Located in the picturesque village of Biniaraix, it is a rustic and comfortable house to spend a few days happy and quiet, no noise of city and surrounded by nature, to make beautiful excursions. The house is totally decorated and clean.
“Wonderful house tucked away in the centre of stunning Biniaraix - a perfect base for exploring the hills (you can walk directly into the mountains from here), and a few steps from a lovely little bar and seasonal restaurant. Soller is a short walk too. The apartment itself is very charming, with an exceptional and quite breathtaking view from its terrace - and a really well equipped kitchen, snug living room with fire, and comfortable beds. Do be aware that if driving the roads are very narrow so you'll probably need to park a short walk away.”
Stylish penthous studio with outstanding view over the village of Alaro. Newly build, totaly private, free parking. 30kmv studio with king size bed, pentry kitchen and bathroom. 25 kvm roof terrace, totaly furnished and with spectacular view over the mountains and village. The apartment serves you with coffe maschine, microwave oven, fridge, cups, plates etc.... Everything you need for making breakfast or a light meal.
“Alaró was the last and best stop on our visit to Mallorca. Both by the welcome of Trine, by the comfort of the apartment, the magnificent view and its beautiful terrace or the proximity to magnificent places such as Soller. The small town of Alaro is particularly pleasant. Go there with your eyes closed! :)”
House located in Bunyola village, which belongs to the Sierra de Tramuntana, with a century-old Art Nouveau facade, just behind the Soller railway, completely renovated, keeping all its charms and details, spacious and bright, five minutes from the town center , and 200 meters shop of ecological products "Agromart", 15 minutes by car from the center of Palma, ideal for hiking, cycling or visiting its nearest beaches. It has free parking.
“Catalina's Place is located in a super charming village which is very well connected to the major roads and not crowded with tourists. Her place is much more specious than the pictures give impression about. I agree to earlier comments about missing natural light but as the place has high ceiling and bright furniture it does not feel dark or cramped. The Sóller train passes just outside of the window but does not bother at all. The village centre is just about five minutes pleasant walk (a bit uphill but not demanding) and the village is surprisingly alive considering its size. There is an organic store just across the road from the house with a good selection of charcuterie, cheeses, fruit, vegetables and bread and more stores and bakeries in the village centre. Free parking in the street was never a problem regardless time of the day. All that said, I believe Catalina’s hospitality, smile and sweet gestures (fresh fruit and chocolate) sealed the deal for me. I would definitely stay at the village of Bunyola and Catalina’s place if visiting the island again.”