Campanet Center Cottage Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, 1bathroom, 1 Shower, sleeps 6
The house is situated at the end of a cul-de sac, two minutes walk from the square with beautiful baroque
church, local bars/ restaurant. Small supermarket,bakery,chemist and a Tuesday market. It has recently been restored retaining its original charm and character. There is a roof terrace overlooking the Tramuntana Mountains with steps leading down to a small courtyard. The village offers a sports centre with swimming pool and tennis court,and is only fifteen minutes from the sea, plenty of walks and within easy reach of the historic city of Palma.
Further details: This house offers the perfect escape from long winters, and for anyone interested in walking, painting,exploring and bicycling with the benefit of blue skies guaranteed . There are markets everyday of the week in the surrounding villages and towns: Pollenca, Sa Pobla, Alcudia,Conseil, and Sineu. Palma is only twentyfive minutes away, and there is plenty to explore all over the island from Deia, Valdemossa, Lluc etc.The Spring offers almond blossom and wild flowers, and the summer provides guaranteed sun, and high temperatures.
The house has three small double bedrooms - two upstairs, with bathroom, one downstairs with ensuite shower, (this leads onto courtyard). The sitting area has large open fireplace and dining area. The house has just been refurbished and all fixtures and fittings are new, and the kitchen is well equipped.
There is wi-fi access, linen is provided, there is a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and a weekly maid service, (if required).
It is an ideal retreat in the sun at low cost. Plenty to explore in all seasons, many local festivals and
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- unsuitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
I live and work in London. I am a picture restorer and have worked in the arts for all my adult life.
I was holidaying with a friend who had recently purchased a house in Campanet, and discovered that a colleague in the Antique business also owned a wonderful house on the outskirts of Campanet. At the time there was little available to buy, but my house was available in an unrestored state. I was immediately tempted to have a foot into this idyllic and magical island.
My house is one of the oldest in the village and I liked the history and character of it. It has spectacular views of the Tramuntana mountains, and has the advantage of being very close to the square.