As its name suggests, this is a modest, small hotel, but it has much charm and offers everything you could expect at the price, which is fair, to say nothing of its superb setting. Every room has its own fireplace. Some of the beds are four-posters, with homely linen bedspreads. Local period furniture is generally of oak or stained pine.
The dreamy terrace is a high spot, and so is the Mallorcan food, offered on the daily-changing menu. You will probably be offered the local cabbage soup served with unsalted bread; home-made sausages; or fish simply grilled on an an open fire in the garden. There’s an interesting local wine list, and the hotel also has its own winery, where they produce wine with the Malvasia grape, typical of the area.
Estellencs claims to offer views of the most beautiful sunsets on Mallorca, and its winding hillside streets make for picturesque strolls.
The impressive church tower was once a watchtower that protected the village from pirates. There are a couple of charming restaurants that compare very well with those in Andratx or Banyulbufar.