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- free wifi, Beachside, restaurant
- Hotel Type: Romantic, Boutique, Quiet, Small, Country house
- Hotel size (number of rooms): 7
- Check-in: 14:00 - 20:00 | Check-out: 11:30 - 12:00
- Spoken languages in the hotel: Catalan, Spanish, English
wireless LAN in lobby
wireless LAN in rooms
in all rooms
entire hotel incl. lobby
free parking spaces
breakfast served on terrace, sea views, old town views
Balearic Islands, Spain
hotel on cliff 300 m
near the beach 300 m
beach use free of charge
35 km (Son San Joan -Palma International Airport)
10 km (Esporlas)
25 km (Palma)
15 km (Son Termes)
This splendid, family run country house hotel lies on the west coast of Majorca, nestled in the La Tramuntana mountain range, in the small, quiet village Banyabulfar that boasts a population of only 525. With its familial atmosphere the bed & breakfast hotel Son Borguny is the ideal refuge any time of the year. Enjoy a Majorca vacation in proximity to both the mountains and the ocean, as well as the island’s unspoilt flora and fauna.
The Son Borguny is located in a historic 15th century country house, which has recently been renovated and turned into a stunning, fantastically decorated bed & breakfast hotel. Step out the door into the labyrinth of picturesque alleys through the charming, historic village of Banyabulfar.
The proprietor of the romantic hotel in Majorca takes special care of all of her guests. From the moment her warm smile greets you, Penny’s care is evident everywhere. Ask her to cook you up your favorite meal or, better yet, let her decide. The mussels are truly the best Majorca has to offer, breakfast is served either in the pillar room or on the quaint terrace.
The small, romantic hotel has only eight bedrooms, each one decorated individually with great care and artistic furnishings. Both the "El Sol" and the "La Luna" rooms have two floors and are outfitted with a large bathroom on the ground floor, complete with a jacuzzi, shower, and bidet. The stairs lead to a roomy bedroom with a view of the terracotta roofs opening out onto the Mediterranean Sea. Gorgeous!