Beautiful restored villa. Sea Views.

Impressive spacious 5/6 bedroom luxury villa with infinity pool and fantastic views. Close to historic Begur and Sa Tuna.Beautifully presented.Internet. Table tennis. Slps 10-12.

Quick overview

  • 5 bedrooms
  • sleeps 12
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Private pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Balcony
  • Patio
  • Terrace
  • Terrace furniture
  • Satellite
  • Heating
  • Sunbeds
From
1,469£ 1,295$ 1,740
Per week
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+44 2089411700
+44 7801616186

Description (written by the owner)

Impressive spacious 5/6 bedroom luxury villa with infinity pool and fantastic views. Close to historic Begur and Sa Tuna.Beautifully presented.Internet. Table tennis. Slps 10-12.

Large detached villa with stunning sea views and private infinity pool. Internet and table tennis provided.

Situated in La Borna close to Sa Tuna bay and 5mins+ by car to Begur. A very comfortable villa offering accommodation to an excellent standard throughout.

Accommodation is arranged on 3 floors:

Entry level: sitting room, dining room, den, table tennis room, kitchen/utility, conservatory, bedrooms 1 and 2 and 2 bathrooms. Access to terrace, pool and barbecue.

Upper level: bedrooms 3 and 4 and bathroom. Sun terrace.

Lower level: bedroom 5 and 6 (bedroom 6 is for occasional use for larger groups and houses the table tennis).

Plenty of wardrobe space throughout.

Bedroom 1 king bed

Bedroom 2 twin beds

Bedroom 3 twin beds

Bedroom 4 king bed

bedroom 6 table tennis and for using extra campbeds if there are between 10 and 12 occupants.

En-suite bathroom to bedroom one

2 additional separate bathrooms

Fitted Kitchen:

Oven, hob, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave.

Sitting room: 2 large sofas and 3 easy chairs, coffee table, fireplace.

Dining room: dining table seating 8.

Den: TV, video, DVD/hi-fi, satellite (Astra), surround-sound, sofa, coffee table.

Conservatory with table & chairs for 8. Glass folding doors completely open two sides to BBQ and pool terrace.

Garage.

An additional room houses TABLE TENNIS

Lift access as well as stairs

Sleeps 10-12

Rates shown are for 10 people. 1 or 2 campbeds can be provided for up to 2 extra children and there is a surcharge of £75 per person per week for this facility.

N.B. There is a net fence which can be easily erected to keep very young children away from the pool. The house is on several levels with various steps and therefore not suited to wheelchair requirements. Central heating for winter occupation. Satellite TV is Astra.

Sa Tuna

Sa Tuna - South along the enchanting coast road, the bay of Sa Tuna must be one of the most beautiful in Europe. There is little to match a meal ouside the Hostal Sa Tuna, right by the sea on a calm, warm evening. Sa Tuna is an old fishermans village and a real favourite of the Catalans, never too crowded but always lively enough, and with an atmosphere that easily makes you understand the history of the place. Many of the people who live here have been in the bay for generations, calmly uninterrupted by the visitors.

Above Sa Tuna, the carefully developed areas of La Borna and Cap de Begur have stunning views of the bay, the coast and the sea. You can travel to Sa Tuna from BEGUR south along the main coast road, but if you are lucky enough to find the alternative windy road from BEGUR to Cap de Begur and La Borna, finally arriving at SA TUNA, you will be discovering a little bit more of BEGUR`S history, as this is the old road which the fisherman would use to reach the bay. At LA BORNA and SA TUNA the sea flows through a rocky inlet with dramatic scenery into a protected bay with a sand and shingle beach.

Nearby Villages and Towns:

This is the unspoilt Costa Brava or Catalonia which has escaped invasion by Tour Operated holiday groups and where most of the properties are owned by Barcelonians. With an abundance of delightful coastal towns and idyllic sandy coves, this region is rarely overcrowded and has retained real Spanish charm. This is an area you will want to return to again and again.... Every day you can find a new diversion, be it a cultural pursuit, taking the kids to a waterpark, playing tennis, snorkelling, sailing, or a lazy day at one of the beautiful sundrenched sandy coves with clear water and beachfront restaurants. The coastal resorts all have a choice of waterfront restaurants, cafes and shops and it is a real pleasure to wander the little streets around the harbour fronts and enjoy the spectacular scenery of this rugged coastline. Development here has slowed right down and you will come across villas unexpectedly tucked away. No large apartment development is possible as the rugged terrain, thankfully, does not allow for this, leaving the shoreline intact with some wonderful coastal path walks.

