Sirvoi, Goa, India Accommodations

Accommodations in Sirvoi

Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
This two-bedroom self catering flat overlooks the sea and is located in the peaceful environs of south Goa, away from the tourist bustle in the north. The interiors are decorated in vibrant hues, and the balcony comes complete with a hammock and guaranteed sea-breeze. The air-conditioned bedrooms have double beds, soft linen, duvets and bathrooms with running hot and cold water. The fully equipped kitchen has a refrigerator, utensils, crockery & cutlery, just in case you feel like cooking a meal. The dining table seats four and the living room has a fold away futon which acts as an extra bed. A daily maid cleaning service ensures that you have a relaxing holiday. The complex has a swimming pool and the beautiful and peaceful Varca beach is just a short 500 meters walk from the flat.
Hotel
48br 3.5-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Palácio do Deão and within 12 mi (20 km) of Perreira-Braganza House and Jorge Barreto Park. Burnzam Ghor and Margao Market are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
    Its set away from the husstle and bustle in the mountains within a gated complex with shared facilities .Well maintained gardens and a shared swimming pool and a vegetarian restaurant the option of a private chef can be arranged to cook inside the apartment also within the complex yoga lessons and massage treatments are available but that must be arranged with the treatments company direct .It is approximately 55 minutes from the airport and 30 to 35 minutes from the beach depending which one you wish to visit the nearest town is 15 minutes approximately by walking or a few minutes by car where you will find small supermarkets and convenience stores and a first class liquor store . This is a second floor apartment with a lift and has 3 balconies where you can unwind in the evenings . Basically if you want to get away from it all and relax this is the place for you I also have a walkthrough video on you tube for anyone who wishes to see it link > https://youtu.be/95xI1jlU0tE
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceIts a two bedroom villa with ensuite bathrooms, open plan kitchen leading out to a wide spacious patio overlooking the laws and gardens. Guest AccessThis has an 'undivided share ' concept which enables all residents to walk around any where in the complex. Interaction with GuestsSophie lives in the same complex and can be contacted any time . The NeighborhoodThis residential complex is set in a peninsula with the river Sal and the Arabian Sea bordering it on either side. The beach, which is a short 5 min walk from the villas, is dotted with shacks where the local delicacies, along with a host of other cuisines are savored. The beach also offers a variety of water sports that include Para gliding, banana boats, water scooters etc. Also a stone's throw away from the complex are a range of multi cuisine restaurants set in picturesque locations. Department stores, dental clinics, shopping malls, ayurveda massage centers, luxury spas, opticians etc serve to make the village of Cavelossim a self contained environment. Its also is in the close proximity of luxury hotels like the holiday inn, The Leela Palace, Radisson Blue Dona Sylvia . Getting AroundTaxi service, bus service available right outside the main gate. Cars, and two wheeler are available on hire.
    apt. / condo
    2br apt. / condo
      Its set away from the husstle and bustle in the mountains within a gated complex with shared facilities .Well maintained gardens and a shared swimming pool and a vegetarian restaurant the option of a private chef can be arranged to cook inside the apartment also within the complex yoga lessons and massage treatments are available but that must be arranged with the treatments company direct .It is approximately 55 minutes from the airport and 30 to 35 minutes from the beach depending which one you wish to visit the nearest town is 15 minutes approximately by walking or a few minutes by car where you will find small supermarkets and convenience stores and a first class liquor store . This is a second floor apartment with a lift and has 3 balconies where you can unwind in the evenings . Basically if you want to get away from it all and relax this is the place for you I also have a walkthrough video on you tube for anyone who wishes to see it link > https://youtu.be/95xI1jlU0tE
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Smoking Allowed
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceGoa was always known for its beaches. But today, its hinterland is equally well known amongst the discerning travelers. Towards the south eastern side of Goa, is the district of Quepem. Home to the amazing wildlife in its now famous forests. Nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests is the Sao Francisco Homestay. The Sao Francisco estate made famous by its stand against illegal mining is one and a half kilometer away from the rest of the village. Amidst the traditional farms and tribal chants, this villa stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. The Sao Francisco Homestay is a modern working organic farm and the permanent residence of Cheryl and Aki. Two bedrooms, 60 sq. mt. each with attached 35 sq. mt. bathrooms are available for short term and long term stays. The kitchen is really large and well equipped and Rita, the Goan Chef, rules over this part of the house. This homestay is a retreat for couples only, who like dogs! Guest AccessThe Sao Francisco Homestay is nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests, it stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. Guests are free to explore, roam and get lost in the sheer beauty of nature around the property. All common areas in the villa are accessible to the guest as well. Interaction with GuestsI live here and love meeting and interacting with people from all walks of life. Do join me for a hot cup of tea or a meal. The NeighborhoodSituated in a rustic village setting. Living here is you connecting with mother earth. No Malls, discotheques or other noisy activities surround you. smaller