Double rooms from £ 81
|Guest Rating: 9.8 / 10|
This small hotel is located in the old town of Alcudia. It has been carefully renovated without losing any of its original grace. Guests enjoy romantic summer evenings in the lovely patio where a Gaudi-esque fountain delivers a burble of sound, or in winter, in the cosy lounge where there is an open fireplace.
The six double bedrooms put a modern twist on the traditional decor of a Mallorcan "Casa Señorial" - a gentleman's house. They glow in an atmosphere of relaxation, while providing facilities like satellite television, a direct-dial telephone, minibar, air-conditioning, heating and bathroom luxuries such as bathrobes and a hair dryer.
Alcudia is a fabulous centre for a holiday in Mallorca, with easy access to miles of sandy beaches, rocky calas and cool mountains. There is an abundance of bars and restaurants nearby if you want them, yet you can easily retreat into your own world of peace and serenity.
Rooms are individually decorated combining character and charm with modern comforts. Fully fitted en-suite bathrooms, air conditiong and heating, direct dial telephone, Sat-TV and minibar.
There is no restaurant, but being in the centre of old Alcudia, there are abundant restaurants on the doorstep to suit all tastes. Breakfast is served in the breakfast room, or in the patio.
Beaches: Miles of beaches near at hand.
Calas: Rocky coves abound along the north coast of Mallorca. Some are easily accessible by car, while others can only be reached after a long scramble down the hillside.
Caving: Cueva de Menorca in Alcudia itself, and dozens more in the Sierra Tramuntana mountains.
Cycling: Mallorca is one of the most important centres in Europe for mountain-biking and the riders from many professional teams come to prepare for the new season.
Golf: 4 kilometres from the hotel is Alcanada Golf, with Hotel Sant Jaume able to offer reduced green fees for residents. Three other courses within 30 km.
Horse-riding: There are various local stables catering for riders of all abilities (or no ability at all!).
Places to visit:
Pollentia: The remains of a hugely imortant Roman city on the outskirts of Alcudia.
Nature Reserves of Son S'Albufereta and S'Albufera.Especially iportant for bird watching.
Fundación Yannick & Ben Jakober in Alcudia. One of most important art collections in Mallorca.
Pollensa and Puerto Pollensa.
Formentor: The rocky promontory at the northern tip of Mallorca. Spectacular cliffs.
La Victoria hermitage.
Sierra Tramuntana mountains.
Caves of Drach showcaves.
Palma. A beautiful and cosmopolitan city. Don't miss the cathedral and the old quarter. There are important museums too, like the Fundación Miró and the Museo de Es Baluard.
"Coming down the pretty wrought-iron staircase to strains of jazz in the morning puts you in a relaxed frame of mind."
"….best of all, it is on a quietish side street just a few yards from the market square in Alcudia."
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Quiet and under-stated.
We offer an exquisite buffet breakfast and the small size of the hotel allows us to look after our clients in a very personal way.