- Property Type
- Mountain house
- Sleeps up to
- Renting licence
Stunning property sitting proud in the mountains of North Mallorca. With picturesque views from all around the property, Pedruxella is the perfect property to get away from it all. Beautifully decorated on the inside the property has been well taken care of with even the finest details thought about.
We recommend getting a cook in for a few services if you decide to stay here. The villa has a list of professional recommendations that know the house well and make the most of the freshest Mediterranean ingredients on offer.
What we love about it
Possibly the most 'get away from it all' villa in Pollença. Set in a unique setting up high in the mountains the villa is around a 20 minute drive to Pollença old town.
The views are second to none with fantastic landscape of the Tramuntana mountains and Vall d'en March.
A weeks holiday here takes you right back to the simple life of enjoying the natural environment and the well cared for land hosts a herd of Mallorquin sheep, wild and domesticated goats as well as olive and carob trees as well as vegetables.
The property is a unique getaway, the perfect retreat for private holidays, nature and bird lovers or events such as weddings.
Pedruxella is steeped in history, it is a 13th Century manor house and still retains original features such as wooden beams, wood fireplaces, olive press and Moorish tower. The courtyard is another beautiful feature. As the property was once a working building, there is also the largest aqueduct on the island which the Moors used along with well designed water canals to carry water off the terraces.
Perduxella's location is ideal for catching a cool sea breeze which keeps the property cool throughout even the hottest summers, this is also aided by big thick walls. Although if needed, there is air conditioning throughout (kitchen, library, salon and bedrooms)
Housekeeping service: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday for 4 hours per clean from 9am-1pm (Thurs 1pm-5pm).
Things to know
A car is an absolute essential, the drive to the main road is 10 minutes on a narrow mountain road, it is then a 10 minute drive to the old town of Pollença.
The pool can be heated if requested. Price is based on the amount of power used to heat it but is around 150€ - 300€ per week.
Due to the remote location, there is no phone coverage in the villa.
We recommend getting a cook in for a few services during your stay. There is a list of professionals who know the property well and cook with the best and freshest Mediterranean ingredients.
The property has limited English television channels.
There is an apartment attached to the main house which can accommodate a further four guests. For larger groups larger than 12, please enquire for availability and price as there is a supplement for extra guests.
Entrance patio, property entrance with log fireplace and arrival hall, reception room with large picture window and TV nook with large screen TV and DVD player with views of the mountains, dining room, large kitchen, WC, access to two bedrooms (one twin, one double) each are en-suite and independent access to outside, ideal for children or teenagers.
1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, 2 double bedrooms, two family bathrooms, 1 master bedroom with access to a triple bedroom with play area and access to a reading room with TV. Private access to the second patio.
Stunning grounds with vegetables which can be used by the guests. Table tennis table, circular pool (8m diameter), BBQ.
The northern foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana are the backdrop of the historic old town of Pollença, just a few kilometers from the beautiful sandy beaches of the port. Pollensa is a popular destination for painters and artists with a special charm and personality since the beginning of this Century. The market square with outdoor cafés and elegant restaurants is the focal point of this unique village, where the market takes place every Sunday from 8am - 1pm. Throughout the year there are various musical events and fiestas, the most famous being the Moors and Chrisitians battle which takes place on 2nd August. The town is a great base for walkers, cyclists and bird watchers.
We recommend you climb the 365 steps, one for each day of the year, of the Calvari, from here you have fantastic views of the North of the island and the rooftops of Pollensa. There is a small chapel at the top and a cafe to quench your thirst.
- Parking - private
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- DVD player
- Ping pong table
- Coffee maker
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Private Garden
- BBQ Grill
- Pool - private
- Fireplace - Wood
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- Mountain view
What's on offer nearby
- Health/beauty spa
- Water sports
- Mountain biking
- Wild life viewing
- Rock climbing
- Horseback riding