Affinity Villas Launches New Villa with Private Pool on Carvoeiro Clube

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Affinity Villas, a privately owned company that specialises in providing villa holiday accommodation on the Algarve, launched its latest property, Casa Minha Villa, this week. The villa is situated on the highly exclusive Carvoeiro Clube and has undergone a major transformation from traditional Portuguese villa to an ultra-modern luxury holiday retreat, suitable for 21st-century living.

Architects planned the refurbished villa around a central pool overlooked by guests residing in the surrounding “U” shaped accommodation. Casa Minha features many of the modern living conveniences and design standards to which discerning holidaymakers have become accustomed, combining a minimalist interior with intelligent use of glass, thereby creating a space that provides guests with everything they need for the perfect retreat.

The communal area of the property is open plan. The kitchen and dining areas blend together seamlessly and elegantly transition to the outdoor space. As guests walk outside, they are greeted by a covered courtyard and barbecue area, both situated in the carefully landscaped grounds which surround the property. Next to the barbecue is a spacious 10 metre by 5-metre pool with a ladder for guests to cool off in the hot, Portuguese sun. The pool varies in depth from shallow at one end, to deeper at the other.

Surrounding the pool area is a set of sun loungers and a variety of outdoor sofas and dining areas. Casa Minha is designed with large glass windows to encourage guests to go outside and enjoy the region’s famously favourable weather. The poolside bar area provides guests with a place to enjoy a refreshing drink while enjoying the beautiful surroundings.

Casa Minha is ideally suited for self-contained living which is fairly typical in respect of the type of self-catering villas in Carvoeiro with private pools. Affinity Villas provides guests with pool towels, a dishwasher, washing machine, internet connection and WiFi, car hire essentials and a television. There are four bedrooms, each with access to the central bathroom and three shower rooms. Each bedroom features beautiful, modern decor, fresh soft linen, seating areas, and large sliding doors to the outdoors. Guests can enjoy complimentary towels and stunning views of the pool and surrounding landscape from their rooms.

Casa Minha is just a few minutes’ walk from several nearby beaches, including the Praia dos tres Castelos, and will sleep up to eight people, making it suitable for larger groups and families. The villa is also close to shops and within walking distance of several nearby restaurants and bars.

Affinity Villas is a privately owned limited company that has specialised in providing high quality villa holiday accommodation along the Algarve coastline for 20 years. All holiday villas are handpicked and come with private pools and facilities to match. Affinity Villas have had many years of experience in providing villa holidays to thousands of satisfied customers. Fully protected with IPP.

Guests can book Casa Minha through the Affinity Villas website in one-week slots, with Saturday set as the changeover day. Their website also provides information on availability at Casa Minha and other villas offered by the company: Alternatively Affinity Villas can provide personalised assistance by telephone on 01428 727277.


For more information about Affinity Villas Ltd, contact the company here:

Affinity Villas Ltd
Donna Gardner
01428 727277
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