|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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The house is situated at the end of a cul-de sac, two minutes walk from the square with beautiful baroque
church, local bars/ restaurant. Small supermarket,bakery,chemist and a Tuesday market. It has recently been restored retaining its original charm and character. There is a roof terrace overlooking the Tramuntana Mountains with steps leading down to a small courtyard. The village offers a sports centre with swimming pool and tennis court,and is only fifteen minutes from the sea, plenty of walks and within easy reach of the historic city of Palma.
Further details: This house offers the perfect escape from long winters, and for anyone interested in walking, painting,exploring and bicycling with the benefit of blue skies guaranteed . There are markets everyday of the week in the surrounding villages and towns: Pollenca, Sa Pobla, Alcudia,Conseil, and Sineu. Palma is only twentyfive minutes away, and there is plenty to explore all over the island from Deia, Valdemossa, Lluc etc.The Spring offers almond blossom and wild flowers, and the summer provides guaranteed sun, and high temperatures.
The house has three small double bedrooms - two upstairs, with bathroom, one downstairs with ensuite shower, (this leads onto courtyard). The sitting area has large open fireplace and dining area. The house has just been refurbished and all fixtures and fittings are new, and the kitchen is well equipped.
There is wi-fi access, linen is provided, there is a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and a weekly maid service, (if required).
It is an ideal retreat in the sun at low cost. Plenty to explore in all seasons, many local festivals and
I live and work in London. I am a picture restorer and have worked in the arts for all my adult life.
Diana Collins purchased this cottage in 2002
I was holidaying with a friend who had recently purchased a house in Campanet, and discovered that a colleague in the Antique business also owned a wonderful house on the outskirts of Campanet. At the time there was little available to buy, but my house was available in an unrestored state. I was immediately tempted to have a foot into this idyllic and magical island.
My house is one of the oldest in the village and I liked the history and character of it. It has spectacular views of the Tramuntana mountains, and has the advantage of being very close to the square.
All was just as described - and more! Diana was most helpful prior to our arrival
and her hideaway holiday home exceeded our expectations. All was spotless, well maintained and with best quality fittings, furnishings and bedding. Her 'House Book' gives a comprehensive list of tips regarding the best beaches, restaurants and sites to visit. We would thoroughly recommend that the reader of this review shares our own hilltop Mallorcan experience based from this charming cottage - we've had three visits so far and hope to return again in September, 2015.if time and booking availability allows.
We've had two family holidays in Diana's wonderful house in Campanet with our 2 children and we absolutely love it.
The house is tucked away down a very pretty street in the village and has exquisite views from the back over an olive grove and mountains beyond. Being there is immediately relaxing - it's quiet, calm and beautifully decorated. There's a shady terrace which is great for eating out on. The house is well equipped and comfortable - good internet connection, washing machine and dish-washer - and well furnished.
The village of Campanet is enchanting - it's in the heart of one of the few remaining unspoilt parts of Majorca and you can wonder up to the traditional square from the house in a few minutes, where there are good places to eat and drink. There's also a bakery, small supermarket and pharmacy.
This is a perfect base both for chilling out and for exploring.
Can't wait to go back - highly recommended!
Our family of six have had the most wonderful holiday here for three years in a row and are heading back for a fourth year this July. the cottage is beautifully neat, clean and charming. At the back is a lovely patio with superb views over the mountains. Mornings and evenings here are delightful. Two minutes' walk away is the village square which is a very relaxing place to sit for a coffee or a simple evening meal. The staff are very friendly and across the square is a very reasonably priced little supermarket with everything you need. Pollensa and Alcudia are only 20 minutes away and all the beautiful beaches. We have had a truly wonderful holiday each time and Diana is wonderful to deal with. Book this traditional cottage and you will never regret it!
We spent two weeks in Diana’s house this summer with our two kids – 2- and 4-years old. The house is absolutely amazing, furnished with an excellent taste creating an unique atmosphere. Breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evening in the terrace with so beautiful views is an unforgettable experience. Campanet, a regular mallorcan village, is the best choice for everyone looking for the place far away from “zona turistica”. Listening goats bells from nearby olive fields we have recalled a book by Geral Durell “My family an other family” (although Mallorca is not Corfu…). The A/C would be helpful due to really hot August nights, but not critically necessarily. This is the place ideal for a wonderful holiday time and we can honestly recommend it… :)
Recently we arrived home after spending two weeks in this beautiful village house in Campanet. We very much appreciated the elegant yet simple way this cottage has been renovated. Although the house is now extremely comfortable we were delighted with the air of authenticity the owner has conveyed,choosing natural building materials and carefully chosen country furniture . For us the highlight was the terrace-stunning views over olive groves and orchards, looking towards the mountains.
Campanet is ideally situated for exploring Mallorca and yet. we were given an enjoyable taste of village life. visiting the tuesday market or sitting in the square in front of the church, drinking cappucinos.
We found beaches only fifteen minutes away- our favourite Alcanada was very quiet and nearby there was an excellent restaurant right on the edge of the sea. We were always glad to return to the house in the evenings and eat on the terrace midst bougainvillea, hibiscus,plumbago and oleanders, listening to the tinkle of sheep bells below us and the distant sound of a dove ,which so reminded us of times in Africa. We were also fascinated by seeing the humming bird hawk moth pollinating the plumbago.A wonderfully restful fortnight.
Calle Corterades..This February we visited Diana's lovely house for the third(I
think) time, and as usual enjoyed it enormously..It is comfortable, warm in
winter with it's radiators and open fire, and has all you could want for a
simple and cosy base in Mallorca. There are lovely views over the mountains from
the terrace, and for eating, especially in the summer months, there is a breeze
and an excellent table and chairs. A short stroll to the shops means it is not
necessary to drive anywhere for essentials, and there are two good bars which
provide a simple lunch "menu" if you are at home and don't want to cater. In
summer there is an excellent village swimming pool within easy distance, and
also tennis courts for the energetic..Camapanet,Buger Moscari and Caimari form
one of the more unspoilt areas in Mallorca, from which you can, if you want,
reach the action in Palma quite easily on the motorway..beaches are about 20
minutes away..For maximum enjoyment a car is a necessity though, as there are
lots of good things to see a little further away as well..A wonderful place for
a reenergising break!!
Campanet is an idyllic village with marvellous views just south of the Traumuntana Mountains. It remains a perfect area from which to explore the island. The village itself is local and unspoilt as yet by tourists. It is close to Palma ( a 30 minute drive ), and benefits from the square and church where the local festivals take place, or simply a place to relax and enjoy the local atmosphere.
The Caves of Campanet are magnificent and a local attraction.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
1 Jun 2016 - 30 Sep 2016
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
There is an additional charge of 70 euros for each changeover.
Four night stays are acceptable
A deposit of 20% is required on booking. Final payment due three weeks before arrival. Preferred payment is a bank transfer to Santander Bank in Mallorca, but transfers to UK or cheques are also acceptable.