Where Stone Meets Sea in Majorca, Balearic Islands
From: €2,697 nightly 5
Where Stone Meets Sea Self-Catering
With green shutters and a terracotta roof, this Mallorcan villa wouldn’t look out of place in the Tuscan hills. There’s an air of grandeur and romance to the place, with ivy creeping up the stonework by the master’s balcony, tiled terraces shaded by olive trees and a turquoise pool set in a manicured lawn. Views of the sparkling Med in one direction and to the rugged Mallorcan mountains in the other can be taken in from the hammock strung between the trees, the poolside loungers, or the sprawling outdoor sofas under the pergola. Heading inside, the kitchen is a picture of Mediterranean country charm, but you might not spend much time in here if you opt for the all-inclusive package with breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks all taken care of. Just take a seat under the candelabra in the dining room, or out at the long table on the terrace and let the fresh, local dishes come to you. Bedrooms all boast ensuite bathrooms, and their own terrace or balcony, so there are no short straws here. This villa is secluded up in the hills, and heading along the coast by car you’ll find secret bays with turquoise shallows, and the pretty town of Banyalbufar.
Home truths: * In July and August the home is all-inclusive by default, and you can pay extra to upgrade to an all-inclusive package outside of these months
* There is daily housekeeping and a pool attendant
* The king bedrooms can be converted to two single beds, just ask the host when booking
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