In this haven of greenery and calm, the first thing you notice as you walk into the estate is the song of the birds that echoes in nature's silence. Located in an old country house, the main building overlooks small green hills that separate the shore from the inland. Slightly lower down (20-30m at the most), you'll arrive at the entirely renovated former stables, where the accommodation units are located.
Everything in the Morvedra Nou is an ode to tranquillity, from the light-coloured and carefully executed stonework to the magnificent garden that mixes rough Mediterranean wilderness and green English-style lawns: it's a true invitation to relax and enjoy unending siestas by the pool (which is of average size, but big enough for the 30 or so guests the hotel can accommodate).
The Morvedra Nou is a family-run establishment that opens from April till October. This former farm has been transformed into a "rural hotel". The owners are locals and take immense pride in sharing their culture and the gastronomic traditions of the island with their guests. Everything is in the details, as seen both in the cuisine and the ancient wooden gates that lead into the estate.
The welcome is uncommonly friendly and reflects the management's commitment to do everything it can to ensure the happiness of its guests, largely made up of regulars who have been coming back here since the establishment opened in 1998. It's a hotel full of charm, well-known on the island, and is starting to be known overseas: when we stayed there we met a New Zealander who never ran out of nice things to say about it!
We particularly appreciated the details at the Morvedra Nou, from the renovated building to the steel poolside furniture and white sunshades. It makes for a perfect setting, mixing old with modern, and provides perfectly relaxing surroundings. In short, the Morvedra Nou is a perfect gem!