Set on a green and forested hill full of birdlife, outside Calangute this light and airy luxurious contemporary Asian style villa with Balinese influences is the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful holiday with family or friends in Goa. Despite being a stone’s throw away from the hot spots of north Goa, Summertime is an oasis of peace and serenity. No matter where you are in the villa, the views are lush tropical gardens and the pools. Imagine you can wake up to the birdsong, feel the breeze while seated under a tree or watch a koi fish jump in the pond. Summertime can only be booked as a whole accommodate up to 6 guests for a minimum of 3 nights.
Sucheta & Hans
Your Hosts and The Team
“As the founders of Odyssey Tours, a specialist tour operator based in Goa, we wanted to create something to make guests feel truly special. Feel relaxed with thoughtful service, soak in wonderful views including our waterfall and koi pond, and enjoy the pool in the garden filled with birds and butterflies.”
Facilities and Highlights
- Lap pool 14 x 7m
- The waterfall and Koi pond are the best relaxation spots at Summertime. Natural laterite boulders have been rearranged to give an almost 'natural jungle' look, with a stone Buddha statue seated under a frangipani tree. The waterfall flows into a fish pond filled with brilliant-coloured Japanese Koi carp.
GENERALTotal number of rooms: 3
Time zone: (GMT+05:30) New Delhi
Currency accepted: INR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard
Electricity voltage: 230V
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CONCIERGEYour concierge is ready to assist you with planning and completing your reservation, contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCESSAbout an hour drive north from Dabolim Airport to Calangute.
Airport: Dabolim Airport (GOI) - 38 km
Station: Madgaon Railway Station (MAO) - 50 km
They previously supported Balika Sadan, an orphanage for girls in Jaipur and helped them to build extra space in the dormitories, get water tanks and refrigerators, and took the girls on recreational trips. For a number of years, they also helped the people in Chandelao, a small village near Jodhpur by donating solar cookers, creating basic infrastructure in their school, and helping to empower women. Today, the village has an arts and crafts centre, which is run by women who make many items including clothing and handbags.