Santa Eulalia Apartment Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, sleeps 6 air conditioned central Santa Eulalia location
Situated in a prime position in the centre of Santa Eulalia and on the sea front, this beautifully decorated and airconditioned apartment has magnificent sea views and a huge balcony for sunbathing and al fresco dining for six people.
The balcony directly overlooks the beach and sea, then runs in a dogleg around the side of the apartment, so both bedrooms also have their own independent access via sliding doors.
The apartment is fully equipped with every convenience including luxury towels and linen.
There is a large LED TV with an upscaling DVD player, allowing you to watch the many available DVDs in HD.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with separate shower. There is an LCD TV and DVD player.
The second bedroom has a double/single bunk bed and a sofa that can convert into a further double bed and use of the second bathroom. It has a TV, video and DVD players and a games console.
If you are interested in a day out at sea, either fishing or just exploring the island, then I can organise this for you. Take a look at the photograph of my friend Susana’s boat below. It will easily accommodate a party of up to six people, and it has economical diesel engines, so the running costs are reasonable
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just to let you know that we are back home now. We left the apartment early this morning, and just caught Maria on our way out and left the keys with her.
The apartment was great - and we had a brilliant time. We worked through many of your DVD's too. It was a great location too so we had a wonderful holiday.
The people before us left a fridge of food - salads, cans of pop and beer etc. We had to throw the perishables out, but drank most of the other stuff - so I've replaced it for the next guests. We also left a few beach things - parasol, beach mats etc...seemed a shame to throw them out.