Plaza de la Iglesia, 12
Rated 79 / 100 based on 15 customer reviews.
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A meticulously restored 18th century townhouse hotel awaits you in the church square of Binissalem, Mallorca's wine capital. Close to vineyards, this medieval town of mellow streets of golden stone offers spectacular views of the Tramuntana mountain range. Scott's Townhouse Hotel is the epitome of a first-class Mediterranean boutique Bed and Breakfast in an area of the island that is authentically untouristy. The hotel offers an ideal location for a variety of activities, from the blissful relaxation of gentle strolls to seriously arduous and invigorating hikes. Cycling, mountain biking, skike and roller blading are among the other activities nearby. 17 guestrooms and suites, all equipped with fine linens and handmade beds, are decorated with Judy Brabner Scott's decorator's eye for detail, and your hostess invites you to indulge and treat yourself to a luxury holiday at a budget price.
Leave the airport and follow the signs for Palma. Once on the motorway toward Palma, travel approximately two miles and look for signs for the Via de Cintura (Ring Road) on your right. Exit right onto the Via de Cintura and proceed approximately two miles to the large blue motorway sign exiting right marked Inca and Port Alcudia. (Ignore the blue sign for Pont d'Inca -- that's not it). Once on the four lane motorway, follow the road for twelve miles (kilometre 17 to be precise) until you see the motorway exit marked to Consell and Binissalem. Proceed up the exit ramp, though a roundabout, and across the bridge. Bear right -- it's marked -- towards Binissalem at a large roundabout with modern sculptures in the middle. Just 200 yards along the road beyond the roundabout you'll see a small country road forking off to the left into almond groves. Take this left turn and follow the winding little road for about a mile and a half. It will lead you straight on toward the main square of Binissalem. You can see the church steeple from quite far away and you just point yourself toward it. We're at the base of it. Specifically, follow the little road into town and just keep going in the straightest line possible, past a small petrol station on your right, and down a wide street to where the road narrows into three streets that run together. There will be a IX century well on your right. Go straight on ahead into the narrow street for another fifty yards and that will bring you to the church square, where we are. Because of the one way system, you'll need to go all around the square, turning left three times, until you come out into a street with parking places on the left. We're on the right side at Number 12, a house with two balconies with greenery dangling from them and with a discreet brass plaque to the left of the front door.
Facilities @ Scott's Hotel include:
Restaurant Swimming pool Bar / Lounge Air Conditioned Hair Dryer Jacuzzi Bathrobes Shower En suite Private Bathroom Luggage Storage