Can Tio. Campanet. Mallorca
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Villa / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 12
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Villa / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 12
This huge luxurious, air-conditioned and private house is in one of the most beautiful parts of Mallorca. Just 8 minutes walk to the cafes in Campanet's historic plaza, the house is sited on the edge of the Mallorquin countryside, an ideal base for walking or biking (we have 5 bikes) and exploring the stone walled old lanes and ancient farm houses, or simply relaxing on the terrace beside the pool to the sound of sheep-bells and birds. It's only 15 minutes to the beaches at Alcudia and Pollensa.
There are spectacular views from every window, over the fields and trees to the 13th century church of Saint Michael in the Campanet valley, the Tramuntana mountains, the Bay of Alcudia and the village .Surrounding the house is a secure garden,with olive and palm trees, large terraces and a 12 x 5m pool.
Campanet has good local shopping, including 2 traditional bakeries,2 supermarkets, 8 cafes and bars, (where you can sit outside in the sun ), plus a chemist and a stationers shop selling Spanish, English and German newspapers.
There is a market in the plaza each Tuesday.
The cafes provide simple meals and tapas. A number of them have outdoor seating, ideal for a lazy lunch. There are a number of excellent restaurants in the neighborhood too.
The house has 4 large bedrooms, with ensuite bathrooms, on the two top floors, suitable for 8 people. There are another 2 more simple double bedrooms on the lower floor (with their own shared bathroom). Wifi.
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Pollenca or Alcudia 15 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Palma 35 km, Nearest railway: Inca 6 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 3 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Double beds (5), Single beds (4), Cots (2), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
The beautiful 632m2 house has 3 floors and is furnished in rustic traditional Mallorquin style. The house has air-conditioning and central heating throughout, as well as a log fire.
It has terracotta tiled floors and beautiful century-old wooden doors and windows with shutters to keep the house cool in summer.
It is usually let using the 4 bedrooms on the top and middle floors, but in addition to these there are another 2 bedrooms with a shared bathroom on the lower floor, available on request.
The lower floor contains the garage, with parking for two cars, a large games room, with a table-tennis table, the optional 2 spare bedrooms (these bedrooms are especially suitable for teenagers, being separate from the rest of the house), a lounge, laundry ( with washing machine and dryer) and a bathroom, with a shower, hand-basin and toilet. There is ample room for parking bicycles.
The first floor has two double bedrooms, both of which look out onto a terrace. They share an en suite bathroom.
There is a large entrance hall with a batiport (a Mallorcan entrance-way) and grand old wooden doors onto the veranda.
The large lounge has a log fire, leather couches and satellite TV. French doors open out onto the veranda (which runs the whole length of the house).
The dining room is separated from the kitchen by a marble-topped bar. It also opens out onto the veranda. In summer the whole floor can be open to the terrace and gardens. There is a wonderful view of the pool, countryside and mountains beyond.
The traditional Mallorquin kitchen has all modern facilities as well as a marble-shelved walk-in pantry.
Outside the kitchen is a terrace, ideal for a sunny breakfast.
The top floor of the house has two enormous bedrooms , both with en suite bathrooms and built-in wardrobes.
The guest bedroom looks out to the olive trees and palms in the garden from a wrought-iron balcony.
The master bedroom has a large terrace, with spectacular views of the pool, countryside and mountains.
The en suite bathroom has an elevated bath, from which you can survey the views, as well as a shower.
The two bedrooms are separated by a library and lounge, with wi-fi facilities.
|Further details outdoors|
The house and pool are surrounded by stone terracing and gardens, with olive trees, citrus and other trees and is fully fenced.
The 12 x 5 pool is approximately 1metre deep at the shallow end and 2 metres at the deep end.
The cabana ( or porche in Mallorquin) houses a wood-fired stove and both wood-fired and gas barbeques. There are tables and chairs for dining in the cabana and a changing room for the pool.
The house has a huge 4 metre x 30m veranda running along one side. It is ideally suited to outdoor dining, with tables and chairs, as well as simply relaxing and enjoying the view.
There is also a terrace on the other side of the house, which catches the early morning sun even in winter and overlooks the garden.
All of the terraces are illuminated, as is the pool and porche.
The house is accessible from the road for wheelchair users, but has stairs down to the pool and porche areas and stairs to the upper floor.
There are 5 bikes for the use of guests and wonderful little lanes and cart-tracks in the vicinity to explore.
Campanet is on the Campanet-Caimari- Lluch-Pollensa circuit, so the house is perfect for serious cyclists as well as those who like to cycle to cafes in the surrounding villages.
There is also a table tennis table for family tournaments.
The house is supervised by an English-speaking person, who will introduce you to the house and inform you of the local amenities and attractions.
