This place is a great change from the usual tourist hotel, a renovated house in a little town in central Majorca. The town is pleasant enough, but nothing to write home about. The hotel, however, is elegant and charming. It is a haven of peace and quiet and excellent home cooking. It includes a small spa, a rooftop sunbathing terrace with a small swimming pool, and some outside seating areas. Our room was large with a very large double bed, a sofa, a writing desk and a television. The bathroom was also large.
Some reviewers have complained about dinner. Now if you want egg and chips this is not the place for you, but the food is fresh and well prepared and served in a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere. The fish was all excellent, and the tumbet worth coming back to Majorca to have again. The fresh fruit was beautifully ripe and juicy: to get fruit like that in England you will have to grow your own.
The staff are pleasant and helpful, and try very hard to cope with the different languages of their guests.
Traveller from Somerset
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My wife and I stayed here for 4 nights at the beginning of October and had a wonderful time.
Elegantly restored public areas, pool area and very comfortable rooms.
Excellent buffet breakfast served on the terrace.
Great location to explore some of the beautiful villages and towns on the Island.
Only 20 minute taxi drive into Palma.
Would stay here again without hesitation.
We spent six days here and loved it. Xisco was the perfect host - we were able to use his kitchen to make tea and help ourselves to bottled water or other drinks. He served us with interesting and different breakfasts every day and on the last evening we had a very good three-course dinner there as well. Banyalbufar is an attractive little town on the NW coast with a market and a number of restaurants - we ate at a different one each night. It is convenient for visiting other places in the mountains such as Valdemossa, Deia and Soller or down the coast to Andratx.
C from Hampshire, UK
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This dramatic mountain range stretches for 90 kilometres, parallel to Mallorca’s west coast. Ideal for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling and climbing, it is home to some of the island’s most picturesque villages. Highly recommended: Valldemosa, (famous for its Real Cartuja monastery), Deia, Fornalutx and Sóller, which has an antique train link direct to Palma. Visit these villages early morning or late afternoon to avoid the crowds.
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