This Old Portuguese style villa is both rustic with the charm of the old wooden doors and ancient antique flooring but at the same time is upto date with cable TV, kitchen facility, English toilet bath etc. and is located in the heart of north Goa.
Standing amidst a rich tropical grove in Bardez, this palatial Portuguese establishment comes with a flourishing orchard with plenty of sun and shade around. Lending a breezy laid back vibe to the stoic interiors, the villa features a colonnade of huge wooden doors that have classic cusped arches. Housing a well-equipped kitchen and massive bedrooms equipped with poster beds, this self-catering accommodation can easily host up to twelve guests. With each room narrating its own fairy tale, you are sure to experience the most wonderful time of your life that you will proudly boast of.
About Goa :
Goa, the land blessed with splendid scenic beauty, golden beaches, beautiful rivers and lakes and architectural splendors is undoubtedly a "Tourist's Paradise". The perfect words to describe Goa is - "The land of Sun, Sand and Sea". A leisurely day basking under the sun on the white sandy beaches of Goa is definition of a perfect holiday. The second smallest Indian state (areawise) is also known for its unity in diversity.
Goa is world renowned for its beaches and attracts innumerable domestic and foreign tourists every year. The perfect holiday in Goa for many tourists is to laze under the sun on the picturesque and romantic beaches of Goa. When you picture Goa the first thing that comes to your mind is pristine scenic beauty of the s tate that nature God has blessed on it. But yes, there's much more to Goa than it's beaches. The tiny emarald land can boast of its unique history and culture. The culture here shows the confluence of the east and the west. The state is home to both beautiful temples and magnificent churches. The state's history dates back to 3rd century BC.
Various dynasties such as Kadambas, Silaharas, Rashtrakutas, Chalukyas, Bahamani Muslims etc have ruled Goa. But the strongest influence was that of the Portuguese. The state of Goa was a Portuguese colony for 450 years till 1962. The Indo-Portuguese culture and architecture here speak for the Portuguese influence on the state. Tourists can get a glimpse of the glorious history preserved in churches, forts, villages and cities.
The city is also believed to have been a part of ancient India. In Indian epic Mahabharata it is known as 'Goparashtra' or 'Govarashtra'. The city is referred to as city of cowherds.
Accès des voyageurs
The entire premises is free to access. The villa has a huge living room and spacious common areas. Feel free to enjoy sitting under the shade of any one of our mango, jack fruit, cashew or coconut trees. We also have a beautiful lawn in the front yard.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We do not stay on the premises. Our Caretaker lives in an outhouse on the premises and is ever ready to make your stay more pleasant. We are always approachable by phone or email which you will receive once a booking is made.
You can also have a Barbecue or a Bonfire experience in the backyard of the premises. the caretaker will help you out with the arrangements.
It is a residential area. Standard noise restrictions apply.
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