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Cota Selva

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  • Sleeps
    13
  • Beds
    7
  • Baths
    7
  • Pool
    Yes
  • WI-FI
    YES
  • A/C
    YES
  • Ref.
    H4397


Features

  • Private Pool
  • Air Conditioning
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Table Tennis
  • BBQ
  • Walk to Shops / Restaurants

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Description

7 bedrooms, sleeps 13

Can Cota town house was built at the end of the 19th century. Originally it was the family residence of the Sastre Font sis role in promoting the folk culture of Mallorca.

At a Glance

Air conditioning
Satellite TV
Private pool
Dishwasher
Washing machine
Ensuites
BBQ
Central heating
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Description

Can Cota was built at the end of the 19th century. Originally it was the family residence of the Sastre Font sisters, who were known as the “Cotas”.  These women played an important role in promoting the folk culture of Mallorca.They founded the folk dance group “Aires de Muntanya”, one of the most emblematic cultural symbols of Selva.

The house was acquired in 1997 by the architect Andreu Munar, who renovated it extensively but kept the original layout of the building.

Its large rooms were maintained, so too the traditional Mallorcan covered terrace on the ground floor, along with the garden originally built on “marges” (stepped terraces).

The commanding location of Can Cota  in the upper part of Selva allows all the rooms to face south and have spectacular views over the island of Mallorca and the Bay of Alcudia.

More recent refurbishments have adapted the hotel to modern times. It has a swimming pool, wine cellar and indoor squash court. The architect’s family still owns and runs the hotel today, sharing the charm of this great house and its surroundings.

Can Cota offers comfort and modernity whilst preserving its history.

Can Cota  has six double rooms and one single room, all of which are spacious and bright. Most of them have access to an outside terrace and shared areas such as lounges, a large dining room, gardens, covered terraces, swimming pool and indoor squash court. The rooms all face south and have spectacular views over the island of Mallorca.

The architecture, decoration and furniture contain references to the history of the house, combined with more modern and avant-garde elements.

Each of the rooms has been given a traditional Mallorcan woman’s name in honour of the Cota sisters, the original owners of the house. We hope this small tribute to them will help to promote and keep alive the cultural heritage they bequeathed to the village.

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