovely Stay in Deia
We loved our stay in Deia. The house was clean, comfortable, and the perfect size for our family of 4. We loved spending time out on the balcony sipping wine and enjoying the gorgeous view. The quick walk down to Cala Deia and Cas Patro March was perfect. We felt like we had our own little private slice of Mallorca for 5 days. With the road to the house being so small and remote, we really did feel like we were away from it all! We would definitely stay here again!
We spend a few weeks on Mallorca in 3 different properties and loved them all.
This was amazing by beeing so close to the sea. The house is small but very well equiped with nice furniture and really clean. Unfortunately restaurants at the beach closed during the winter but still the weather was great and had nice moring walks down to the sea.
A small rental car was recomended by the house manager and glad we did! the roads along the coast are indeed narrow.
We cooked a lot and stayed in most evenings by the log fire relaxing and reading a book or watching tv.
Deia and Valldemossa are very nice little villages worth a morning visit.
Banyalbufar and Estellencs have also been a nice Discovery.
We highly recomend this hidden Paradise!
The most beautiful view in all of Mallorca!!
It was my first stay here in Deia and i was blown away with its beauty, the villa is very private with the most incredible view of the sea and the mountains, it has everything you could need, i couldn't recommend this place enough and i cant wait to come back again next year! Thank you!
This was our third time on Mallorca and the second time renting on Cala Deia. This was our favorite place. It is extremely private and quiet. Unobstructed views and a gorgeous deck were greatly appreciated. We rode bicycles and hiked and this gem was perfect to come home to after our adventures. It is nicely maintained and has the most well equipped kitchen of any house we have rented all over the world. The pantry was nice too, usually one is required to buy all the basics to cook a simple meal. This was pretty fully stocked. The beds are comfy, we used the AC just in the evenings to lock up and keep the mosquitos outside :)
Highly recommend this beautiful place, it was just two of us and we felt it had plenty of room. The washer and dryer work great, so does the dishwasher (a rarity in most smaller European ere is an outdoor bbq but we didn't use it. The restaurant directly down at the cove via a private path is delicious. We ate there many times and mixed it up with a few stay at home easy meals and the rest in Deia, lots of really great places to wine and dine!
We stayed here for a week at Easter and it was a truly magical place to stay, whatever the weather (and it was definitely very 'mixed' during our stay!) The house was perfect and the views even more so - would definitely recommend to anyone seeking an unspoiled, relaxing escape.
Cala Deia has a waterside restaurant and snack bar. It is just a 25 minute walk or 5 minutes by car from the picturesque village of Deia which has many restaurants, bars, a general store, chemist and ATM. From the main road there is steep climb through winding streets to the church at the top of the village. It is in this churchyard that the poet Robert Graves is remembered with a simple headstone. From Deia it is possible to walk to the town of Soller (approx 4 hours) but for the less energetic there is a bus, which passes through the town 3 or 4 times a day. Soller is surrounded by mountains and orange groves and is famous for its mountain train that cuts up through the Serra de Tramuntana to Palma. Sitting in the shady square in front of the church next to the bustling market Soller seems a million miles away from the more popular tourist destinations. An old fashioned tram links Soller to Porto Soller where there is a clean sandy beach and numerous fish restaurants.