Sleeps 4 up to 10. 4 bedroom country house in Ciutadella. Large swimming pool (12x6m), and several surrounding terraces, BBQ. Beautiful sheltered gardens. Easy bike ride to beaches.
4 Bedrooms holiday villa rental in Ciutadella
4 Bedrooms holiday villa rental in Ciutadella
2 double beds
6 single beds
Pets not allowed
Kitchen with ceramic cooker, fan assisted oven, toaster, juice press including unlimited supply of oranges (in season) dishwasher fridge, freezer and microwave
Airport (Menorca) - 40 kilometers
Beach - 2 kilometers
Golf - 35 kilometers
Shops - 3 kilometers
Small shops, restaurants, pubs, nightclub, café, internet café, theatre, cinema, water park, amusement park, harbour, museum, church, market, concerts
Cycling, diving, fishing, golf, horse riding, hiking, sailing, swimming, tennis, walking, water skiing, wind surfing
Ramon's house has beautiful gardens which are ideal for children to play & explore. The swimming pool is a generous size & there's plenty of outdoor space & seating for relaxing. The house is very well designed for sharing. We really enjoyed being in the countryside yet within easy reach by car of beaches & facilities. The town of Cuitadella is nearby & is a lovely place to visit. We had a great time & would highly recommend the villa
We stayed at this villa for a week in June 2019. 6 adults and 4 children aged 1 to 16 and had a fabulous time. A lovely well looked after villa away from main holiday hustle and bustle. Ideal for children with fenced off pool and lovely garden with loads of orange trees. We had freshly squeezed juice every day. Excellent service from both the owner Ramon and also the caretakers Robin and Nicole who met us at the villa when we arrived to show us around. Villa is well equipped with everything you need. A car is essential although it’s only about 15 minutes into Ciutadella which is a lovely place to visit. Plenty of restaurants and bars. Binebequer is also well worth a visit despite being at the other end of the island. It’s a throwback to how Menorca used to be with lovely whitewashed houses. All in all a lovely time.
Torre Villa is idyllic. Myself and family stayed there in June 2018 and had a superb holiday. It is secluded, for perfect peace and quiet, but not isolated. A car is very useful, but the Villa is only a pleasant 10 minute country walk to the main road - the ME24 - where you can catch a bus to numerous locations including Cala'n Bosch and Ciutadella. Cala'n Bosch has a lovely harbour surrounded by quality Restaurants, beach, waterpark and numerous attractions including a lighthouse. We enjoyed both breakfast and evening meal in several cafes around the Harbour. Our two sons also really enjoyed numerous accompanied rides out on the Jetskis which can be hired in Cala'n Bosch Harbour. We also enjoyed some beach time and lovely evening meals in Cala Blanca, which is only about 2 Kilometers from Torre Villa. Ciutadella is the old Capital and has loads of shops and restaurants. It is steeped in history with a museum, and also has a beautiful harbour. Just watch the parking near the harbour - I picked up a £60 parking fine there ( no English warning signs ). We have stayed in numerous Villas, but Torre Villa is by far the best we have ever stayed in. It has everything needed for a perfect stay. The bedrooms are all ensuite with lovely decor and extremely comfortable. The lounge is very large with numerous comfy seats and a large satellite colour television. Wi-Fi is also available. The kitchen is large and fully equiped. Outside the pool is very big, cool and inviting, with lovely views from the terrace, and the grounds are massive with orange and lemon groves. There are many birds including a family of owls, which at night can be seen flying in and out of a large illuminated tree near the terrace. There are also many small bats flying around at night, and we spotted a couple of tortoises in the heat of the day. In addition there are horses and ponies in the fields adjoining the Villa grounds, which we really enjoyed as we have ponies ourselves. In addition the owner, Ramon, is a lovely gentleman who is really happy to help in any way he can to ensure you have the perfect holiday. He speaks several languages and is always quickly approachable by email, text or telephone. He always responds quickly and really does go out of his way to help. He helped us enormously, for which we are most grateful. Altogether a beautiful villa in a perfect, relaxing, peaceful location. We will definitely be returning in 2019.
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Stayed here in June/July 2014. The house is perfectly functional with most of it being a sweeping open plan. Upstairs in the main house are 2 bedrooms with an adjoining bathroom. 2 further bedrooms can be accessed from the outside and each have their own en suite. These wouldn't be suitable for young children due to access. The owner is very pleasant and is accessible on the phone, text or email. He and his family use the house themselves at times (not when there are guests obviously) and if I owned such a holiday house I would too! It doesn't overlook the sea so the price doesn't include the huge uplift that such properties attract. But the view is nevertheless charming because of the very large garden with huge trees, grass, stepped terraces and orchard. The trees are lit at night and the effect is delightful. The pool is large, not one of these small jobs some properties squeeze in just to fulfill the requirement to have a pool. The only thing I would say is that during the 2 weeks we were there the pool guy only came once. However, as there were only 3 of us staying in the house there was no real need for extensive cleaning. The doors from the living kitchen/eating areas open out fully and do make the whole house flow out onto the patio. It really is very pleasant. The area is fine. No shops within walking distance but plenty only a short drive away. The beaches are holiday heaven, long gentle slopes of sand mean you can walk out for a significant distance before going out of your depth. One tip, check the wind direction from a website each day. Go to a part of the island where the wind is not blowing inland as there is a problem with jellyfish and even though the island is small enough to drive around quite quickly it is a bit of a pain when you get to a beach and find that you can't swim because the place is infested. The town nearby is fantastic at night. Pedestrianised centre with stalls and restaurants; narrow cobbled streets wind around traditional architecture. It was the first time my son (4) stayed up late and he coped brilliantly eating late and running around. There is a large square with a children's playground where the kids play until late and the parents can watch them from the comfort of a street bar with a beer! I have stayed in many villas and this is one I would like to visit again. The only downside to this villa is that there are no necessities etc. There was a nice welcome pack with bread ham cheese and wine, but no salt! So make sure you stop off somewhere if you are arriving late to get milk tea coffee etc.