Typical early XIX century rural house, 300 m2, located in the Southeastern end of the island, 3 km from Alaior and 5 km from the beach. The main building has two stories with the capacity to sleep 12 people.
The ground floor, surface 220m2, is composed of:
A large hall and entry.
Four double bedrooms, with en-suite bathrooms.
Comfortable and fully equipped kitchen.
Living room with fireplace, bar, desk, television and vintage piano in perfect order.
The first floor, surface 80m2, is composed of:
Two double bedrooms.
A hall area ideal for reading, listening to music, and which also contains a computer with internet access (including webcam) and WIFI.
The outside area, with patios, contains:
A 60m2 swimming pool (includes child protection barrier), with outside shower and wc.
Different gardens areas, with tables and reading benches available.
A barbeque space.
Play space for children.
An 1.5 miles-long footpath rounds the property.
Besides the beautiful scenery in the countryside composed of various Mediterranean trees, grasses, typical Minorcan dry wall, the visitor can contemplate several pets, including sheep, ponies, donkeys, peacocks, chickens and turtles.
From the main building, the greatest prehistoric set of the Balearic Island, called Torre d'en Gaumés, is 2 miles far only. It can be reached both by car from the main road from Alaior to Son Bou beach or by walk along a road, trail leaving the farm to the right..
PADDLE COURT: Customers can use for free the new paddle court. You can see the photos on this website.
Be welcome to this typical menorquinian rural house called "ES LLOGARET" surrounded by more than 30 ha of biological agriculture land. The whole installations and facilities are moderns and adapted to the twenty-one century needs but integrated in a building from the nineteen century with furniture and typical decoration of that time. All this in a atmosphere of tranquility, pure air, beautiful views, in completely contact with the nature.
The rural house is fully All of this framed by the natural surroundings of the island of Minorca which since 1993 has enjoyed its status as a Biosphere Reserve.