This stone villa on the northern coast of Majorca, renowned for its stunning landscapes and beautiful scenery, blends in perfectly with the style of the lovely village of Deia. A truly authentic and charming setting for a stay. Relaxing as well, and ideal for taking advantage of the 3x6m swimming pool, always welcome in hot weather! A terrace with deckchairs, a shady summer lounge with fireplace and barbecue make outdoor living a real treat. The interior of the house, with its contemporary decor and modern amenities, has character to spare. The spacious living area with its large kitchen and living room, a screening room with an overhead projector, and the bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom, all ensure that your vacation in the villa plays out in the ultimate of comfort! In addition to the four bedrooms, there’s a sofa bed that can sleep two extra 2 people. Layout:
• Living room
• Fully equipped open-plan kitchen, dining table
• Screening room – overhead projector
• Laundry room
• Bedroom 1: queen-size bed, ensuite shower room - shower, toilets
• Bedroom 2: two 90cm beds, ensuite shower room - shower, toilets
• Bedroom 3: two 90 cm beds, ensuite shower room - shower, toilets
• Bedroom 4: queen-size bed, ensuite bathroom - bathtub, shower, toilets
• Lounge with 2-place foldaway sofa, balcony, ensuite shower room - shower, toilets
Private parking area inside the property.
Household linen, kitchen and bath towels are provided. The beds will be freshly made up before you arrive. You’ll also have some surprises in store to welcome you: you’ll find toiletries in the bathrooms and a little gourmet gift basket in the kitchen. Other services are also available on demand when you reserve.
The villa is located right in the center of Deia, a little village nestled in a nook in the landscape of the northern coast of Majorca, and only about 50 meters from the church square, which means you can do just about everything on foot and immerse yourself into the village atmosphere almost instantly. Everything you need is available on site: local shops, boutiques, cafes and some great restaurants to discover. Good food and cooking are part and parcel of a trip to Majorca! There’s a lot to do and see in the surrounding area: ports and beach resorts, water sports, scuba diving and hidden coves with crystal-clear water on the seaside, along with the delightful traditional villages, nature activities and hiking trails on the mountainside. You can easily explore most of Majorca by car. The island’s capital, Palma, is a fascinating place to visit both for its architecture and its vitality and buzz, and just a 50 min drive away. The Majorca airport is in Palma as well.
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