On the tranquil Plaza de Sant Jordi and easy walking distance from other bars and restaurants. If you like the atmosphere of unspoiled old towns you’ll love the labyrinthine, honey-coloured streets of Pollensa. It’s good for foodies too, with a bustling food and crafts market on Sundays.
All eight of these rooms really have been beautifully done, and it is difficult to choose a favourite. Antique terracotta floors, beds romantically draped and piled high with creamy bed linens, traditional beamed ceilings, rocking chairs and tea and coffee-making facilities all add to that sense of being at home. Oh, they have a small fridge too, which is handy for stashing a bottle of wine to drink in the garden of an evening.
The neatly manicured garden is a gorgeous place for an afternoon snooze, interspersed with dips in the pool. It’s one of those added extras that really makes the place.
Eating and drinking
La Placeta restaurant located on the ground floor has a good reputation around town for solid Mediterranean and Mallorquí cooking. Breakfast is excellent.
Bicycles and kayaks available for active travellers, a sauna for weary travellers.
They go all out of their way to make you feel at home. Personal and very friendly.
Who stays there
Anyone who wants to see another side of Majorca. Lots of couples, seasoned and more mature travellers, but also some families.
Great value for money, especially if you come out of season. Winter rates are a bargain.
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Culture vultures
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Chilling out
- Nature / wildlife
Pros & Cons
- Private parking
- Old Majorca life
- Garden and pool
- No lounge