UN­DER A SPAN­ISH SUN

Son Bun­y­ola Es­tate is the def­i­ni­tion of idyl­lic.

Robb Report Singapore - - Grand Openings - By SAM YEN

Ac­quired by Sir Richard Bran­son, Son Bun­y­ola Es­tate in Mal­lorca has been trans­formed into a pair of stun­ning hol­i­day vil­las. The two farm­land vil­las – Sa Punta De S’Aguila and Sa Terra Rotja – date back to the 1800s.

Sa Punta de S’Aguila, or Ea­gle’s Point in the lo­cal Mal­lorqui lan­guage, is a five-bed­room villa built in the tra­di­tional Mal­lor­can style, with ex­posed beam ceil­ings and ter­ra­cotta-tiled floors. Sa Terra Rotja, or Red Earth, is slightly smaller; a villa of four bed­rooms, just a short walk away from a beau­ti­ful pebble beach. Both vil­las in­clude heated swim­ming pools and plenty of space to bask in the bril­liant Balearic sun.

Sa Punta de S’Aguila is rented out from €21,825 (S$33,346) and Sa Terra Rotja from €17,460 for a seven-night stay, in­clud­ing all meals and drinks, as well as a reser­va­tion at a lo­cal restau­rant for one of the evenings.

A concierge will also be on hand to at­tend to re­quests.

Son Bun­y­ola Es­tate www.vir­gin­lim­it­ededi­tion.com

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