At a Glance
Set in a renovated farmhouse
Outdoor pool with a garden
Set in an 18th-century estate
Right on the Camí de Cavalls hiking path
Occasional live music events
Outdoor pool & walking trails
Unique stargazing platform
Large garden with hammocks & other seating
Views of farms, vineyards, & the sea
Spa with an outdoor saltwater pool
On-site restaurant & wine cellar
|Some rooms feel outdated
|Not walkable to sites
|Can be busy
|Rooms & Bathrooms
|On-site bar & lounge
|Rooms with private pools
Hotel Rural Binigaus Vell
The brains behind Hotel Rural Binigaus Vell renovated a large farm and horse stables, creating rooms and suites with historical details like tile floors, beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, and antique furnishings. The buildings are whitewashed with terracotta tiled roofs and border charming stone fences that twist through the property. You'll find trails through shrubby forests that lead through the original farmland to the beach in 45 minutes, though the coast at Santo Tomás is just a 10-minute drive.
The hotel offers four types of rooms, and though perfectly comfortable, the standard option feels pretty basic. You might want to upgrade for more space, privacy, and the perk of having your own outdoor area. The suites add seating areas, and the deluxe suite features a private plunge pool and sun loungers.
Embrace the rural setting from the very start by enjoying breakfast outside on the patio or in the dining room, where the on-site restaurant provides dinner service. During the day, relax at the outdoor pool with its sun terrace, in the leafy garden, or in the cozy lounge. There's also a bar, perfect for grabbing a drink and sitting by the pool. The hotel can arrange packed lunches and horseback riding at their stable. Learn more
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Alcaufar Vell sits on an expansive estate with an 18th-century house, centuries-old trees, farmland, and gardens. The hotel grounds provide two trails, one perfect for running or jogging and the other for a stroll to experience the area's natural surroundings. As a fun perk, the kitchen is happy to prepare a picnic for your walk so you can truly enjoy this rural setting. There's also a restaurant serving authentic Menorcan meals and prioritizing seasonal produce and goods from local markets. Have dinner outside in the garden or arrange a private meal anywhere on the estate. You'll also find a cozy bodega with regional wine, vermouth, and other drinks.
The hotel's charming rooms offer historical features to match the property's past, such as wood-beamed ceilings, stone walls, archways, and antique furnishings. Higher-tiered units add sofas, separate bedrooms, dining areas, and private terraces. Though the historical setting is mostly charming, some bathrooms and bed linens could use an update. Learn more
Rural Hotel Morvedra Nou
Rural Hotel Morvedra Nou is an adults-only property that puts you in the middle of Menorca's quiet countryside, surrounded by acres of forest, gardens, grassland, and fruit trees. Rooms are cozy yet rustic, staying true to the rural farmland theme, with many featuring exposed brick or stone. The property is expansive, complete with walking trails and hidden terraces with seating and hammocks, perfect for countryside strolls and quiet time in nature. The garden also has an outdoor pool with sun loungers, umbrellas, and a covered terrace.
For meals, enjoy eating at the on-site restaurant, which provides traditional Menorcan food using as many local products as possible, cooking classes, and al fresco dining. The garden also has a unique stone stargazing platform with outdoor beds, and thanks to minimal light pollution, the Menorcan night sky truly shines. The hotel also hosts occasional yoga and meditation sessions on this platform during the day. Learn more
Hotel Torralbenc welcomes you to a renovated farm and offers a quiet, rural location. Though you'll certainly feel this rustic, pastoral vibe, the property balances it nicely with polished, comfortable, and inviting rooms, plus elegant whitewashed buildings juxtaposed with stone fences and tiling. Enjoy strolling around the property, which features unique amenities like a wine cellar, a historic chapel, and an outdoor saltwater pool.
You can also embrace your location with your meals, as the restaurant offers outdoor seating on a terrace that overlooks the grounds and seaside. There's also a gym, yoga sessions, and spa treatments available. And all rooms feature furnished outdoor spaces, with those on the top floor providing sea views. For an extra perk or two, book one of the private cottages to enjoy direct access to the pool or garden or even your own private pool. Learn more