The amount of the deposit is refundable.
|Pool||8.05 x 3.95|
The landlord does only accept families and couples older than 30 years old, with or without children. Parties are not allowed.
"Sa Nina" Is a Holiday Villa fully equipped for upto 6 people. A fantastic property with private grounds and impressive vistas of the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountain range.
An attractive interior Mallorquin style decorated with mucho gusto!
Spread over two floors and distributed as follows:
Spacious Lounge Diner with 2 comfy sofas with access to the outside terrace porch. Fully equipped kitchen with everything you need for your holiday.
The Villa has:
- Bedroom 1: Double Bed 180x200 with en suite
- Bedroom 2: 2 singles 90x190
- Bedroom 3: 2 singles 90x190
The southfacing property has extensive exterior areas fro private use and a pool measuring 8x4x1.05/1.75 with sunbeds and garden furniture. There is a porch prepared with BBQ and al fresco dining, shady areas whenever needed.
For your entertainment the property has free WIFI.
You can also enjoy aircon throughout, ventilators,electric radiators and a wood fire when needed.
The Villa is set between Bunyola and Santa Maria del Cami (6 km). A car is recommended for this area and also in order to enjoy the rest of the island; we recommend visiting Soller, Deia y Valldemosa only 20, 25 km and 27km respectively.
Villaonline highly recommends this property.
ETV/4923 SA NINA
Official check in time is 17:00 and check out time is 11:00.
€ 40 surcharge for arrivals after 21:00.
€ 50 surcharge for arrivals after 00.00 hrs at night and on request.
A deposit is required to secure booking. Refundable security deposit is required.
The price includes all running costs, bed linen, towels and final cleaning.
Heating costs are not included in the price and will be charged, being 20€ /night.
'NO SERVICES ARE PROVIDED'.
The landlord does only accept families and couples older than 30 years old (with or without children).
In case you have a HOTMAIL account and after 12 hours you do not have received any answer, please check your SPAM-file.
Once confirmed the booking, a written confirmation will be sent to the guest, requested to be signed accepting the house rules.
The “ECOTASA” (balearic tourist tax) has to be paid in CASH on check in day. Further information about that amount can be find in the following link: http://villaonline.es/faq
It is UTMOST IMPORTANT to fill up the guest information. According to Organic Law 4/2015, it is obliged to identify all travelers and to draw up a Traveler Record Book.
Bunyola is a small Majorcan town located 21km north of the capital Palma. Nestled in the spurs of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain rage, Bunyola is one of the few Majorcan settlements that has remained largely untouched by tourism. The holiday rental accommodation in Bunyola is sophisticated, upmarket and will provide visitors with a traditional Spanish base from which to explore this magnificent island. Things to do in Bunyola, Spain Bunyola is essentially a small, traditional inland town that does not see as much in the way of tourism as a lot of the coastal resorts do, and will not be found in a great number of tour brochures. It does, however, offer visitors the opportunity to sample a different side of Majorca – one of local customs, Spanish dialects (rather than those of holidaymaking Brit’s) and traditional cuisine. Around town you will find a small number of bakeries, bars, small shops and other traditional businesses, rather than the pubs, nightclubs and supermarkets found elsewhere on the island. Bunyola has retained its traditional Spanish weekly market, and the town square is the place to head on a Saturday morning to pick up your fresh fruit and vegetables. The market trails off in the early afternoon, and if you don’t fancy a siesta you can head for a hike in the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains or jump in the hire car for a day of exploring. The use of a hire car is a near necessity here, as public transport is somewhat limited and the town is slightly removed from major tourist attractions of the island. Places to visit on holiday in Bunyola, Spain Also within the municipality of Bunyola is Orient, a small village with a couple of decent restaurants. Further afield, Soller (10km) is home to some fine examples of 13th Century architecture and a small but perfectly formed beach, whilst no trip to Majorca is complete without a visit to the capital Palma (21km), where you can enjoy all of the hedonistic pleasures that are not found in Bunyola. Weather in Bunyola, Spain Summers are long and hot in Bunyola, with an average temperature of 28C from the period between June and September. Temperatures of 35C are not uncommon on the hottest of summer days, so make sure you take plenty of sunscreen. Even the winters can be pleasantly warm and can be an equally enjoyable time to visit. Flights to Bunyola, Spain Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) is 27km from Bunyola, to the east of the capital. Previously known as Son Sant Joan Airport, the destination receives a huge number of flights from the UK every summer, including regular services from easyJet, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airline and Thomson Airways. One of the busiest routes is from London Gatwick through British Airways, which runs throughout the summer, ceasing in late October.