Cosmic Villas is delighted to present this high-end accommodation and splendid Mallorquin tradition.
Set in beautiful gardens, the three to four bedroom villa also boasts a private pool and numerous dreamy terraces for al-fresco dining and relaxing.
Original artwork adorns the walls of this light, spacious and airy holiday home, and it has been furnished featuring old and new handcrafted furniture of the highest standard. Beamed ceilings and white-washed walls help to create a relaxing ambience, and every comfort has been thought of for guests.
The living area features a traditional Mallorquin canopied seating area around an open fireplace, and there is a large oak dining table for cosy feasts on cooler evenings. Old meets new with modern luxuries such as a Bose surround sound system and a satellite wide-screen TV and DVD player across the living area. The large kitchen has Corian worktops, a steam oven, a Nespresso machine, an electric BBQ and many other standard amenities to make cooking a feast a delightful experience.
The master bedroom has a beautiful terrace with views of Deia, a jacuzzi en-suite bathroom and a four-poster bed, plus there are two further en-suite bedrooms upstairs. The fourth bedroom, available for groups of seven or eight guests, is in its wing, accessed via the courtyard.
This bedroom has its study area, a four-poster bed, flat screen TV, and a private garden. The en-suite bathroom has a free-standing bath and is situated in a tower with windows in all directions with fantastic mountain views.
It will be hard to tear yourself away from the beautiful gardens with olive and palm trees, fruit and cypress trees, and bougainvillaea on warm summery days. Breakfast can be taken on the rear loggia, enjoying freshly squeezed juice from the Mallorcan orange groves.
The swimming pool terrace has a delightful pergola with a dining table, lovely for a relaxed poolside lunch. The wisteria covered pergola at the front of the villa is ideal for an evening drink or dinner enjoying the beautiful views of Deia village.
Immediately above the prestigious La Reidencia Hotel, the villa enjoys a desirable location. The heart of Deia is just a few minutes’ strolls away, where you can wander the narrow streets of pretty boutiques, art galleries, upmarket restaurants, cafes and Mallorquin tapas bars. The village is very popular with tourists in the summer, with good reason as visitors come to experience the arty and bohemian vibe, just like the late Robert Graves did when he lived in the village in the nineteenth century.
Cala Deia is a beautiful sheltered pebble cove, a thirty-minute steep walk downhill from the village (or a five minutes drive), where you will find a superb rustic seafood restaurant overlooking the sea.
The pretty town of Soller is a scenic 10km drive away, a beautiful town so popular with walkers or tourists looking to get off the beaten track. Take the old wood panelled train through the orange groves from Soller to Palma for a day trip to the magnificent city.
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The villa is a 4-bedroom villa sleeping up to 8 guests, located in the picturesque village of Deia.
*Please note that the rates are calculated based on occupancy. For groups of fewer than 7 guests, there will only be access to a reduced number of bedrooms. Three bedrooms for up to 6 guests and four bedrooms for 7-8 guests.
Seperate wing (with own entrance from the courtyard up a stone stair which makes it independent from the rest of the house)
Deia is a small idyllic village on the west coast of Mallorca, perched high up with stunning views down to the crystal clear seas. With a stunning backdrop of the ‘Sierra de Tramuntana’, the beautiful village is typically Mediterranean with green shuttered stone houses and narrow streets of pretty boutiques, art galleries, upmarket restaurants, cafes and Mallorquin tapas bars.
It has been welcoming artists, musicians and writers for years and has a bohemian vibe. Visitors flock to the village not only for the outstanding beauty and character but also to visit the grave and former house, now a museum, of Robert Graves who lived here in the nineteenth century when the artistic scene flourished and continues today.
The Moors, who named the area ‘Ad-Daya’ meaning ‘village’, created the terraced irrigation system that slows steep hillsides to be cultivated and today the olive groves still cover much of the hillside in and around the town.
Cala Deia is a beautiful sheltered pebble cove, a thirty minute steep walk downhill from the village (or a five minutes drive) where you will find a superb rustic seafood restaurant overlooking the sea. Fishermen still set out their boats at night so you can enjoy their haul.
The island of Mallorca is a walker’s paradise as there is a network of paths and ancient mule tracks across the Serra de Tramuntana, so close to Deia. The area is also popular with mountain bikers who can enjoy the dramatic and stunning mountain and sea-view scenery. Tennis courts can be hired in the village and there are various golf clubs on the island, the closest being Son Termens about 18km away.
If you hire a car you can discover the beautiful island of Mallorca, especially the north-west corner which is a world away from some of the more touristy resorts on the island. The pretty town of Soller is a dramatic 10km drive away, here you can enjoy the ambience with a glass of wine on the town square with the Sant Bartomeu church or find one of the many walking paths, such as those to the picturesque villages of Biniaraix and Fornalutx.
The beautiful city of Palma is yours to discover and what better way to travel there than via the 1912 wood panelled train that takes you through the orange and lemon groves for the 28km journey from Soller to Palma.