Portugal


Casa Silver, Silves, Algarve

Property ref: PA905


This lovely, modern villa with a private pool is in a peaceful, country location just 6kms from the historic town of Silves. The sunsets from the terrace have to be seen to be believed and there are fantastic views of the valley and the lush orange trees. Silves is at the end of the valley and has some fabulous restaurants, one of our favourites is Rui’s which has been established for many years and serves the most amazing locally caught shellfish. Also, the Café Ingles in the battlements of the castle has live entertainment and amazing white sangria!  

The villa is in two buildings and was completed in 2016. It is beautifully furnished in a minimalistic style with large windows, high ceilings and open, connecting spaces. The sitting room is spacious and elegant, there is a lovely, deco style dining area which comfortably seats ten and a fully equipped kitchen.

The terrace is lovely with a comfortable lounge corner, an outdoor kitchen, dining area and swimming pool with pool heating.

Tourist licence number: 43809/AL


Accommodation

Open-plan livin/dining room/kitchen. 3 bedrooms each with king size bed & bathroom en-suite. 2 twin bedrooms each with bathroom en-suite.


Features

  • Wifi
  • TV in all rooms
  • DVD player
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Hairdryers
  • Air conditioning
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pool towels
  • Heatable swimming pool
  • Barbeque

Distances

  • Silves 6kms
  • Restaurants 6kms
  • Bars 6kms
  • Supermarket 6.5kms
  • Amendoeira Golf 8kms
  • Beach 16kms
  • Carvoeiro 18kms
  • Faro Airport 58kms

Prices

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Prices are in £'s sterling per week. If your holiday dates cross two seasons please ask us for a quote.

Additional Costs & Information

  • 1 week minimum booking
  • Price will be confirmed upon booking
  • Price may be subject to a currency surcharge
  • 30% deposit required at time of booking.  Balance due 8 weeks before departure.
  • 2020 Prices now available

Refundable security deposit

Any taxi prices shown are for 1 way journeys


Availability

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Silves, Algarve

Originally the Moorish capital, Silves is now a thriving community with a bustling riverside complete with pavement cafés, cobbled walkways and cycle paths along the river. The vegetable and fish market is best on Saturday morning, spilling onto the narrow shopping streets, where an old fashioned hardware store and haberdashery sit alongside souvenir shops and bakeries selling delicious cakes. Silves is home to Rui's, one of the Algarve's longest established restaurants which serves excellent fish and seafood.The sandstone castle stands high above the town and has stunning views over the surrounding countryside and the River Arade. The cosmopolitan Café Inglês is next door to the castle and has an interesting menu and live music on Saturdays and Sundays (advance booking is usually required).

Despite its proximity to the coast, Paderne is very much a traditional village. Local produce is traded in the markets here and in nearby Algoz and Messines. There...

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are several restaurants at prices a good deal lower than on the coast; the black pig at Moiras Encantadas is a particular favourite and for wine lovers, the owner of Veneza has one of the most extensive lists we have ever come across along with a menu offering the best of Algarvean cuisine. Paderne is a thriving village and has a chemist, bank, post office, one or two small shops (which might stretch to be called mini-markets) and a very good fruit shop. It is worth remembering that in rural areas it is often possible to hear dogs, donkeys and other four legged friends!

Pros
This is wonderful walking country, largely unaffected by tourism and a great example of the 'real' Algarve , with good, inexpensive restaurants.
Cons
You may hear occasional traffic noise from some of the properties and once again, most country people keep dogs.





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The arrival day for this villa is Flexible and the arrival time is 4pm
Checkout time is 10am

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