“An imposing and very private seaview villa for up to 14 with a stunning infinity pool and near a sandy beach”
Every bedroom in this grand country villa has its own personality and strengths. Strongest of all is the 1st-floor King Suite, which has a four-poster gazing directly through sash windows to the sea beyond. Like the Sjal Suite and South Suite (also on the 1st floor) it has an ensuite bathroom, but here you get a freestanding tub as well as the walk-in shower, plus there's a dressing room and private west-facing terrace.
The lofty 2nd-floor Queen Suite is the only double room to lack an ensuite, but we're rather fond of its dazzling sea views and not one but 2 private terraces. There’s also a [kids:ES049:kids' room] and shower bathroom on this floor, so no need to traipse downstairs.
The ground-floor Bovera Suite has an ensuite shower room, plus direct access to the grounds: ideal for guests with limited mobility or those who enjoy an early morning dip in the pool.
Also on the ground floor is the open-plan kitchen and dining room, a light and bright orangery, and a cosy lounge for cooler evenings.
The huge kitchen, stylish dining room and ocean-facing terrace are made for lazy group feasts, so we'd recommend hiring a cook (on request for individual meals or the whole stay) and revelling in the house-party vibe. But if you'd prefer to self cater, you'll enjoy cooking here; there's an impressive double oven and hob, a large fridge-freezer, a couple more fridges, and a huge pantry stocked with crockery, cutlery and equipment. Some basic ingredients may be available but nothing is officially provided. There are grocery shops in the village or a shopping service can be arranged.
The isolated position means you’re unlikely to want to eat out regularly in the evenings, but when you do there are a few informal eateries in Es Migjorn Gran (the nearest village), and Hotel Torralbenc’s outstanding restaurant is a 30-minute drive away (book ahead). If you're at Cala Binigaus, you can walk along to Santo Tomas where there are a few beach bars for light lunches and afternoon drinks. If you’re spending the day exploring the island, head north to Fornells, west to Ciuatdella or east to Mao for authentic tapas and fresh seafood lunches.
This palatial pad is perfect for a cluster of families or a multi-generational getaway, with seemingly endless space indoors and out.
Babies (0-1 years), Children (4-12 years)
The top floor holds a kids' room with 2 sets of bunk-beds (4 single beds) and a small selection of toys. There's also a double bedroom and a shower room on this floor, making it a handy space for parents wanting to be close to their children. Three of the 4 other bedrooms (on the ground and first floor) can be made up as doubles or twins.
Available on request.
Up to 2 baby cots are available on request.
Remember baby and child equipment may be limited or need pre-booking
An extensively equipped kitchen and a cook can be arranged on request.
The infinity pool is unfenced; Cala Binigaus is a 20-minute walk away. Outside of peak season, the beach can be popular with nudists (as are many of Menorca's beaches).