Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
The villa is in a small gated enclave of three privately owned villas, one kept for the owner’s occasional use and this villa and Casa Estrela are available for rental. All three villas share the gardens and swimming pool.
Casa Marsol is a 2 storey villa, modern yet traditional in style, and finished to an extremely high standard incorporating elements of traditional Goan architecture and features, including laterite stone, double shutter doors and the large “balcao”, the traditional deep entrance terrace typical of most Goan homes providing loads of space for relaxing.
The villa consists of 4 double bedrooms, the ground floor bedrooms each with TWO bathrooms one internal and one external!
These open plan shower areas provide a unique experience where you can shower out side on balmy tropical evenings under the stars.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Few minutes stroll 300 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||45 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, CD player, Telephone, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Dining seats for 14, Lounge seats for 8|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The villa is entered via the massive terrace that runs the full width of the house.
Large open plan double height living/dining space with atrium and a frangipani tree! There is a satellite TV and DVD player. The dining area has a large dining table seating 8.
Fully fitted and well equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, four burner gas hob and microwave oven
Bedroom 1 is air-conditioned has a king size four poster bed and en suite bathroom. There is also an additional bathroom outside where you can shower under the stars.
Bedroom 2 is air-conditioned has a king size four poster bed and en suite bathroom. There is also an additional bathroom outside where you can shower under the stars
There are two separate open plan wooden staircases each leading to one of the first floor bedrooms
Bedroom 3 is air-conditioned has a built in king size double bed and an en suite bathroom.
Bedroom 4 is air-conditioned has a built in king size double bed and an en suite bathroom.
Shared swimming pool
Cleaning service 6 times weekly
4 Air conditioned bedrooms
Open courtyards bathrooms
4 ring gas burner
24 hour emergency back up electricity supply
Gas and Electricity
Bed linen and Towels changed twice weekly
24 hrs security
Light personal laundry
Iron and ironing board provided
24 hour security
Telephone (incoming calls and local outgoing calls only).
Internet Connection.Please see Laptop computers(on request and payable locally)
Groups of friends
This villa would make a great location for family reunions as can be booked in conjunction with Casa Estrela , to provide accommodation for up 16 people.
Please note this is a non smoking property. Kindly restrict smoking to the garden and balconies
|Further details outdoors|
Casa Marsol shares a large walled garden with the two other villas that all overlook the shared swimming pool. The property is entered through large double gates .
The Goa/West India region
Goa, on the west coast of India, has over 100 Kilometres of coastline divided between secluded bays and golden sandy beaches lapped by the warm Arabian sea. Between October and April there is unbroken sunshine with temperatures that rarely drop below 91F. The pace of life is relaxed. You can spend your evenings enjoying a sunset walk along the beach or a stroll through the street markets in safety.
Although most people come to Goa to relax and unwind there is more to Goa than just its fabulous beaches. Here are a few ideas of what Goa has to offer.
The Portuguese colonised Goa for 450 years and this unique blend of Portuguese and Indian culture is evident in its architecture, mix of religions, cuisine and social structure. There are the colonial old quarters, the magnificent Mansion Houses built at the height of the Portuguese rule and Old Goa, the old capital, built as a testament to the Portuguese wealth and power. There are wildlife sanctuaries, over 400 different species of birds, market towns, a famous flea market which attracts sellers from all over India, designer shops and why not come at Christmas and the Easter Carnival and enjoy some real Goan-style dances. The exuberant Hindu festivals of Divali and Holi are celebrated with as much enthusiasm by this multi-cultural and well-integrated society.
We want to show people that there are many interesting "things to see". Above all experience Goa by being out and about. Early morning and late afternoon are perfect times for catching that magical rural scene of bullock cart and driver ambling along country lanes or the water buffaloes having their well deserved mud baths. Watch the sun rise over the river Sal, stand at Chapora harbour and select fish for that evening's meal, fresh from the boats, go to a village festival or Zatra and most of all, meet the people who are fun loving, generous and genuinely want you to have a great holiday.
Candolim village gives its name to the magnificent stretch of golden sand beach on which it is situated. The beach here is wide and sandy not crowded even at peak times and perfect for lazing away your days under a sunshade. The area is well connected by bus and there are plenty of taxis, although in the village itself you will find everything you need. From the vegetable and fish market, small supermarkets, ice cream parlour and the colourful shops selling jewellery clothes and trinkets, everything is on hand. There are restaurants to suit every taste from Tandoori, Chinese, Continental, Goan and North Indian and many have live music.
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