This stunning villa is in a peaceful location with spectacular country views. The villa was designed by a Dutch architect and is both spacious and luxurious. The open-plan living/dining room has a comfortable seating area and a dining table with ten chairs. The kitchen is well equipped with a breakfast bar and separate wine fridge. From here doors lead to the terrace and a further door leads to the TV room which has an enormous sofa and a large flat screen TV with games consoles. There is a cinema room with a large collection of DVDs and a games room with a football table, tennis table and game computers.
The garden is a delight, in addition to the swimming pool there is a pool house and a large Jacuzzi for up to twelve people
There is a spacious covered terrace, equipped with two teak garden tables and sixteen chairs. There is also a terrace with lounge furniture and fireplace. There is a lawn around the villa, with palm trees and fruit trees and parking for several cars.
NOTE: No young groups or single gender groups allowed.
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Open-plan living/dining room/kitchen. 3 double bedrooms each with bathroom en-suite with bath & shower (1 with access to terrace overlooking pool). 1 twin bedroom. 1 bathroom with bath & shower. 1 bedroom with 1 single bed, bunk beds & cot. 1 bedroom with 2 bunk beds NB these 2 bedrooms share 1 bathroom & both have access to terrace.
Basement with cinema room equipped with comfortable chairs, & large collection of DVDs. Games room with tennis table and football table.
Pool house with bathroom, outside kitchen & barbeque.
Minimum stay 1 week.
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Prices are in £s sterling per week, per villa. If your holiday dates cross two seasons please ask us for a quote.
*Prices in Euros are approximate only and are only intended to provide an indication of the Euro price.
Ferragudo is smaller and more traditional than it’s neighbour, Portimão which is located across the river estuary of the Rio Arade. The main cobbled square, Praça Rainha Dona Leonor has lots of café’s serving delicious pastries and a variety of different types of coffee. Just around the corner is the quayside with lots of fish restaurants of varying prices serving the freshest of fish, barbequed in front of your eyes. At one end of the village is the impressive Fort of São João de Arade. It began life in the 15th century as a lookout tower and then was extended in 17th/18th century as part of the fortifications protecting the mouth of the river. (On the opposite bank above Portimão marina is the fort of Santa Catarina.). At the beginning of the 20th century it was converted into a private home by the poet, Coelho Carvalho which is how it came by it's present, rather romantic, appearance.
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TV with English channels - varies between the UK terrestrial channels and in some cases may be a full viewing package.
TV with limited English channels - free to view programmes which may be limited to news & sport.
TV with national channels - Portuguese speaking television.
We cannot guarantee which channels or networks will be available at individual villas.
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