Begur is a charming hillside town with a castle at its crown. The cobbled streets add to the character of the town and offer a really excellent choice of Catalan restaurants which nearly all have al fresco eating in the summer months. In addition there are several tapas bars, individual and exquisite clothes, antique and specialist food shops, cafes and late night cellar bars. There are two plazas both of which have entertainment in the high season. No wall to wall discos here or loud music but there are a couple of clubs situated just out of the main part of the town. The overall atmosphere is very Spanish with local artists` paintings and crafts displayed in the old square during the summer. Every Wednesday the market stalls spill into the narrow streets where you can buy fruit and vegetables, clothes and accessories. There are excellent supermarkets, specialist fishmonger, butchers` shops and freshly baked baguettes in many of the bakeries.

Within 5km of Begur are the excellent beaches and coastal villages of Aiguablava, Sa Riera, Aiguafreda, Sa Tuna, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc each with its own unique character. The coastal path walk between Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc provides a relaxing pre-dinner or pre-lunch stroll, which can be followed by a drink at one of the many waterfront cafes or bars and the treat of spectacular scenery en-route.

Tamariu - a most picturesque bay with a sandy beach. A promenade with restaurants and shops fronts the beach and creates a very convivial al fresco atmosphere. Approximately 4km from Begur, Tamariu has an extremely pretty sandy bay with a promenade and waterfront restaurants, shops and cafes. Villas decorate the surrounding area of Tamariu, known as Aiguagelida and there is also a small bay with this name.

Llafranc a chic coastal resort with a crescent shaped sandy bay and promenade has restaurants, hotels and shops along the front, looking straight out to sea. A small marina at the far end of the bay adds to the local interest. From Llafranc there is a coastal path walk to the exquisite string of sandy coves and waterfront shops and restaurants of Calella de Palafrugell.

Sa Tuna - South along the enchanting coast road, the bay of Sa Tuna must be one of the most beautiful in Europe. There is little to match a meal outside the Hostal Sa Tuna, right by the sea on a calm, warm evening. Sa Tuna is an old fishermans village and a real favourite of the Catalans, never too crowded but always lively enough, and with an atmosphere that easily makes you understand the history of the place. Many of the people who live here have been in the bay for generations, calmly uninterrupted by the visitors. Above Sa Tuna, the carefully developed areas of La Borna and Cap de Begur have stunning views of the bay, the coast and the sea. You can travel to Sa Tuna from Begur south along the main coast road, but if you are lucky enough to find the alternative windy road from Begur to Cap de Begur and La Borna, finally arriving at Sa Tuna, you will be discovering a little bit more of Begur`s history, as this is the old road which the fisherman would use to reach the bay. At LA BORNA and Sa Tuna the sea flows through a rocky inlet with dramatic scenery into a protected bay with a sand and shingle beach.

Places to visit:

There are many places of interest including inland medieval towns such as Peratallada, 20 mins from Begur. This village is kept in pristine condition and has some very individually styled restaurants and shops.

Visit Salvador Dali`s castle which he gifted to his wife Gala, at Pubol (20mins Begur) and his amazing museum at Figueres (40mins Begur), where you cannot fail to be drawn in by the extensive and fascinating exhibits.

At La Bisbal (20mins Begur) the streets are littered with ceramic shops and there is also an antique centre.

Girona is a wonderful city to visit. The River Onyar, lined by buildings in red and ochre, divides the old city from the new A walk up the lively riverside Rambla takes you towards the city`s spiritual core and major landmark, the magnificent cathedral. Its 1680 baroque fa�ade conceals a graceful Romanesque cloister and what is said to be the widest nave in Christendom. Girona is commonly known as mini-Barcelona, with its own charming Ramblas and interesting shops and pavement restaurants. There is a large market here every Saturday.

