A group of 18 can have the holiday of a lifetime in La Inika, a professionally designed 17th-century finca in Ibiza‘s wild north. Interior designer Ted Milano has appointed the Studio C building with statement lighting, raw materials and lots of plush seating, creating charming, sumptuous vignettes while maintaining a bohemian vibe. The house is well equipped for 24-hour living, though the restaurants of San Lorenzo village are a few minutes down the road and stunning beaches backed by pine forest are just beyond.
Whitewashed stucco walls and natural stone floors tie together the communal areas, accented with driftwood elements and unusual locally crafted furniture. The pine dining table seats all 18 guests on mismatched velvet chairs you can sink into.
A cool stone staircase leads upstairs to nine en suite guest rooms, each with its own bespoke headboard and private outdoor space. The premier suite, located in a circular tower, includes its own lounge and a private roof terrace. Two garden suites feature open air showers.
Original art and design is a feature of every space, indoors and out – including the private rooftop deck.
Outdoors, a garden of wildflowers, olive trees and cactus leads to a saltwater pool circled by double loungers. A Moroccan-style outdoor bar and lounge – not to mention a sound-proofed ‘party cave’ – negate the need to leave for the clubs. La Inika rents by the week through Domus Nova, from €50,000.