Perfect For Two
Facing the sea, with open farmland between the villa and the beach, there are beautiful panoramic sea views from both master and bedroom 2 balconies. And the design of the villa means that your balcony can’t be viewed from the other ones, meaning even if you’re staying in a full house, you can have some time to yourselves.
A lovely sunny spot by day – whether it’s for a leisurely breakfast, dipping into a book, or just watching the world go by.
And for romantic evenings à deux, why not bring out the glass votives and light some tea lights, or alternatively the electric candles and pop some celebration bubbly? You even have a switch to operate the pool lights from the bedrooms.
Particularly in August, with the annual arrival of the Perseid meteor shower, the star-gazing is a-ma-zing because there’s much less light pollution than at home. And if you’re lucky, your stay might coincide with some wedding fireworks at the hotel, giving you an altogether different kind of free light show.
What Are Fly Screens?
The patio doors leading onto the bedroom balconies are fitted with ‘fly screens’ which are an extra sliding panel with a see-through fine mesh. The idea is that they keep out flying insects, so that you can leave the patio doors ajar to let the sea breeze flow through the room. An added benefit is that they stop the curtains from being sucked out!
And if you’re staying in the hottest months when you need to close the patio doors before running the bedroom air conditioning overnight, try opening the patio doors and closing the fly screens to refresh and cool the bedrooms naturally during the day.