The manor mansion, Son Doblons, could be described as a harmonious union between nature, art and architecture. Its construction began in the sixteenth century and was for centuries the residence of the owners of the extensive farmlands and pastures which were integral part of the property.
It has been recently refurbished with an absolute and uncompromising aesthetic and architectural rigor. The mention possesses all modern amenities, yet at the same time, exudes a strong respect for traditional elements of insular architecture and exquisite neo-romantic Italian taste.
Its 2,000 square meters are organized in two levels from which the tower protrudes, offering unobstructed views of the whole island of Mallorca.
On the ground floor a solemn entrance with two arches gives access to salons that connect both winter dining room, summer dining room, kitchen, courtyard with fountain, glazed porch, which serves also as the access to the family chapel, and a suite with bedroom.
On the upper floor are the bedrooms and the library. The library receives a great amount of natural light through a greenhouse, in art-nouveau style, which also provides extensive views over the bay and Cape Formentor. The room is coated with hardwood floors and ceiling and features a central fireplace. These elements provide warmth and comfort to the environment ideally suited for reading and listening to music.
A spacious living room with grand piano, in which private chamber music concerts are performed, gives access to the bedrooms, which have their own living room with fireplace and exit to the exterior through different terraces.
There is a constant communication between the outdoor gardens and the elements of the house. The sea breeze, the sound of water from fountains or the scent of Mediterranean vegetation sneak into the rooms creating a magical atmosphere that characterizes Doblons Son.
The maximum capacity is 16 people, i.e. 8 bedrooms, though additional beds can be provided to reach the capacity of 18 people.