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General

A Beautiful 4 bedroom villa with heated pool and table tennis, close to beach, bars and restaurants.

Villa Daisy is a stunning, newly built villa set in a peaceful location close to many beautiful beaches, variety of bars and restaurants, shops, tennis and golf.

The nearest beach, Praia do Centianes, is just a 15 walk away and within 5 minutes drive there are many more fabulous beaches to choose from. The lighthouse bar and restaurant at Clube Golfemar with its panaromaic sea view and children’s play area is just a 5 minute walk away. A small supermarket at the Rocha Brava resort is within easy walking distance and there are numerous large supermarkets within 5 minutes drive.

The villa has a large open plan lounge area with comfortable beige L-shaped sofas, log burning stove, and a plasma tv (with UK tv channels), DVD/ Blue-ray player, a playstation and a selection of books. Patio doors open out on to the spacious terrace and pool. The main living area is bright and open plan, leading to a dining section with a large table comfortable chairs flowing to the the large fully equipped kitchen with light wood cabinets and black granite work surfaces. This contains an American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave and four ceramic hot plates, toaster, kettle, and filter coffee machine.

On the same level there are two bedrooms. Facing the pool terrace, there is a twin bedroom with fitted wardrobes, with an en-suite shower room, with washbasin and toilet. Adjacent is a double room with king-size bed, fitted wardrobes, ensuite bathroom (with bath), washbasin and toilet.

Upstairs, on the first floor there are a further two bedrooms. To the left, the master bedroom with king size bed, plenty of wardrobe space, and an ensuite shower room, with twin wash basins, toilet and bidet. To the right, we have a twin bedroom, fitted wardrobes, and an en-suite shower room, with washbasin, toilet and bidet. Aside from the first floor hall door, both of these bedrooms have direct access to the roof terrace, boasting a sea view, table, chairs and a couple of sun-loungers.

Outside of the property has a spacious terrace and garden with 10m x 5m swimming pool (heating optional at £180 per week), there is an outside shower, 8 sun loungers, table tennis, football goal and basketball net. On the terrace is a large dining area with charcoal barbecue, dining table, chairs and sofa.

The villa is on a large, private, fully fenced plot, accessed through electric gates. The villa is alarmed and has electric shutter, providing a very safe and secure property. All bedrooms and lounge are air-conditioned, as well as underfloor heating and a log burning stove for the Winter time. Free wifi is available.

Between April and October changeover day is Wednesday 

Cancellation / Prepayment

To secure the booking we take a 20% deposit. The balance is due 8 weeks prior to arrival. Rental payments are non refundable.

A £400 refundable damage deposit is taken with the rental balance.

Children and extra beds

A small child’s bed and cots can be provided for infants

Accepted credit cards

We accept payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express.

Once a booking request is accepted an invoice will be sent with a link to make payment online

Check-in time

From 14.00

Check-out time

Before 10.00

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Childs Highchair
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heated Private Pool
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Lounge
  • Microwave
  • Parking
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Television
  • Washing Machine

Accommodation review scores and score breakdown

10 / 10

Based on 1 reviews

Guest reviews are written by our customers after their stay at Villa Daisy

(Sleeps 9).

Guest reviews

  • blueshores
    2016-03-22

    Perfect! 5 out of 5 English: We were two families with small children and stayed for a week in the mid of February. As expected the weather was a bit unpredictable and quite cold on some days. Due to this we arranged to have the pool heated and used it almost every day. On the second floor there are two large bedrooms on opposite sides of the house, which is great when you need a bit more privacy. Bedrooms on the first floor are located next to each other and is well suited for a familiy. We were in need of baby cots and chairs for our toddlers and these were on site as requested. The villa was clean when we arrived and mid-week the housekeeper came and cleaned and switched towels. The house is a short stroll away,10 - 15m, from a local grocery store, were you can buy essentials. We would nevertheless recommend having access to a car. Large Supermarkets are only a few minutes drive, same goes for the local town and the local beaches. The house was as advertised and we would definitively recommend both the house and the location. To add to the great experience the service was amazing. We had all the information we needed from the day we booked to the day we left. A few days before we arrived we recieved an e-mail with various information from Cindy and Paul, the couple responisble for the house. They also offered to do some grocery shopping before we arrived, and we had all we needed from day one. Everything just went so smoothly. We would really recommend this house!

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Carvoeiro

Carvoeiro
Carvoeiro is a traditional fishing village that has become an incredibly popular holiday resort.

It’s one claim to fame, historically speaking, is that in 1554 a naval battle took place off Cape Carvoeiro when a Portuguese flotilla attacked the Turkish corsair, Xaramet, and destroyed his fleet. Today the most activity you are likely to see is people enjoying the beach and the local fishermen bringing in their catches!

There are plenty of shops in the town for your everyday needs and because they are used  for catering for British visitors you will be able to find most of your normal groceries. There is also a big Intermarché on the Lagoa road on the outskirts of Carvoeiro for even more choice.

Watersports like jetskis and pedaloes are available at the beach for those who like messing about on the water and there are a couple of diving schools based in Carvoeiro if you prefer to be under the water. The local fishermen also make use of their boats during the day to offer visitors the chance to take boat trips around the coastline and to see the caves.

One thing you won’t be short of in Carvoeiro is somewhere to eat and drink! There is a huge selection of bars, restaurants and cafés all within easy walking distance of the centre and with a wide choice of food. At a guess most visitors give up on the idea of self-catering when they see what’s on offer!

The cliff tops around Carvoeiro offer plenty of scope for walking and some great views. You may also come across some ‘algares’ which are holes in the cliff where the sea has eaten it away from underneath – there are some near the lighthouse at Cabo de Carvoeiro – luckily they are fenced around and it just shows how fragile the cliffs can be. Also on the cliff above Carvoeiro are the remains of the walls of the Fort of Senhora da Conceição dating from the 17th century, inside which is the hermitage of Nossa Senhora da Encarnação (Our Lady of the Incarnation).

Carvoeiro is also ideally situated for family fun days out. There are two water parks within easy reach – the closest being Slide and Splash at Lagoa and Aqualand just slightly further away at Alcantarilha. If water parks aren’t for you then there is Zoomarine Sealife park at Guia and Krazy World at Algoz to choose from.

If you have something a little more relaxing in mind, then a trip to Silves is a lovely day out with it’s Moorish castle and riverside walks. A walk around the castle walls allows you to have a bird’s eye view of the town and surrounding countryside and there are lots of pavement cafés to stop for a cool drink afterwards! There are also boat trips to Silves up the Arade river from Portimão river front which give you about an hour to see a bit of Silves (before the tide is too low to return) for a different view of the countryside.

Twice a week the tourist train that runs around Carvoeiro ventures a little further afield to Ferragudo which is just along the coast on the opposite bank of the Arade estuary to Portimão. It gives you a couple of hours to explore the town before bringing you back.

Of course, there is absolutely no need to leave Carvoeiro at all as there is plenty to do and to see right on the doorstep – it really is a lovely spot and well deserves it’s reputation as a top Algarve holiday destination.

 


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