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Farmhouse in Deia, Mallorca – Home 319308 Farmhouse

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  • 1 night min stay

Farmhouse / 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 1 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

This beautiful old farmhouse has been carefully restored retaining its farming roots yet combining additional style and comfort. Its transformation has been born from the creativity of its owners: whitewashed walls, wooden beams and pebbled floors provide the perfect backdrop for a collection of simple African furniture and artifacts.

Tribal drums, straw bowls, and antique clothes are hung on walls or placed around the house as objet d'art. Candles, natural colours and textures - creams, ochres, dark woods, beige and stone - combine to create a soothing yet stylish ambiance. The 3 bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 twin) are fresh, clean and airy.

An infinity pool is tucked away in a large terraced garden, full of gnarled old olive trees and stocked with interesting Mallorquin (Majorcan) plants.

Location description from owner

The Balearic Islands region

Approaching Dei by road from Palma o

This beautiful old farmhouse has been carefully restored retaining its farming roots yet combining additional style and comfort. Its transformation has been born from the creativity of its owners: whitewashed walls, wooden beams and pebbled floors provide the perfect backdrop for a collection of simple African furniture and artifacts.

Tribal drums, straw bowls, and antique clothes are hung on walls or placed around the house as objet d'art. Candles, natural colours and textures - creams, ochres, dark woods, beige and stone - combine to create a soothing yet stylish ambiance. The 3 bedrooms (2 doubles and 1 twin) are fresh, clean and airy.

An infinity pool is tucked away in a large terraced garden, full of gnarled old olive trees and stocked with interesting Mallorquin (Majorcan) plants.

Location description from owner

The Balearic Islands region

Approaching Dei by road from Palma one rounds the headland at Sa Pedrissa to be greeted by the first view of the village.

With the towering mountains of the 'Serra de Tramuntana' as its backdrop, the village, topped by its ancient church, sits on its hill then extends to the valley below with its system of open irrigation channels that date back to moorish times. Built long before the days of town-planning the people just got it right, limited to local materials they built houses that fit perfectly into the landscape.

The fabled mountainside village of Deia attracts the off-duty A-list. Perching precariously above the seashore in a semi-circle of the towering Tramuntana mountains the village has long been a mecca for artists, the bohemian and a chic celebrity retreat. Writers, from Robert Graves and assorted friends, hippies and rock stars have been attracted here for generations. Yet its low-key sophistication ensures everyone mixes at a myriad of restaurants and bars ranging from the Michelin-starred El Olivo, rated one of the best in Spain, to the local rock bar with its jamming sessions that may contain a famous face or two! Deia, is one of the jewels of the Mediterranean and is certainly the most attractive village in Mallorca and is home to Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones, Claudia Schiffer and Andrew Lloyd-Webber to name a few. With the towering mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana as its backdrop, the village, topped by its ancient church, sits on its hill and extends to the valley below. A combination of mountain and stunning views all along the north west coast make this the most attractive and sought after part of the island.

Dei lies on the North-West coast of Mallorca, about a half-hour drive from Palma and the international airport. The municipality covers an area of about 15 square kilometres (6 square miles). The permanent population is of some 650 people, but this number is always augmented by a constant stream of visitors. The village celebrates the fiesta of its patron, St John the Baptist on June 24th.

The village is built on a hill in the middle of a valley in the 'Serra de Tramuntana' mountain range. Rising above the valley is the Teix, (pronounced 'tesh') at 1062 M. (3484 ft.) the second highest mountain on Mallorca. The whole of the Serra de Tramuntana is covered by a network of paths and ancient mule tracks, thus making the area an ideal place for a walking holiday outside of the main summer season.

Dei boasts, apart from its incredible surroundings, a small but excellent Archaeological Museum , the museum/homage to the painter Norman Yanikun , the churches Parroquial Museum, and the 'Museu de Son Marroig' just up the coast. For classical music lovers there is the renouned 'Festival Internacional de Dei', for concert details visit their web . There are also other concerts and events in Dei ( www.dimf.com ) and nearby Sller , these can be consulted at the calender of events .

Although small and still retaining a village atmosphere, Deya itself has numerous excellent restaurants including a Michelin star restaurant, from the most expensive and chic to charming, casual, inexpensive bars and cafes. A small but incredibly well stocked supermarket, a very helpful English speaking chemist, two banks with cash points make Deia a very convenient and relaxing place for a short or long stay. Various festivities are organised by the Town Hall and these range from fishing competitions to fireworks! For a full list of commercial establishments click here .


The Robert Graves Museum is a kilometre from the village and is well worth a visit. An excellent film shows the aspects of his life in Mallorca., living in this charming house with its pretty garden, until his death. Art galleries and artisan shops are also to be enjoyed. For those who do not want to hire a car, there is an excellent and frequent bus service. Taxis are easy to book and are relatively inexpensive.


