House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 9
Welcome to a “concept” house! Your mind will drift once you've arrived! Completed with a spectacular design and latest state-of-the-art technology. Automation (domotics) comfort of its residents, multimedia entertainment systems all connected in network. 4 bedrooms with their own full bath. Large American kitchen, living room100 sqm, ripped by large thermic glass which grants an extraordinary natural light and comfort, facing the garden and leaning over an heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Comprising 3 floors. Home Cinema, Gym, office/ Wi-fi. Kids play room, Outdoor Barbeque.
Located in Quinta da Beloura Golf Resort, a successful golf complex with residential area, projected in an exclusive area of 60 hectares and located between the beautiful coastal town of Cascais - where the 2007 World Cup of Sailing was held - and Sintra - classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. This resort is located in one of the most prestigious areas in the country.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Estroril 7 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Lisbon 25 km, Nearest railway: Sintra 5 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
|Luxuries||Private indoor pool, Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Private indoor pool|
|General||TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms of which 6 Family bathrooms, 4 En suites and 5 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (4), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Private indoor pool, Balcony or terrace, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
This resort is located in one of the most prestigious areas in the country. Several facilities like hotels, business centres, conference facilities, restaurants and bars, health clubs, tennis courts, football fields and an equestrian centre. Lots of activities such as walking or cycling in the resort or Serra, visit the castles and palaces of Sintra or rent horses in the five minutes walk away. Go surfing (with your car in 10 minutes) near several coastal beaches. Only 20 minutes away from downtown Lisbon . The whole atmosphere surrounding the resort reflects elegance and comfort, existing excellent infrastructures for playing golf, such as the existence of a golf club, golf shops for purchasing or renting equipment or qualified teachers available. The experiencing is truly magical.
|Further details outdoors|
Mini golf in the garden ... Ping Pong table . dining table up tp 10 people . Barbeque. / outddor sofas and chairs
The Costa de Lisboa/Lisbon region
S you stroll around, you'll find wide esplanades paved with black and white mosaics, open squares where you can buy freshly roasted chestnuts in paper cones, mazes of cobbled alleys, and steeply winding streets along which quaint trams whirr.
From St. George's Castle, which stands magnificently on top of one of the seven hills, Lisbon is laid out before you in a breathtaking view. White and turquoise peacocks strut around the shady gardens above which tower yellow sandstone battlements shrouded in ivy. From here, you can see terra-cotta tiled rooftops, ancient monuments, statues which preside over squares, the old quarters of the Bairro Alto and Alfama where nostalgic fado is played nightly, and the Tagus river flowing under its graceful suspension bridge. It's hard to believe that most of the city was re-built after the great earthquake of 1755 and devastating fires: redesigned in a strict grid system, preparing Lisbon for its future.
Down by the Tagus, from where many explorers set sail, stands the Belem Tower with its fairy tale turrets and the proudly poised Monument to the Discoveries. Nearby is the Jeronimos Monastery: a remarkable example of Manueline architecture - a Portuguese variation on Gothic with carved nautical symbol, such as anchors and ropes. Inside are fantastic stone columns, high ribbed vaultings, royal sarcophagi borne by marble elephants, and stained glass windows through which pour jeweled beams of light. Other incredible sights include the imposing 14th century Carmo Convent, the beautiful Madre de Deus church which houses the fascinating National Tile Museum, and a wide range of other museums, some with art exhibitions from ancient to contemporary and some with unusual collections such as coaches and costumes.
It's a short drive west out of the city - or a scenic train ride - to the stylish resorts of Estoril and Cascais, with their top hotels palm lined walks and sparkling nightlife. There are tennis and golf facilities, and world championships are held here for sailing and windsurfing. Further west, you'll discover the spectacular windswept beaches and cliffs of Guincho and Europe's most westerly point - the dramatic Cabo da Roca.
Tiled house in Lisbon, portugal
Inland, the ground rises steeply to the green wooded hills surrounding the town of Sintra, praised by Byron as a glorious Eden. In the centre stands the National Palace with its remarkable conical chimneys. Follow the walls of the 8th century Moorish castle and you'll find a piece of pure indulgence in fantasy: the romantic Pena Palace, built in every conceivable style and still laid out just as if it was inhabited.
Beyond lies Mafra dominated by the vast Baroque Palace Convent which houses a magnificent Rococo library and lavish royal apartments. And to the south-east is the pink palace of Queluz where cultural events are held all year round and which is one of the finest examples of Rococo in Europe. A half hour's drive south of the Tagus are the Arrabida hills dipping sharply down into the Sado River estuary to form a coastline of sandy coves and gentle seas. You can stop over in the Pousadas (stately castles) of Palmela or Setubal and spend time relaxing on the fine golf courses and beaches of Troia or exploring the tiny, unhurried fishing village of Sesimbra.
Lisbon is a charming yet cosmopolitan city with a fascinating history, and makes a perfect starting point from which to discover breathtaking sights and fashionable beach resorts around its coast
Cascais, an old fishing town has wonderful cafes, restaurants, shops and discotheques and a new marina (with plenty of restaurants) where you can play all of the year. Estoril has, also, to offer you an interesting night life and several golf courses.
Sightseeing in Sintra Palaces:Nacional Palace of Sintra, Queluz National Palace, Pena Palace, Seteais Palace, Monserrate Palace, Quinta da Regaleira. Museums: Moderna Art Museum, Ferreira de Castro Museum, Odrinhas Archaeological Museum,Toy Museum, Sintra's Science Museum. Gardens/Parks: Sintra/Cascais Natural Park, Monserrate Park, Castanheiros Park, Pena Park. Other attractions: Churches, Moorish Castle, Capuchos Convent, S. Pedro street market, Peninha Convent, Cabo da Roca. 2. Trekking - Explore the mountains of Sintra, by foot or by bicycle, with the help of our affiliated partners, professional experts in these activities in the area. 3. Sintra is very well know for its beautiful landscapes and its magnificent monuments