This is an offering of a two-bedroom villa, which can accommodate four people. Situated on Mobor Beach, this villa is perfect for a close-knit group of friends. The villa has a shared swimming pool and ample parking space for those on a road trip. The Cavelossim Beach is about 300 m away from the complex.
Your Space Located in Cavelossim, this two-bedroom villa is a part of a gated complex, situated only a few hundred metres away from the confluence of River Sal and the Arabian Sea near the Mobor estuary. The holiday home fronts well-manicured lawns dotted with thriving shrubbery. The complex boasts an expansive swimming pool, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. Adorned in muted shades of canary-yellow, the cosy bedrooms are each furnished with a comfortable double bed, a comfy sofa set, and stylish hanging-lights. The en suite bathrooms are appointed with western sanitary ware. The living room houses cushioned cane sofas and a glass-topped coffee table. The holiday home features an in-house restaurant where you can savour local delicacies with your companions and a beach sit-out where you can relax by the gleaming Arabian Sea.
Guests are requested to provide valid identification at the time of check-in. Travel Assistance is Available Car/Bike rentals can be provided.
Cavelossim is a town in South Goa district in the state of Goa, India. The town hosts a well-known beach at the southernmost tip of the Salcete beach stretch that starts from Majorda in the north to Cavelossim in the south. The Sal river flows into the Arabian Sea at the south of this town. This town was the original abode of goddess Shri Shantadurga located at Kawlem, which is one of the largest temples in the state. Cavelossim Beach - 200 m Betul beach - 1.7 km Mobor Beach - 3 km
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 12:00 pm
Get a full refund if you cancel a full three days before check-in. However, in case of no show or cancellation after this duration, the entire booking amount will be retained.
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