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The pretty townhouse hotel of Son Sant Jordi is set on a charming square in the ancient town of Pollenca. Sharing the tiny square with only a few houses and an ancient church, the hotel enjoys an enviably quiet yet central location.
Its spacious, light filled café-restaurant is a popular place for chic locals to take their morning coffee, and with tables spilling out onto the cobble stones, it’s a perfect place to take a leisurely breakfast. If guests prefer somewhere more private, the breakfast room is a refined spot with white linen topped tables, wicker chairs and a generous buffet of local goodies. To ensure guests are well served, eggs and bacon can be rustled up, or a pot of tea can be delivered to the bedroom door prior to breakfast.
Son Sant Jordi is a relaxed, friendly place and aside from the gentle bustle of the café, the rest of the townhouse remains a tranquil retreat. The hotel has a peaceful, elegant rustic atmosphere, with dappled pale blue pillars breaking up the calming, neutral stone and fabric shades.
At the back of the house is a secluded, tree lined garden with lawns and pretty flower beds. There are plenty of loungers on which to soak up the sun and an inviting swimming pool takes centre stage. There’s even a shaded barbeque terrace for those fancying a bit of al fresco cooking! Upstairs the eight individual pale shaded bedrooms are a mix of romantic drapes, antique furniture and homely comforts. Rooms look out onto the pretty garden or the tiny square and the narrow streets beyond.
Son Sant Jordi is ideally located just a stroll away from Pollenca’s café lined main square and shops. It’s a rather cosmopolitan place with art galleries, various restaurants and bars. The ancient town also offers some historical sites with the 365 stone steps to Calvari to climb!
Just 5 kilometres away is the horseshoe bay of Pollenca with its golden sands, shallow waters and watersports. Kite surfing to jet skiing are on offer, or for those wanting to explore by boat, there are excursions and private charters to hire.