House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 21 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Ca'n Tabau, Campanet, Mallorca

This comfortable 3 bedroom Villa is destined to become a favourite for those looking for high quality accommodation in rural Mallorca. In a lovely peaceful location, 5 mins drive out of Campanet, on the back road to the tiny village of Binibona 2 kms away. The use of traditional furnishings and fittings has introduced Mallorcan style into this modern Villa which offers excellent and spacious air conditioned accommodation.

On the ground floor, a spacious open plan living /dining room leads through an archway into the sunny and well equipped kitchen with full cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, oven and dishwasher. A second sitting room/snug on the ground floor has a satellite TV (restricted English programmes available) and DVD player.

Upstairs, the exceptionally spacious and beautifully furnished master double bedroom, second double and twin bedroom share a full bathroom and a shower room. All bedrooms have lovely rural views.

Outside, on the terrace beside the kitchen, the spreading boughs of an ancient algaroba tree provides dappled shade over the dining terrace, a delightful spot to linger over lunch enjoying the views across the open countryside towards the hills. To the side, the dining terrace opens onto a sheltered, tiled pool area with beautiful mosaic tiled 8 x 4 swimming pool with roman steps into the shallow end.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Pollenca 21 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Palma 48 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV
Standard Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Towels provided
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Further details indoors

On the ground floor, a spacious open plan living /dining room leads through an archway into the sunny and well equipped kitchen with full cooker, fridge/freezer, micro wave oven and dishwasher. A second sitting room/snug on the ground floor has a satellite TV (restricted English programmes available) and DVD player.

Upstairs, the exceptionally spacious and beautifully furnished master double bedroom, second double and twin bedroom share a full bathroom and a shower room. All bedrooms have lovely rural views.

Further details outdoors

Outside, on the terrace beside the kitchen, the spreading boughs of an ancient algaroba tree provides dappled shade over the dining terrace, a delightful spot to linger over lunch enjoying the views across the open countryside towards the hills. To the side, the dining terrace opens onto a sheltered, tiled pool area with beautiful mosaic tiled 8 x 4 swimming pool with roman steps into the shallow end.

The Balearic Islands region

Away from the island's bustling capital Palma and the frenetic atmosphere of its nearby "high rise" resorts, a startling change of pace and scenery takes over. Fertile fields dotted with windmills turning lazily in the breeze, give way to rolling countryside covered in olive and almond groves punctuated by vineyards and small, sun-bleached villages. Medieval monasteries and castles perch quixotically atop pine clad mountains and look out over the azure sea that encircles the island's 400 km of beautiful coastline, most of which is surprisingly untouched by signs of mass tourism and remains virtually unknown to all but a few of Mallorca's many visitors.

With fabulous white sand beaches and historic towns of Pollenca, Campanet & Inca to name but a few, placed on the north west of the island of Mallorca sits below the inspiring Tramuntana mountains. Here the island of Mallorca retains a leisurely atmosphere reminiscent of bygone days with many small villages virtually untouched by tourism, where you can find a sunny Church square to join the locals in watching the world go by.

In the south of Mallorca, pretty harbour sides and sophisticated yachting resorts hide in sandy coves protected by pine clad headlands. Inland, below splendid monasteries perched on lofty mountain tops, life still beats to the rhythm of rural Mallorcan life.

With 6 Michelin starred restaurants, bodegas producing quality Mallorca wines, walking and cycle routes and world class golf courses, Mallorca is amongst the most sophisticated destinations of the Med.

On our Mallorca website you will find seaside apartments and a selection of individual Mallorca villas for rent ranging from centuries old farmhouse to neat little Villas near the beach

Campanet

Campanet & Buger, Mallorca

Situated on the edge of the green and wooded foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains, the village of Campanet's one claim to fame is its amazing limestone caves, said to house the longest stalactite in the world! It also makes a good starting point for an exhilarating drive to the mountain top Monastry at Lluc via the picturesque village of Caimari.

Campanet has no less than three bakeries, as well as a well-stocked supermarket and a delicatessen. The sunny church square has a number of simple bars and small shops and it's a pleasant spot to linger over a morning coffee and sugary ensaimada before heading off for the day. Of an evening there are also two or three bars that serve authentic tapas or simple meals, but the village has surprisingly remained a peaceful backwater, virtually untouched by tourism.

Perched twin like atop a neighbouring hill and just 5 mins drive away, Buger (pronounced Boohair) is Mallorca's smallest municipality and holiday accommodation is still rare. Having received enthusiastic feedback about this drowsy little town from customers staying nearby, we were delighted to be offered a house on the outskirts. In the shady streets surrounding its magnificent church, life continues at a measured pace, much as it was before Mallorca became a holiday destination but a bank, post office, a small weekly market, minimarket, three simple café/bars, a popular weekend restaurant with a pretty terrace and an excellent baker provide the 'necessities of life'.

Old Pollença with a good choice of shops and restaurants is no more than a 15 minute drive. However for a truly memorable occasion, book a table at a small hotel in the nearby village of Binibona where gourmet food is served on a candlelit terrace. If you don't want to drink and drive there's even a local taxi.

For serious shoppers, the town of Inca, famous for its leather goods and with some excellent cellar resaturants, is a 10 minutes drive and from here or, even nearer Sa Pobla, you can also catch a train to Palma.

The nearest beaches at Puerto Pollenca or Alcudia are approx. 20 minutes drive.