Palma, with its beautiful historic old town and impressive cathedral, excellent art galleries and museums is about 45 minutes drive, or an hour by bus, away. In the last few years this has become a buzzing city with excellent designer shops and restaurants.

Deia (or Deya as it is often spelt) is ideally situated for a holiday of any type and whatever the season, in Mallorca, in particular ideally situated for walking, cycling holidays, rural/countryside retreats, beach holiday and perfect as a winter sun break as the climate is very mild with very few really cold or wet periods.

Deia

Approaching Deià by road from Palma one rounds the headland at Sa Pedrissa to be greeted by the first view of the village.

With the towering mountains of the 'Serra de Tramuntana' as its backdrop, the village, topped by its ancient church, sits on its hill then extends to the valley below with its system of open irrigation channels that date back to moorish times. Built long before the days of town-planning the people just got it right, limited to local materials they built houses that fit perfectly into the landscape.

The fabled mountainside village of Deia attracts the off-duty A-list. Perching precariously above the seashore in a semi-circle of the towering Tramuntana mountains the village has long been a mecca for artists, the bohemian and a chic celebrity retreat. Writers, from Robert Graves and assorted friends, hippies and rock stars have been attracted here for generations. Yet its low-key sophistication ensures everyone mixes at a myriad of restaurants and bars ranging from the Michelin-starred El Olivo, rated one of the best in Spain, to the local rock bar with its jamming sessions that may contain a famous face or two! Deia, is one of the jewels of the Mediterranean and is certainly the most attractive village in Mallorca and is home to Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones, Claudia Schiffer and Andrew Lloyd-Webber to name a few. With the towering mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana as its backdrop, the village, topped by its ancient church, sits on its hill and extends to the valley below. A combination of mountain and stunning views all along the north west coast make this the most attractive and sought after part of the island.

Deià lies on the North-West coast of Mallorca, about a half-hour drive from Palma and the international airport. The municipality covers an area of about 15 square kilometres (6 square miles). The permanent population is of some 650 people, but this number is always augmented by a constant stream of visitors. The village celebrates the fiesta of its patron, St John the Baptist on June 24th.

The village is built on a hill in the middle of a valley in the 'Serra de Tramuntana' mountain range. Rising above the valley is the Teix, (pronounced 'tesh') at 1062 M. (3484 ft.) the second highest mountain on Mallorca. The whole of the Serra de Tramuntana is covered by a network of paths and ancient mule tracks, thus making the area an ideal place for a walking holiday outside of the main summer season.

Deià boasts, apart from its incredible surroundings, a small but excellent Archaeological Museum , the museum/homage to the painter Norman Yanikun , the churches Parroquial Museum, and the 'Museu de Son Marroig' just up the coast. For classical music lovers there is the renouned 'Festival Internacional de Deià', for concert details visit their web . There are also other concerts and events in Deià ( www.dimf.com ) and nearby Sóller , these can be consulted at the calender of events .

Although small and still retaining a village atmosphere, Deya itself has numerous excellent restaurants including a Michelin star restaurant, from the most expensive and chic to charming, casual, inexpensive bars and cafes. A small but incredibly well stocked supermarket, a very helpful English speaking chemist, two banks with cash points make Deia a very convenient and relaxing place for a short or long stay. Various festivities are organised by the Town Hall and these range from fishing competitions to fireworks! For a full list of commercial establishments click here .


The Robert Graves Museum is a kilometre from the village and is well worth a visit. An excellent film shows the aspects of his life in Mallorca., living in this charming house with its pretty garden, until his death. Art galleries and artisan shops are also to be enjoyed. For those who do not want to hire a car, there is an excellent and frequent bus service. Taxis are easy to book and are relatively inexpensive.


Palma, with its beautiful historic old town and impressive cathedral, excellent art galleries and museums is about 45 minutes drive, or an hour by bus, away. In the last few years this has become a buzzing city with excellent designer shops and restaurants.

Deia (or Deya as it is often spelt) is ideally situated for a holiday of any type and whatever the season, in Mallorca, in particular ideally situated for walking, cycling holidays, rural/countryside retreats, beach holiday and perfect as a winter sun break as the climate is very mild with very few really cold or wet periods.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Super King Beds, 1 Double Bed, 1 Sofa Bed, 2 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 Shower room

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Safe
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Smoking
No smoking at this property

About the owner

Suzanna H
Response rate:
65%
Calendar updated::
01 Oct 2016

Languages spoken: English


This Farmhouse has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 05 Mar 2013. Located in Deia, the average weekly rate is £3010.

The Owner has a response rate of 65% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 01 Oct 2016.

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