This superbly appointed and furnished house offers three air-conditioned bedrooms each with an en suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes. 2 of the bedrooms can be set up as double or twin beds and the other has twin beds.
There is a fully fitted kitchen and spacious lounge and dining area. The private driveway has space for several cars to park. For colder months there is a wood burning stove.
There is a private swimming pool (9x4.5m) which can be heated for an additional fee. The pool area is surrounded by stunning mature gardens and stairs lead to the roof terrace which has a distant sea view. There is table and chairs for external dining and BBQ.
Fibre optic internet access is also provided. The property itself is double glazed throughout and there is a log burner in the lounge for those cooler winter months.
The house is conveniently situated close to all the main amenities at Quinta do Paraiso, being just a short stroll from the centre of the complex. Here you’ll find an excellent Italian restaurant (takeaway available), poolside bar, mini-market, three large communal swimming pools (one heated in the winter), children’s pool, kids club and a dive school. There is also a children's playground, tennis courts and mini golf to enjoy and other activities and entertainments are provided daily by the resort during the summer months. (Note - some activities incur an extra charge payable directly to the resort)
The walk into Carvoeiro provides stunning sea views and you’ll pass by the beautiful Paraiso beach (a hidden gem down a flight of steps cut into the cliff face, but well worth the effort once you’ve made it down) before walking into the village itself. Here you’ll be able to wander onto the main beach, passing nearby cafes and restaurants and from where you can get boat trips to explore the glorious coastline with its renowned caves and grotto’s. If walking is more your thing, then pass through the village and up to the church where you’ll find a scenic boardwalk along the cliff tops that will take you along to Algar Seco where a drink to take in the views at the Boneca bar is a must.
Carvoeiro itself was originally a fishing village and still retains that small-scale charm. There are many restaurants here to choose from, with all tastes seemingly catered for. There are also many cafes and bars where you can sit and watch the world go by, either down by the beach or in the village itself. Often during the summer months you’ll find live music or other entertainments being provided in the square by the beach. If you don’t then want to do the return walk to Quinta do Paraiso, there are always plenty of taxis readily available to give you a lift back.