provision stores are available in the near vicinity. However if you do need your other touristy dose of Goa heres a small guide for you. God was in a good mood when He created Goa. 33 major beaches and many more little ones with sands ranging from pale gold to silver white, all fringed with waving coconut palms and washed by the aquamarine waters of the Arabian Sea. Sixteen rivers thread their silver route from the high hills of the Western Ghats and flow gently down to the sea, past quiet villages, many of which have not changed in beauty over the centuries. The land rises from the fishing villages, to the towns. The local architecture is fascinating especially the traditional homes and shrines of all religions that have taken sustenance in this old, old land. Goa has had long trysts with various rulers, from the Kadamba Kings, to the Vijayanagar empire, to the Sultans, to the Portuguese until the Liberation of this tiny state turned it into a part of India. The Goan people perfected a way of life that is the envy of all. A slow steady contented quality referred to as sussegado. Goans developed a distinct culture of their own. Much like their world famous cuisine, they took the best of all their “visitors” and merged it with their own music, art, architecture, drama, literature, language, dress all stemming from a rich community agricultural heritage to create a unique Goan culture. Not Indian, not foreign, just Goan. There is much to see and experience in Goa. And since ours is a small state, it is possible for visitors to explore Goa’s infinite variety – there are boat cruises with live entertainment that take you up the rivers through the backwaters and deep into the rich forested areas, the mines and spice gardens. There are churches – some as old as five centuries; there are temples even older; there are not-to-be missed sanctuaries for birds and animals. There are museums, art galleries, and water sports; and if you fancy some on-land speed – go-karting at Nuvem. If it’s night life you want, you can go clubbing at the world famous night spots at Baga or Calangute a 45 minute drive away, visit the night markets, or just lie on the beach there and look at the fat harvest moon smiling down at you. Getting AroundI can arrange for Airport/Railway station pick up and drop off's if required at a surcharge. My home can also be reached by Taxi, Hired cars or bikes. Ample parking space is available at the premise. Other Things to NoteGoa is prone to frequent power cuts, especially in the villages. Please bear with us and sometimes do enjoy the cool breeze outside.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Smoking Allowed
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceGoa was always known for its beaches. But today, its hinterland is equally well known amongst the discerning travelers. Towards the south eastern side of Goa, is the district of Quepem. Home to the amazing wildlife in its now famous forests. Nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests is the Sao Francisco Homestay. The Sao Francisco estate made famous by its stand against illegal mining is one and a half kilometer away from the rest of the village. Amidst the traditional farms and tribal chants, this villa stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. The Sao Francisco Homestay is a modern working organic farm and the permanent residence of Cheryl and Aki. Two bedrooms, 60 sq. mt. each with attached 35 sq. mt. bathrooms are available for short term and long term stays. The kitchen is really large and well equipped and Rita, the Goan Chef, rules over this part of the house. This homestay is a retreat for couples only, who like dogs! Guest AccessThe Sao Francisco Homestay is nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests, it stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. Guests are free to explore, roam and get lost in the sheer beauty of nature around the property. All common areas in the villa are accessible to the guest as well. Interaction with GuestsI live here and love meeting and interacting with people from all walks of life. Do join me for a hot cup of tea or a meal. The NeighborhoodSituated in a rustic village setting. Living here is you connecting with mother earth. No Malls, discotheques or other noisy activities surround you. smaller provision stores are available in the near vicinity. However if you do need your other touristy dose of Goa heres a small guide for you. God was in a good mood when He created Goa. 33 major beaches and many more little ones with sands ranging from pale gold to silver white, all fringed with waving coconut palms and washed by the aquamarine waters of the Arabian Sea. Sixteen rivers thread their silver route from the high hills of the Western Ghats and flow gently down to the sea, past quiet villages, many of which have not changed in beauty over the centuries. The land rises from the fishing villages, to the towns. The local architecture is fascinating especially the traditional homes and shrines of all religions that have taken sustenance in this old, old land. Goa has had long trysts with various rulers, from the Kadamba Kings, to the Vijayanagar empire, to the Sultans, to the Portuguese until the Liberation of this tiny state turned it into a part of India. The Goan people perfected a way of life that is the envy of all. A slow steady contented quality referred to as sussegado. Goans developed a distinct culture of their own. Much like their world famous cuisine, they took the best of all their “visitors” and merged it with their own music, art, architecture, drama, literature, language, dress all stemming from a rich community agricultural heritage to create a unique Goan culture. Not Indian, not foreign, just Goan. There is much to see and experience in Goa. And since ours is a small state, it is possible for visitors to explore Goa’s infinite variety – there are boat cruises with live entertainment that take you up the rivers through the backwaters and deep into the rich forested areas, the mines and spice gardens. There are churches – some as old as five centuries; there are temples even older; there are not-to-be missed sanctuaries for birds and animals. There are museums, art galleries, and water sports; and if you fancy some on-land speed – go-karting at Nuvem. If it’s night life you want, you can go clubbing at the world famous night spots at Baga or Calangute a 45 minute drive away, visit the night markets, or just lie on the beach there and look at the fat harvest moon smiling down at you. Getting AroundI can arrange for Airport/Railway station pick up and drop off's if required at a surcharge. My home can also be reached by Taxi, Hired cars or bikes. Ample parking space is available at the premise. Other Things to NoteGoa is prone to frequent power cuts, especially in the villages. Please bear with us and sometimes do enjoy the cool breeze outside.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Smoking Allowed
