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Looking for that perfect getaway but
don't want to follow the crowds? Try a houseboat timeshare
rental. Narrowboats are appointed luxuriously just for you.
Away from the crowds and tourists, you float lazily down rivers
- allowing you to wake to a different scene every day. You can try
rentals of this type in England, near Stratford-Upon-Avon, or
enjoy its larger cousins on the beautiful lakes of the U.S. This
isn't your average vacation - it's a personal experience that you
share only with your traveling companions - unforgettable.
A heritage villa hotel in Goa, India welcomes you for your holiday in Goa
A beautifully restored 300 year old Portuguese era manor house that once belonged to a governor of Macau, Siolim House is now a unique boutique "Heritage" Hotel in Goa, very unlike a Goa hotel. When we decided to restore the house in 1996, Siolim House's future looked bleak - for five years it had fought a losing battle with the Goa monsoon (see the before and after photographs).
A family's history seemed to be fading away, and like so many other elegant Goan homes, it would see its end. But over three years, without sparing any detail, from its lime plaster to its patterned floor tiles, the house was lovingly brought back. Siolim House is still a private home, and we hate to call it a Goa hotel.
The entire restoration of Siolim House was done with a view to it being a Goan home, and therefore we were very generous in our use of space. In a building that had twenty four rooms there are today only seven suites and seven bathrooms. No necessity was felt to cram rooms in, and so we have spacious public areas and rooms.
We realised several years after the restoration began that welcoming guests in a "hotel de charme" would help us keep Siolim House in perfect shape, and give it the character that comes with welcoming people from all over. That way we also did not have to worry about the Goan monsoon storms that had wreaked so much havoc on the house when we decided to take on the enormous restoration job.
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