The Space****Tastefully furnished suites set amid exclusive surroundings.***
ROOMS FOR RENTAL ONLY
This private and peaceful villa offers lavish accommodation for a maximum of five families at a time. The interior has been beautifully restored with fine teak furniture and a priceless collection of fabulous Indian paintings and sculptures graces the entire villa.
NO CHILDREN ARE ENTERTAINED AT THE VILLA. WE HAVE ONLY KING OR QUEED BEDS IN THE VILLA. WE PREFER COUPLES ONLY.
Each grand suite at 1265 Crescent is elegantly furnished and comes with a complement of the highest quality of personal services.All the rooms here are fitted with air-conditioning units and ceiling fans.
While the ambience is that of a grand yet comforting home, each of the rooms is accorded a high degree of privacy, as is the resort itself, to offer you a luxurious haven of peace and tranquillity.
Balance and a harmonious use of space prevail throughout the estate. From the five air-conditioned suites, the indoor and outdoor dining areas, the meditation-plus-prayer room, a cool, shaded poolside and a beautiful palm-dotted garden, to the rejuvenating massage therapies and guided yoga are available at walking distance., everything about this estate has been designed to make you feel at home.
FIVE BED ROOMS
•Three Bedrooms overlooking the pool and the garden. Rooms facing east has lovely sun shine in the morning
•Two rooms facing garden. These rooms are facing west and gets lovely sun shine in the afternoon
•Bedrooms with king size bed, satin cotton bed sheets and nice fluffy pillows.
•Elegant tiled big bathroom with rain shower, running hot and cold water
•Fluffy white towels.
•Dining table with two chairs in two bedrooms
•Sofa seating with coffee table in three bedrooms
•Spilt AC unit, and ceiling fans.
RECREATION & OTHER AREAS
•Outdoor dining on the deck overlooking the pool
•Elegant lobby with comfortable seating to relax and read.
•Private collection of beautiful art and art objects all over the Villa
•Free WiFI internet access
•Iron and Ironing board
•Private driveway and parking space
ANY DEMAGE TO THE PROPERT WILL BE CHARGED
Some of the well known shops in Goa
A lifestyle store with antique Goan furniture, local artists’ paintings, some designer apparel and more. Casa Goa is the original Goan lifestyle store. Located on the Baga road in an old Goan house it is a worthwhile place for gifts.
For in cotton and silk clothes that are different but wearable, Rangeela is the answer, and is easily accessible at Candolim. Scarves, stoles, footwear and a bit of jewelry.
New and second hand books spill out of the rooms of this old house in Candolim, which is a haven for readers. There are also book launches, readings etc. in the season.
Sotohaus ( Next Door)
Creative lamps, mirrors, tables etc. with the use of natural materials like leaves, driftwood etc. under a layer of lacquer. A must add piece of art furniture to any house. Well-located opposite the Cafe Coffee Day in Candolim.
Wendell Rodricks Design Space:
The designer who shot Goa to fame has his space in Campal, Panjim. Here you can pick up lovely linen and natural fabric designer wear. Check out his latest creations for men and women.
Funky designer clothes and accessories make this a fun store to visit during your day out in Panjim.
Also must visit:
Raven and Rose – very close to Candolim at Calangute
Turquoise and Gold –Very close to Candlim at Calangute
Newtons Supermarket – at Candolim (walking Distance)
Earthworm – at Porvorim
Health and Wellness
Yoga, massage, Ayurvedic natural health treatment and massages, Facilities available close by walking distance
Famous Restaurants and Bars in Goa
Le Poisson Rouge
Further down the Baga river road, in a beautiful white mediterranean setting French chef Gregory’s creative cuisine makes dining here a pleasurable experience.
Fiesta(ten minutes by car from the villa)
Bang opposite Titos night club Fiesta is undoubtedly one of Goa’s most elegant restaurants, where the food is great and the chic visitors dine.
A Reveria (Five minutes’ walk from the Villa)
With its fabulously luxe décor, this is the place to go to for a special occasion. The cuisine which includes exotic imported foods, complemented by world class wines, has made this place in Calangute a landmark in the area.
Lloyds (five minutes walk from the villa)
On the main road, with basic benches and tables, Lloyds is known for good Goan food cooked by his mother and for his barbeques.