There is an additional optional 5th and 6th bedroom with 2 single beds and a double bed available on the ground floor. It is especially suitable for teenagers, who in my experience, like to be on their own. It is separate from the rest of the house One bedroom has air-conditioning, the other a fan. There is a bathroom on this floor also.
The Balearic Islands region
The house is situated on the edge of the green foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains and less than 15 minutes to fantastic northern beaches of Alcudia and Pollenca. The hilltop village of Campanet is surrounded by a network of villages and towns, making it an ideal base to explore Mallorca.
The climate is Mediterranean. Summers are hot in the plains and winters mild to cool.
Majorca's own language is Catalan. The two official languages of Majorca are Catalan and Spanish, with many of the younger people speaking English also.
The rugged mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana peak to 1,445 metres and its proximity to the coastline ensures an attractive Mediterranean backdrop and has just become a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a great place to go hiking.
Characterised by agricultural terraces, dry stone walls and large farming estates often owned by wealthy Mallorcan aristocracy, the Serra de Tramuntana is the most significant limestone area on the Island and it has been eroded by centuries of weather and water to create deep torrents and dramatic gullies. Native flora includes holm oaks and pine forest, whilst a variety of fauna from goats to sheep, osprey to falcon,as well as the Mallorcan black vulture, have all made the Serra de Tramuntana their home.
For those seeking a serene and relaxing stay, the village of Campanet is ideal.
This small community of 2500 people offers its own version of Spanish heaven. Campanet is a great place if you want to come back from your Majorca holiday feeling totally refreshed.
Attracting more chilled out aficionados, the village gives a glimpse into the traditional way of life on the island and is ideal for those who like to see what is under the skin of a place, rather than just seeing those areas aimed at tourists.
Campanet and each of the surrounding villages have a market day, where fresh local produce is sold. Market day in Campanet is Tuesday and a smaller fruit market just down the road on Saturdays . There are two local bakeries, a delicatessen, butcher, two supermarkets, a stationary shop ( with English newspapers), three banks and a chemist shop as well as six cafes, all centred around the sunny plaza, the social centre of the village.
The area around the village is a draw for those keen to see all of the amazing wildlife on the island of Mallorca and you may want to spend a day exploring the surrounding countryside on foot or bike while on holiday .
If you like rocky landscapes and breathtaking views, the panoramas around here are really spectacular. The community is on the very edge of the Tramuntana Mountains, so those who fancy something a little more energetic than a stroll are well catered for. We can offer a guide to the Tramuntana Mountains- please ask.
Active holidaymakers on a getaway to Campanet could also find the surrounding area perfect for exploring on two wheels. Can Tio has five bikes on which you and your friends and family can head off into the countryside and visit the local villages
For the serious cyclist, there is the Port de Pollença-Campanet-Selva-Inca-Sencelles-Campos route.
Time: 5 hours approximately, distance, 85 kilometres. This well-signposted route starts in the Port of Pollença in the north of the island on Pollença Bay, circumvents the village of Pollença and follows back roads to Campanet and Selva. Practically the entire road, which skirts the Tramontana Mountains, is flat. Turning south at Inca, the mountains are at cyclists' backs and the route continues along back roads that pass through Sencelles on the way to Algaida. The last two stretches after Algaida lead to Llucmajor and Campos.
See http://www.globalspokes.com/Mallorca/mallorca-routes.htm for more information.
Just outside Campanet and in sight of the house are amazing limestone caves, said to house the longest stalactite in the world!
There are two local golf courses, at Pollensa and Alcudia, within 15 minutes drive. Two other top courses are Golf Park Puntiro, which was designed by the world renowned Nicklaus design group. For more details see: http://www.yuriliberzon.com/the-beautiful-golf-courses-of-mallorca/
Campanet is also an ideal base from which to explore the rest of this beautiful island as its location puts it in the centre of a number of places well worth a visit
While exploring the mountains around the village, you may come across the mountain top monastery of Lluc, the religious epicentre of Mallorca. This can be reached via the hill village of Caimari, well worth a visit in its own right.
Campanet is around 35 kilometres, or just over half an hour, away from the capital city of Mallorca, Palma and the airport and is easily accessible from all parts of the island.
Other nearby destinations well worth seeing on a Majorca holiday include the town of Inca, which can be reached in around ten minutes by car . It's famous for it's leather goods and fashion wear. From here , you can get the train to Palma. There is a connecting bus from the plaza in Campanet, if you want to leave the car at home.
To the north, the historic town of Pollenca, with a good choice of shops and restaurants is no more than a 15 minute drive along the idyllic Campanet Valley. Inca, just 10 minutes by car, has a number of wonderful and traditional cellar restaurants, well worth a visit.
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1 Oct 2011
"Absolutely first class."
A superb villa with stunning views on the edge of a lovely village with a small square and a couple of cafes serving good and reasonably priced food. Very rustic and totally relaxing. Eva and her father who look after the Villa were great. Our children loved it as well.
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