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceGoa was always known for its beaches. But today, its hinterland is equally well known amongst the discerning travelers. Towards the south eastern side of Goa, is the district of Quepem. Home to the amazing wildlife in its now famous forests. Nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests is the Sao Francisco Homestay. The Sao Francisco estate made famous by its stand against illegal mining is one and a half kilometer away from the rest of the village. Amidst the traditional farms and tribal chants, this villa stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. The Sao Francisco Homestay is a modern working organic farm and the permanent residence of Cheryl and Aki. Two bedrooms, 60 sq. mt. each with attached 35 sq. mt. bathrooms are available for short term and long term stays. The kitchen is really large and well equipped and Rita, the Goan Chef, rules over this part of the house. This homestay is a retreat for couples only, who like dogs! Guest AccessThe Sao Francisco Homestay is nestled in a valley surrounded by some of the most beautiful and pristinely preserved forests, it stands alone luxurious and opulent on the banks of a tributary of the famous Kushawati River. Guests are free to explore, roam and get lost in the sheer beauty of nature around the property. All common areas in the villa are accessible to the guest as well. Interaction with GuestsI live here and love meeting and interacting with people from all walks of life. Do join me for a hot cup of tea or a meal. The NeighborhoodSituated in a rustic village setting. Living here is you connecting with mother earth. No Malls, discotheques or other noisy activities surround you. smaller provision stores are available in the near vicinity. However if you do need your other touristy dose of Goa heres a small guide for you. God was in a good mood when He created Goa. 33 major beaches and many more little ones with sands ranging from pale gold to silver white, all fringed with waving coconut palms and washed by the aquamarine waters of the Arabian Sea. Sixteen rivers thread their silver route from the high hills of the Western Ghats and flow gently down to the sea, past quiet villages, many of which have not changed in beauty over the centuries. The land rises from the fishing villages, to the towns. The local architecture is fascinating especially the traditional homes and shrines of all religions that have taken sustenance in this old, old land. Goa has had long trysts with various rulers, from the Kadamba Kings, to the Vijayanagar empire, to the Sultans, to the Portuguese until the Liberation of this tiny state turned it into a part of India. The Goan people perfected a way of life that is the envy of all. A slow steady contented quality referred to as sussegado. Goans developed a distinct culture of their own. Much like their world famous cuisine, they took the best of all their “visitors” and merged it with their own music, art, architecture, drama, literature, language, dress all stemming from a rich community agricultural heritage to create a unique Goan culture. Not Indian, not foreign, just Goan. There is much to see and experience in Goa. And since ours is a small state, it is possible for visitors to explore Goa’s infinite variety – there are boat cruises with live entertainment that take you up the rivers through the backwaters and deep into the rich forested areas, the mines and spice gardens. There are churches – some as old as five centuries; there are temples even older; there are not-to-be missed sanctuaries for birds and animals. There are museums, art galleries, and water sports; and if you fancy some on-land speed – go-karting at Nuvem. If it’s night life you want, you can go clubbing at the world famous night spots at Baga or Calangute a 45 minute drive away, visit the night markets, or just lie on the beach there and look at the fat harvest moon smiling down at you. Getting AroundI can arrange for Airport/Railway station pick up and drop off's if required at a surcharge. My home can also be reached by Taxi, Hired cars or bikes. Ample parking space is available at the premise. Other Things to NoteGoa is prone to frequent power cuts, especially in the villages. Please bear with us and sometimes do enjoy the cool breeze outside.
      Hotel
      3-star Hotel
        Located in Quepem, Best Western Peace Valley Hotel is a perfect starting point from which to explore Goa. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. Take advantage of the hotel's free Wi-Fi in all rooms, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service. Television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk can be found in selected guestrooms. Access to the hotel's fitness center, outdoor pool, kids club, pool (kids), garden will further enhance your satisfying stay. For reliable service and professional staff, Best Western Peace Valley Hotel caters to your needs.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
          The SpaceQuite location, close to the beach. Comfortable and economical stay. Guest AccessEntire apartment. Kitchen is available subject to gas or electricity being available Interaction with GuestsOnline as they wish to connect The NeighborhoodQuite and peaceful location.Great for those who wish to get away from the city noise. Getting AroundBus services are available but irregular. It is recommended that one should hire transport.