Maximum: 8 adults plus 1 child/children
Villa Sari is a lovely, family villa set into the hillside, overlooking pine trees and close to the beach in Vale do Lobo.
Inside, the property is stylish and comfortable with a cosy living room, seperate TV room, a fully equipped kitchen and modern bathrooms. Sliding doors lead from the living room to a balcony with a staircase down to the terraced garden and gated pool area which provides a little extra reassurance with little ones.
Outside is delightful with a pretty garden and a good sized pool which can be heated upon request.
This is a great choice for families wanting to be close to this vibrant part of the Algarve where there are stunning beaches, great restaurants and an abundance of activities including various golf courses within easy reach.
Rental License AL:14997
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Ground Floor: Living room with stairs up to private storage room (not for client's use). Dining Area. TV room. Twin bedroom (can be made up as double upon request) with en-suite bathroom and separate shower.
Lower Level: Twin bedroom with interconnecting single bed (suitable for a child), en-suite bathroom with separate shower and access to terrace and pool area. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room and access to terrace and pool area. Twin bedroom with access to terrace and pool area. Bathroom.
Things we love
"The Praca in Vale do Lobo is a fabulous place to eat, drink, socialise and enjoy the views. You will find restaurants, bars, cafes and entertainment and there is a real buzz in the summer months. Vale do Lobo resort is perfect for golf enthusiasts but there really is something for everyone so ideal for families and groups of friends wanting to be close to amenities and fabulous beaches."
Things to be aware of
"The restaurants in these resorts can also be a little bit pricey and the menus are often international, so it is worth driving inland for more authentic, traditional and reasonably priced choices."