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Accommodation Advice

Post by Belfastblue » Mon Dec 05, 2016 7:55 pm

Hello all. Hopefully you guys will be able to give me some advice, we have been to CVO several times and most recently stayed at Clube Golfemar which we thought was fantastic. We now have a two year old and were thinking of hiring a villa for 12 nights next July, we are looking at Golfemar again but wondered if there are any other recommendations out there. Thanks in advance.Lee

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by cumbria sue » Mon Dec 05, 2016 8:33 pm

have you looked at Rocha Brava across from Golf Mar ? it has 3 super pools and a Kiddies club a playground nr the large pool as well , very good for families

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by Belfastblue » Mon Dec 05, 2016 8:40 pm

Hi Sue. We stayed at Rocha brava on our first visit and found the apartment to be a bit dated, no A/C either!!! However the complex was good so I wouldn't rule it out. Would you know of a good website I can use to check some prices out? As an aside Ian from just over the border in Northumberland originally, unlike my mates however I am CUFC man !!!

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by cumbria sue » Mon Dec 05, 2016 10:28 pm

Belfastblue wrote:Hi Sue. We stayed at Rocha brava on our first visit and found the apartment to be a bit dated, no A/C either!!! However the complex was good so I wouldn't rule it out. Would you know of a good website I can use to check some prices out? As an aside Ian from just over the border in Northumberland originally, unlike my mates however I am CUFC man !!!
not sure which would be best sites to try , but why not fry going direct to RB , Travel Republic or Tripadvisor also , think you might find RB a lot better now as they are under different management and it is very much improved ...CUFC doing well at the moment so you should be on a high as half our village is

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by tricky » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:35 am

Have a look at Vila nova resort. Children's pool
And playground. Very small and safe. Onsite restaurant and shop

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by John Burgess » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:41 am

Have a look at Brisa Do Mar on this site under rentals 4 bed oe web www.brisadomarcarvoeiro.com

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Re: Accommodation Advice

Post by granny carol » Thu Dec 08, 2016 7:38 pm

Hi belfastblue,

I am a regular visitor to Carvoeiro. We booked a villa with Ronald Robert Young @ algarve travel association for October - it was a con, no villa and no refund. Be very aware of this con man and if you see his name advertising villas - AVOID LIKE THE PLAUGE. Better safe than sorry.

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