Bomras (Five minutes walk from the Villa)
For a unique and special experience, if you are a foodie head to Bomras in Candolim. Eclectic cuisine with unforgettable flavours. The cocktails, salads and desserts are all as good if not better than the mussel curry, snapper, pork and beef main courses which will take you back there time and again.
Chocolatti (Five minutes walk from the Villa)
The best brownies, carrot cake and chocolate truffles amongst other desserts can be found here. The poi sandwiches are also worth making a trip this café in Candolim a part of your day. Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)Day trippers J & A’s (ten minutes by car from the villa)
Recommend this Italian restaurant on the Baga River, for their superb food. Pastas, Pizzas and more interesting meats and fish, make J & A’s a necessary part of the culinary map.
Lila Café (ten minutes by car from the villa
The original all day breakfast-brunch café, Lila Café which is on Baga river ,has its regulars who come for the fresh juices, slushes, salads, breads and its buffalo ham croissants. Consistently scrumptious.
Located in Ashwem in North Goa, this resto-bar has one of Goa’s more prolific French chefs dishing out fresh and creative cuisine while you look at the ocean on the horizon. Aquatica also has music, dance etc. on select evenings which bring in the well heeled from all over.
At the south end of Aswem, where the French residents and the Bombay stars hang out, La Plage cannot be called a beach shack because of its ambience and superb quality of food. La Plage continues to be the fore runner in more ways than one.
Perched on the top of a cliff in Little Vagator is Mari Ketty’s place, serving authentic and appetizing Greek food.
If it is Italian your craving, Basilico in Anjuna not only makes delicious wood fired pizzas, but serves you some appetizing pastas, salads and desserts.
Just a stone throws away from the bustle of Anjuna, with a free form pool and lush gardens. The food be it Goan, other Indian etc. complements the beautiful surroundings.
Om made café
Run by the prolific and talented Gregory Bazire, this is one of the few places with quality and ambience on Anjuna beach.
For fabulous steaks, fish and desserts, have a truly delicious meal at Sublime in its new location at Nagoa adjacent to Arpora.
Wednesday - Siolim Market:
To get the real local flavour of Goa, visit the weekly haat in your neighbourhood and pick up dried red chillies, kokum and other produce directly from the farmers. Each place has its haat on a different day of the week, so do enquire about the one closest to you.
Saturday - Night Market:
One of the most unusual and successful ventures is the Saturday Night Market at Arpora, where vendors from all over India (including Goa) and from different parts of the world gather in a festive atmosphere and sell their wares. Live music and food stalls completes the scene.
Scaramanga boats( Five minutes by car)
Located at Coco beach, Nerul, the Scaramanga fleet consists of different boats including speed boats and catamarans which you can rent for a sunset or a full moon cruise – or whatever your heart desires.
The Latin Quarter of Panjim is quaint, pretty and has a European feel to it. Walk around and see the lovely houses. Stop for a bite at Venite or to buy an azujelo from the Goa Velha shop.
If you would like to see what an old lived-in Portuguese mansion looks like, you can visit Solar Dos Colaco at Ribander or the Figueiredo Mansion in Loutolim The grand living and dining rooms will transport you to another era – as will the food.
For a deeper understanding of the ethnography of Goa, visit the newly established museum in Benaulim and see how our ancestors lived and the tools and equipment they used in their daily lives.
Cabo de Rama Fort:
The ruins of a fort with spectacular views in the far south would be an ideal picnic spot if not for the monkeys. It is said that Rama stopped here after he was exile from Ayodhya. For something closer , with a beautiful view, climb up a slope for about fifteen minutes to reach the ruins of the Chapora fort.
Shanti – for electronic music – at Mandrem
Mambos – at Baga
Cape Town – at Baga
Cavala - in the monsoon – at Baga Interaction with GuestsWe are available to assist guest all the time, since we are also staying at the Villa Getting AroundWE ARE LOCATED IN THE HEART OF CANDOLIM ON FORT AGUADA ROAD.GOOD RESTAURANTS/ BARS/ HEALTH SPA ARE WALKING DISTANCE. WE ARE 500 METER AWAY FROM THE BEACH. Other Things to NoteNO SMOKING IN THE VILLA