Barcelona, if you crave city life, is approximately one hour by train from Flaca, where you can leave your car (20mins from Begur) and get right into the centre of Barcelona. Barcelona is a confident, progressive city and the classic tourist images of Spain seem firmly out of place in Barcelona`s bustling central boulevards and stylish modern streets. And style is what brings many visitors here, attracted by enthusiastic newspaper and magazine articles which make much of the outrageous architecture, user-friendly city design, agreeable climate and frenetic nightlife. Barcelona has continued to blossom from provincial city to putative European capital. When the Olympic Games had finished, the city was left with an entirely new harbour development containing the futuristic Olympic Village.

The border of France is approximately one hour away but you will find all you need and more in this beautiful and charming unspoilt region of Spain, Costa Brava, Catalonia.

Be sure to take a map with you or buy one in a newsagent`s store. This is an area of immense beauty and car hire is highly recommended if you want to experience the diversity of this region. It is advisable (and less expensive) to arrange Car Hire prior to your holiday and we can advise in this respect.

Tourist licence
HUTG-014051

Facilities

General:

linen, towels

Outside:

private pool, balcony, patio, terrace, terrace furniture, sunbeds, barbecue, parking, private parking, garage, lift

Inside:

Wi-Fi, satellite, heating, cd player, dvd player, radio, washing machine, tv, iron, ironing board, high chair, cot

Kitchen:

dishwasher, freezer, fridge, coffee machine, grill, hob, microwave, oven, kettle, toaster

Bathroom:

shower, bath tub

Beds:

3 double beds, 6 single beds

Views

sea views, pool views

Suitable for

pets not allowed, no smoking inside, car essential

Notes

This villa is a in a fantastic location. Very peaceful with amazing views and just a short drive from the enchanting historic town of BEGUR with its outstanding choice of restaurants, cafes, tapas bars, late night cellar bars and weekly market. The pretty bay of Sa Tuna is also a short drive and here you will find waterfront restaurants in a most beautiful setting. Begur has many coastal villages in its surrounds, all within 10-15 minutes by car so you will be spoiled for choice.

The area

Distances

Airport: 43 kilometers
Beach: 2 kilometers
Golf: 4 kilometers
Shops: 2 kilometers

Local leisure

small shops, restaurants, café, cinema, water park, harbour, church, market, board walk, concerts

Local activities

cycling, diving, fishing, golf, horse riding, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, sailing, swimming, tennis, walking, water skiing, wind surfing

Prices

From To 1 week Min. stay
28 Oct 2017 31 Dec 2017 1,469£ 1,295$ 1,740 4 Nights
Unless otherwise stated, payment is charged in: £ View total price
Final cleaning:
Included in the price
Cot:
Not included in the price
28.36£ 25.00$ 33.59 per stay
Electricity:
Included in the price
High chair:
Not included in the price
17.01£ 15.00$ 20.15 per stay
Linen and towels:
Included in the price
Water:
Included in the price
Wi-Fi:
Included in the price
Payment methods accepted:
Credit or debit card, Bank transfer
Before paying, call the property manager to confirm payment details
Notes:
Prices are in pounds sterling
Changeover day: Saturday
flexible out of season

Credit card details taken on arrival

Local management to meet you on arrival and deal with any issues during your stay.

INCLUDED:
Bed linen and bathroom towels
Weekly cleaning
Check in time from 16000hrs
special arrangements can be made for late arrivals
Check out time no later than 1000hrs
flexible out of season
Small group discounts may apply in low/mid season. Please ask for details.

30% deposit on reservation
balance payable 2 months prior to holiday
We can accept payment by credit/debit card,bank transfer. Euros accepted by credit card or bank transfer.


Add value to your holiday experience
Short of time and would like us to quote car hire and flights and book these on your behalf?
Would you like to have groceries delivered to your villa prior to arrival?
Don`t want to be weighed down with bulky beach towels? You can hire and order these to be delivered to your villa.
Want to cut down your travelling load? You can hire from us many items including pushchair, cot, highchair.
Do you sometimes want to stay in your villa without having to cook? We can provide excellent catering services brought to your villa and can arrange for a paella evening to be catered at the villa. Other menus also available.
A special occasion while you are away? Order a celebration cake or hamper of goodies.
Your suggestions are welcome

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