This 13th century manor house is located in the midst of an orange grove in the north of Mallorca. Its walls were built from the rock of the surrounding area. The careful renovation and conversion into a small hotel combined the materials and stylistic elements of various eras in a stylish yet respectful way. The six gracefully furnished rooms and suites are arranged around a patio, complete with a medieval fountain. In the park-like gardens with wild vines, and fig, lemon and quince trees you will find oases of peace and quiet – and you can cool off in the natural stone pool. But the most beautiful thing is the air filtering through the house in the spring: citrus blossoms, wherever you look, exuding the scent so yearned for during the dark winter months.
What to do
Yoga, massage, hiking, running, cycling, golf
Why we like this house
A beautiful hideaway on Mallorca with a harmonious mix of old and new.
This house is great for
Anyone looking for peace and relaxation. The manor can also be booked in its entirety, for example for weddings or corporate events.
Details of the property
Region/Town: ES – Spain, Balearic Islands, Mallorca, Campanet-Ullaró
Name: Refugio Son Pons
Scenery: Hotel in a 13th century manor house
Number of guests: 6 double rooms
Architecture: Old & new, Listed building - old
Design: Manfred Tumfart, Kaarst (reconstruction)
Published: many (all German)