This stunning detached 3 bedroom villa rental with its own private T-shaped pool as a frontispiece overlooks magnificent tropical gardens, and is just 50 meters from the beach. As part of a boutique resort on the south coast of Koh Samui, there are plenty of additional facilities not least the availability of in-house massage and dining options to make the mouth water. Inside you can prepare your own meals in the modern kitchen or book the resorts chef to come and do it for you. The large T-shaped pool starts with steps leading down under the shelter of the balcony above, and has an adjoining bar. Full sun is available on the poolside terrace for the ardent bronzing brigade, and plenty of shaded seating and dining areas offer respite for the relaxing members of the party. With a master double, and two twin ensuite bedrooms this is the ideal location for the holidaying family on Thailand most glorious island.
Located on the eastern side of the south coast of Koh Samui this is the place to get away from it all. Plenty of tourist attractions are available throughout the island, and a hired car is a great way to get around. Lamai Beach, which is the second largest, is just a ten-minute drive up the east coast and offers sun bed hire along with many marine sport options. Further up the same coast is Chaweng, which is the center for nightlife and the largest beach. The island of a 1000 coconuts has plenty to offer including sea trips to neighbouring islands such as Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, and the And Thong national marine park where some of the worlds richest ocean habitats are waiting to be discovered.
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Ideally suited to families, the three bedrooms offer plenty of options. The master suite opens up with direct access to the pool, and has wooden floors and a beautiful four-poster bed complete with mosquito nets should you wish to sleep with the windows open. The other ensuite two bedrooms are large twin rooms with tiled stone floors, which in the tropics give a warm feeling underfoot.
The master ensuite has a full sized bathtub with louvered doors that open alongside it to become part of the main bedroom. The other two ensuite-bathrooms are equally well-appointed, and offer that feeling of luxury whist on holiday.
Dining options include the formal indoor dining area next to the living room where you can enjoy the heartiest of holiday feasts in air-conditioned comfort around an antique-style dining table with six chairs. A further six-place setting is set on the terrace where you can dine amid the sounds and breezes of the ocean.
The fully equipped kitchen has everything you might need to rustle up those holiday feasts and more. There is a large fridge freezer, a microwave, stovetops, a food mixer, a kettle and plenty of cupboards and preparation surfaces.
The delightful lounge has a wicker suite set atop magnificent timber flooring with a coffee table and flat screen TV to ensure those moments of relaxation become reality. The lush green of the garden pours through the high patio doors lending a restful feeling to the eye.
Private Swimming Pool
Adjacent to Beach
0.05 km – Restaurant
8 km to Nightlife
In-house – Massage
3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6
- Air Conditioning
- Catering services
- Seating Area
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