“Charming rural hotel with restaurant, pretty pool and horse riding, within easy reach of white-sand beaches”
Spread between the original farmhouse and 2 former stable blocks, a sense of tradition and comfort permeates the rooms and suites. The 1st-floor Standard Rooms reside entirely in the farmhouse, where floral throws and carved wooden headboards create a sense of home. Some are well placed for sea views, while 2 are tucked away via a quiet corridor, which can be closed to other guests if they’re booked together. Handily, every room has a bathtub and shower.
The larger stable block holds the Junior Suites, with space for families and charming private terraces gazing over manicured gardens towards open fields.
Superior Rooms are divided amongst all 3 buildings and all have cute (if not particularly private) terraces. Those in the farmhouse will suit traditional tastes, one in the larger stable block offers extra space and disabled access, while those in the smaller block have a sleeker, more modern look and extra privacy - this building is hidden in a quiet corner of the estate.
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Supplemented by a pretty herb garden, the restaurant serves classic yet creative fare featuring authentic Menorcan produce. The traditional Mahon cheese that the farm once produced is still sourced locally and present in many dishes.
A cosy dining room spills out onto a sun-dappled terrace: definitely our location of choice for a lazy breakfast or candlelit dinner. There’s little more than birdsong and rustling trees to break the peace and, though we didn’t dine here, dishes like chicken and truffle cannelloni and Iberian pork shoulder sounded very appealing.
Picnics of cured meats, bread and fruit can be requested for days out and there are a few informal eateries at Santo Tomas beach (2km cross-country walk or 15-minute drive). You could also walk 15 minutes to Es Migjorn Gran village for lunch, although the quiet track might be better attempted in a car if you fancy an evening out. Menorca is great for seafood and tapas - ask the team for recommendations or see our destination guide.
All ages welcome and kids can let off steam in the secure, landscaped grounds. Though unfenced, the pool is within easy view of most of the property.
Babies (0-1 years), Children (4-12 years)
All rooms can hold a baby cot and Junior Suites have lounge areas with double sofabeds. Two Standard Rooms (doubles or twins) can be booked together, with their private corridor shut off to other guests. All rooms have a bathtub and shower.
Available on request
Baby cots and high chairs
Remember baby and child equipment may be limited or need pre-booking
Cala Binigaus lacks facilities and is popular with nudists; Santo Tomas and San Adeodato have beach bars, umbrellas and loungers. Horse riding is suitable for children aged 12+ only.