Price per week €3480—€10680
Sleeps 8

We loved Casa Deia. The house was in a great location and so easy to walk into Deia.

Flora, Devon
Living Space

4 bedrooms
Master 4-poster double bedroom with en suite bathroom (batj has hydro massage) and private terrace with views of the village and sea
Double bedroom (can be converted into twin) with en suite shower room
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room
Double bedroom with king size 4 poster bed and raised study area and en suite bathroom situated in a tower with panoramic views of the mountains
(please note this fourth bedroom has its own entrance from the courtyard and is independent from the rest of the house)
Separate study by 4th bedroom

Traditional Mallorca kitchen with open fireplace and beamed ceilings, glass doors open onto front terrace. Kitchen leads to
Dining area and seating area
Sitting room
Outside utility area with washing machine and dryer

Outside Loggia ideal for breakfast

Amenities

Swimming pool
Shower room between pool area and dining area
Central cobbled courtyard
Outside dining table for 8
Stainless steel BBQ built in
Teak chairs and sun loungers
Second dining area for 8 under pergola covered in wisteria
Third dining area for 8 on front terrace
Loggia with shaded table and chairs
Hydro massage bath
Air conditioning
Central heating
Flat screen TV
Satellite TV
DVD player
Music system with Bose speakers piped through ground floor
Juicer
Steam oven
Dryer
Washing machine

Domestic Services

Cleaner
Pool guy

A cook can be arranged – payable locally

Location

Deia is a spectacularly beautiful village which sits atop a hill in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains
Deia beach is a 10 minute drive
Port of Soller is 10km away, and has restaurants, beaches and a lively night life
Valdemossa is 15 minutes away by car

Transport

Fly to Palma Mallorca from all London airports and most UK regional airports. Deia is a 40 minute drive.

Car Hire recommended but not essential as you can walk into the village.

Local Information

The locals who built the village (long before the days of town planning) just got it so right. They were limited to the local materials they could find so all the houses are built in the same coloured stone as the mountain range which serves as the dramatic back drop.
Heading down the dusty track through the olive groves you find yourselves in the ‘cala’ of Deia, a glorious cove where the few remaining local fishermen still go out at dawn to cast their nets.

Home to many writers and artists over the years, Deia is still a hunting ground for collectors with wonderful exhibitions lasting year round.
You will not want for something to do (day or night) in this seemingly sleepy village. Just spend a few hours here and you will see that it is a vibrant, working local village full of artists, writers and musicians. There is a lot of walking in and around the Deia area. Many walks actually start in the beautiful village itself.

The restaurants in the immediate area are among the best on the island (indeed visitors to Mallorca ensure that a visit to Deia is top of their list).
Restaurants include Sebastians, Jaimes, Dorada and the Internationally renowned, El Olivo which is the 5 star restaurant attached to the Residencia Hotel.
The Hotel has a tennis court where it is possible to rent a time to play, it also has a fabulous spa – good enough to rival any in London.
Year round there are music festivals in Deia and there are endless art exhibitions in the village and at the Residencia.

Our View

We love this house, it is a beautiful, traditionally-built stone townhouse with four bedrooms and boasts wonderful views over Deia, the sea and the glorious mountains that the area is so famous for. It is small but perfectly formed.

The living areas inside the house are super comfy – it’s the little details that make this house so special: a steam oven in the kitchen for serious cooks, three different places to sit in the garden for the serious sun-lover as well as lovely exposed beams throughout.

The views from the upstairs bedrooms are breath taking (such a cliche but we both experienced a sharp intake of breath when we looked out). The garden is small but the owners have used the space brilliantly – not compromising on comfort, there are so many different places to sit and two big dining tables.

This house is also only a 5 minute drive down to the lovely cove Cala Deia which has two great little fish restaurants.

It is great to be able to wander into the village for bread, tapas or a cocktail. The Hotel Residencia is a one minute wander – with one of the island’s best restaurants you wont need to go much further, but if you do there are a host of wonderful eateries in Deia. Foodies travel here from all over the island.

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