Casa Panares

Sóller, Mallorca
Self-catering
+353 (0)66 947 5119


A 200 year old typical Mallorcan house with wooden beams, tiled floors, a view-filled garden and a big pool just on the outskirts of Sóller

Bed

4 beds

Bedroom

3 bedrooms

Sleeps

Sleeps 6

The Experience

The position is perfect: from the garden the views of the mountains (Sierra Tramuntana) are gorgeous, especially at sunset. The town is a six-minute walk downhill for a good bakery, wet fish shop and the Sóller Cooperative – one of the oldest in Spain and with excellent supplies. The main square is a bit touristy but if you walk down the side streets you’ll find lovely bars and tapas places that are quieter and more authentic.

There’s plenty of space indoors with two living rooms, one with a wood-burning stove and both with big windows overlooking the garden so even in bad weather you’ll feel part of the lush outdoors; mostly you’ll be based on the terrace with its fabulous views or lazing around the pool which is big enough for proper swimming.

The kitchen opens onto the terrace and you also get a handy extra fridge. Lovely to stock up with local food and eat watching the sun sink below the rocky horizon. It’s peaceful here.

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We think you'll love

  • Admiring the views from house or garden
  • Wandering down to town for tapas and a spot of people-watching
  • Being so close to the sea - just a 10-minute drive
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You should know

  • No children under eight
  • It's just a 5-minute walk to the centre of town, but you'll have an uphill walk back
  • A big hire car doesn't work going up the drive - you need a small one

Essentials

  • Swimming pool
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Barbecue
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Cot available

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Check in
4pm
Check out
10am
Booking restrictions
Minimum stay: 4 nights. 7 nights in high season. Reduced rate for 1-3 guests.
Closed
Rarely.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.

Pricing

Nightly price
from €200
Weekly price
from €1400
Damage deposit
€300
1 House for 6
From €2004 beds3 bedrooms

Reviews

We had a great time in this beautiful, peaceful house. Every little detail inside and outside the house is beautiful. We spent 10 days for home office and relaxing, the wifi worked well and there is enough space for working. Often, we could not decide in what corner of the House or garden to stay. We slept very well Thanks to the peacefulness of the surrounding and the very comfortable bed. The views are amazing, the pool has the perfect size and color, the uncountable lemon trees give the juiciest, best lemon juice we have tasted. We will definitely come back! Thank you David for everything

Katharina, Munich

The views of the Sierra Tratmuntana from the house are stunning. Sitting in the lush garden and watching the sun set on the peaks makes it even more enticing given the sea is just a 10-minute drive away. The traditional house is perfect for a quiet, relaxing holiday, and a short stroll into the beautiful town of Sóller, makes staying here totally stress free.

Carlos, Sawday's Inspector

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Location

The neighbourhood

You're not remote, there are neighbours but not bang next door. However the feel is green and rural and the views make you feel a long way from town. In Sóller itself apart from shops and restaurants the Museum of Modernism is worth a visit and also the church of St Bartolomew. You can take the train to Palma for the day, or trek the sierra, cycle off piste or visit lovely rocky beaches.

Local points of interest from David & Geraldine Hare

  • Take the train to Palma, built in 1912, or simply admire the station, located in a building that dates back to 1605. There's also a permanent exhibition in of Picasso and Miro ceramics at the station.
  • Soller is filled with interesting architecture, from the exuberant Gaudi-inspired church and bank in the square to the fin de siecle mansions of the Soller orange and cloth merchants, and the fincas on the outskirts of the town.
  • From the house, walk up the hill past the cemetery to the Three Crosses monument from where you will get amazing views of the entire town, the valley, the mountains which encircle it, the port, the lighthouse and the Mediterranean beyond.
  • As always, the most interesting places, shops, bars and cafés are just off the beaten track, close to but not in the main square and the main shopping street, the Calle de la Luna. These are worth visiting, but you will be rewarded by going further.
  • Soller and the Tramuntana Valley are worth visiting throughout the year: for walking, hiking and relaxing in the spring and autumn, and for a character-filled sunshine holiday in the summer, and the house is comfortable all year round.
  • Soller is also a great base from which to explore the entire island: the roads are excellent and the very furthest point from Soller is less than two hours away. Palma is a 25 minute drive from the house.

Introducing

David & Geraldine Hare

David and Geraldine have special Sawday’s places in Ireland and Mallorca. Both houses are full of character and warmth with pictures on the walls, books to read and well-equipped kitchens. David’s grandfather built Derryclare as a holiday home in the 1950s so he has clambered, swum or strolled most of the local coastline.