Monte da Quinta 5 Bed. Villa
Villa | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 9
This superb new resort is located in the very heart of Quinta do Lago which is an exclusive residential and leisure resort on the Algarve. Monte da Quinta has been designed with local architecture and nature in mind and offers a very high standard of accommodation and service.
On site facilities include the club house with café, restaurant, health club, indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, Jacuzzi, steam room and children’s club. Other amenities on resort are a 24-hour reception, main swimming pool, children’s swimming pool, Italian restaurant, beauty centre, gourmet shop, newsagents and underground parking. Many activities are available nearby such as golf, horse riding, tennis and cycling.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Quinta do Lago Beach 2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Faro International Airport 35 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, Telephone, Safe, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 5 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (7), Double beds (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
This large, impressive villa is luxuriously furnished and fully air conditioned throughout. The 5 bedroom villas are unique with beautifully co-ordinated furnishings and fabrics which reflect the taste of the individual owner.
The grand entrance hall has a staircase to the galleried landing upstairs and opens into the beautiful, light and comfortable formal sitting room with full length doors opening out to the dining terrace and pool beyond. There is also another sitting room (or kids TV room with cable TV) both with sumptuous sofas, chairs and patio doors out to the pool area. There is a well furnished dining room and a separate fully fitted and equipped kitchen with oven and hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine. Downstairs there is also a cloakroom/wc. One bedroom with ensuite bathroom is downstairs and the other bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and large wardrobes are upstairs.
Everything is taken care of at the Monte da Quinta Resort with daily cleaning service, complimentary robes and toiletries and even a welcome grocery pack on arrival.
- Bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms
- Separate cloakroom
- Microwave, Hob and Oven
- Dishwasher, washing machine with built in dryer
- Television with cable channels, Pay-TV, playstation and internet access
- Mini Hi-Fi system
- Safety Deposit Box and alarm
- Air conditioning
Cleaning & Towel change- Every day
Sheets change- Three times a week
|Further details outdoors|
A free shuttle bus service will be available to guests of the Monte da Quinta resort, running to the Beach and to Quinta Shopping between June 1st and August 31st.
Check out- 10.00 / Check in- 16.00
2011 SPECIAL OFFER!
Prices do not include discounts and kids club offers: Please enquire for more details.
The Algarve region
The Algarve has become a magnet for many holiday visitors. Huge numbers of visitors become bewitched by the area's charm and beauty and consequently buy a property there! Some retire to the Algarve, others seek to start a new life away from the hustle and strain of a colder climate and a harsher working environment.
The Algarvean temperament adds much to the relaxed social atmosphere of the region. The local people are generally courteous and their natural hospitality and acceptance of foreign tourists lead to a cosmopolitan cultural ethos within the Portuguese society. Much to the relief of European visitors, many Portuguese people have an excellent command of English, particularly those working in the tourist industry. However, they appreciate it if visitors make an effort to converse in Portuguese.
Albufeira is often overlooked by tourists and Old Albufeira is actually a very pretty town. Its Moorish influence is easy to see in Minaret-inspired chimney pots and whitewashed buildings. It claims to have the largest sandy beach in the whole of the Algarve and the waters are particularly clean and unpolluted. The Portuguese love their fish and in Albufeira all fish is caught locally. We especially recommend the restaurants in this fishing town.
Almancil offers a very varied picture. This town has become an important centre for providing support services to feed the needs of two nearby stylish well established holiday and rental developments: Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo. The town has many shops, banks, post office etc. and some of the finest restaurants in the Algarve are located within the area.
Faro, the capital of the Algarve, was a sleepy provincial town twenty years ago but now has all the facilities of a modern European town with an attractive shopping area. The gateway to the Algarve can be deceptive from the outskirts. However the centre radiates from the old walled town with its delightful square and orange trees, church, museum and several excellent restaurants.
Loule is situated 18 km (11m) north east of Faro. The weekly Saturday morning market is famous amongst the locals and holidaymakers. The market has an excellent selection of fruit and vegetables, along with fresh fish every day. You will often see artisans working brass, copper or clay in and about the streets of Loule - craft is still very active in this area.
Olaho is very like a north African town because the houses and the church are built in the shape of white cubes, sometimes two or three storeys high. Olaho's style owes very little to the influence of Moorish culture and is the result of modern trading links between its merchants and those of the North African coasts. Similar buildings can be found in Tunisia and Libya. The most attractive area of the city is the old part, although surrounded by more recent buildings. Fishing is still popular in Olaho but nothing like as important as in the past.
We highly recommend a visit to all the above places during your stay in the Algarve!
Quinta do Lago
QUINTA DO LAGO is an exclusive residential and recreational estate set in 800 hectares of pine forest and lake at the southern tip of Portugal. The resort enjoys a superb location, bordered on its south eastern boundaries by the Ria Formosa Natural Park. The park is one of 23 protected areas in Portugal.
This tidal inlet is the UNESCO protected home of migratory birds and a wetland of world importance. It is one of the last unspoilt coastal zones in Europe. The owners of Quinta do Lago have worked closely with the park authorities, not only to protect the landscape and the wealth of flora and fauna that endow the region but to integrate a high quality of tourism development, without upsetting the delicate ecological balance.
The region is also abundant in marine life and fosters a rich ecosystem for the propagation of migrant and resident birds, some rare and threatened. Quinta do Lago has created two nature trails, which have been designed to enhance awareness of the environment value of the area.
Since its creation in 1972, the development concept of Quinta do Lago has been one of low density. Even when fully developed, the constructed area will occupy only eight per cent of the entire estate. This is guaranteed by regional planning control and ensures maximum privacy for the property owners and protection of the environment.
Social life in Quinta do Lago can be as active and varied as you choose. The golf clubs and four magnificent courses are a focal point though there is a wide range of other sporting and leisure activities such as tennis, sunbathing, swimming, windsurfing on the lake, sailing, fishing, horse riding and beach combing.
Quinta do Lago has its own shopping centre, Quinta Shopping, an attractive area of 10,000 square metres modelled on the concept of London's Covent Garden. Forty shops include some of the top brand names and offer a wide range of products and services.
Shopping facilities and choice of merchandise in the Algarve have seen a tremendous increase in the last few years. In the Almancil area there are supermarkets, sophisticated interior design studios, antique and furniture shops, garden centres, fashion boutiques, shoe shops and high class jewellers.
Portugal has a rich tradition of handicraft and folk art, many cottage industries producing individual handmade goods, which should not be overlooked whilst trying to find something original. Portugal is also famous for its pottery and hand painted tiles, Portuguese crystal, porcelain, Arraiolos carpets and lace-making.
Eating out in Quinta do Lago and the surrounding area is a true pleasure. There are many restaurants offering an excellent range of cuisine to suit all tastes and when the dining is over a vibrant night-life awaits in the resort's nightclubs.
Quinta do Lago is 15 minutes drive from Faro International Airport, two hours from Lisbon and two hours from Seville in Spain. There are daily international flights direct to Faro from most major European cities.
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