Up until a few years ago, this XVIII century stone farmhouse lay in ruins. Then a local architect brought it back to life, converting it into one of Mallorca's most beautiful country hotels. When you first see the building, you are struck by the luminosity of the pale stone facade, framed by green lawns, olive trees and blue skies. The interior is also a celebration of light and form. Minimalist, nothing in excess, just carefully selected furnishings and flowers, paintings and sculptures, that seem to create a backdrop for the structure of the building. Volumunous bed chambers open onto views of the sea. It's very quiet, sometimes silent. Occasionally you'll hear a goat's bell jingling in the fields.
immagini via wreckorated.blog