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Directors Villa
holiday villa in Alaior, Menorca, Spain

Directors Villa WILL MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE

relaxing in the gardens

Historic and romantic rural house on the outskirts of the village of Alaior and very close to the beach.  Internal floor area 240m2, private Mediterranean gardens  set within a plot of 8,500m2. Featuring classically beautiful gardens, an old water storage turned into swimming pool and the fresh interiors offer a warm-cosy feeling, ready to welcome you for your villa holiday!

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Located just outside of the small town of Alaior towards the interior of Menorca, this carefully restored 19th-century manor home was discovered in 2012 by the owners in almost complete disrepair. Designated Grade 1 historic status, the home occupies the site of an ancient stone quarry and was built within its walls.

Situated on over two and a half acres of rural terraced landscape (all of which will be opened in subsequent years when restoration progresses), the owners embarked on a painstaking three-year restoration of both the structure and gardens and the house made its official debut in 2015.

The home’s historic status means that all original exterior and interior details needed to be protected and preserved and the redesign has successfully integrated the ancient details and materials and reinterpreted it as a sophisticated and contemporary residence.

The main living area features the classic beam and stone structural characteristics with graceful arches and a lighter and more expansive layout and large glass doors that open out to the gardens. The fully equipped kitchen has been completely modernized but with a rustic country feel and can serve up to ten in the dining area. With four bedrooms and three baths, the house is spacious and can sleep up to eight.

The restoration of the gardens will continue for years to come with traditional Mediterranean orchards, olive groves and a vegetable garden. The unique swimming pool was converted from an ancient stone water tank and features lovely shaded areas for lounging under the pergolas.

This archeologically important home can now be enjoyed and appreciated for it’s historic beauty and many comforts.

The main living area features the classic beam and stone structural characteristics with graceful arches and a lighter and more expansive layout and large glass doors that open out to the gardens. The fully equipped kitchen has been completely modernized but with a rustic country feel and can serve up to ten in the dining area. With four bedrooms and three baths, the house is spacious and can sleep up to eight.

The restoration of the gardens will continue for years to come with traditional Mediterranean orchards, olive groves and a vegetable garden. The unique swimming pool was converted from an ancient stone water tank and features lovely shaded areas for lounging under the pergolas.

This archeologically important home can now be enjoyed and appreciated for it’s historic beauty and many comforts.A short 15 minute drive from the airport.  A 7 minute walk from the centre of village (with local shops, bars & restaurants).  A short 12-15 minute drive to some of Menorca’s most stunning sandy beaches including Binigaus, San Tomas, and Son Bou. A short 7 minute walk to 3 different children’s playgrounds within the village.

MENORCA’S MELLOW SIDE

Just a five-minute walk to the small interior town of Alaior, which has been happily unspoiled by tourism so far, its central location within the island puts both the northern and southern beaches within close proximity including the idyllic Binigaus and Son Bou each under fifteen minutes by car.

The easternmost Balearic island, Menorca is mellower and quieter than it’s boisterous neighboring islands of Ibiza and Mallorca and features the twin seaside towns of Maó and medina-like Ciutadella.

A UNESCO declared Biosphere Reserve, the 216 km of coastline and forested interiors including the Parc Natural S’Albufera d’es Grau are some of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean.

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Villa Details

property type Historical Property
Check-in Hour 16:00
Check-Out Hour 10:00
8 guests
4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
240 m2

Villa Features

Air Conditioner
Dryer
Essentials
Free Parking On Premises
Garden
Indoor Fireplace
Kitchen
Pool
TV
Washer
Wireless Internet

Villa Location

Alaior, Menorca, Spain

Peculiarities

  • Stunning large gardens
  • Private villa
  • Swimming pool
  • Historical home with character
  • Range of books and guides about Menorca (beaches, attractions, cuisine…)
  • Games basket (volleyball, badminton, beach bats, petanque/boules,  frisbee, fishing nets)

The Villa

  • Comfortable sofa seating
  • Fireplace
  • High speed internet
  • Smart TV (32 inch, wall mounted)
  • DVD player
  • Music system (CD & radio)

Services

  • Fully equipped with housekeeping (includes a light mid-week inside and twice-weekly pool cleaning)
  • Additional cleaning staff on request
  • private chef on request and massage & yoga services on request
  • Games (volleyball, badminton, beach bats, football, petanque/boules and frisbees)
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Price info per week

Low season price
€ 4,700
High season price
€ 9,100
Minimum no of nights
4
Booking starts only on
Saturday

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