Sa Pedrissa

Location Deia

Postcode 07179

Telephone 34 971 639 111

€€

Why we love it...

Stunning views over Mallorca’s rugged west coast

The Place

The former manor house, situated on a hill, offers a bewitching view over the wild, craggy western coast of Mallorca. Opposite lies Deia, still described as an artists’ town today, even though the bon vivants and artists have had to retreat to the island’s interior because of spiralling housing costs. But peace still returns each evening to this much-frequented tourist town, with its picturesque alleys, and the magical church of John the Baptist, in whose churchyard novelist Robert Graves is buried. If you visit, be sure to make your way down to Cala Deia, its romantic little bay.
The history of the Pedrissa, once the property of Archbishop Ludwig Salvator of Austria, stretches back to the early 16th century. It has been lovingly restored with an eye to detail. Rooms have comfortable four-poster beds with turned mahogany posts, trousseau chests, stately cupboards with antique metal fittings – in other words, all the trappings of bourgeois wealth. Bathrooms have charming handmade tiles and some are painted with floral friezes.
The ancient olive press has been converted into a restaurant; menus major on regional specialities made with home-grown produce. An ample breakfast is served under shady pine trees.

The Essentials

Price Band €€
Rooms 9; 5 doubles, 1 single, 3 suites, all with bath, central heating, air conditioning, telephone, hairdryer, satellite TV, miniba
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner
Facilities swimming pool, gardens, restaurant
Children welcome only in July
Disabled no special facilities
Pets not accepted

To Book

Contact Sebastian Artigues
Call 34 971 639 111
Email info@sapedrissa.com
Website www.sapedrissa.com

Good To Know

Address Carretera Valldemosa-Dei, Deia 07179
Payment

The Location

Find this place: 2 km before the entrance to the village on the left-hand side, signposted

What's nearby: Valldemosa (15 km); Sóller (15 km)