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Quinta Patash

Good level of comfort. Well equipped interior. Good size pool and nice external dining area. Excellent location.
Lagos in Algarve, Portugal
from £1,947 per week
3 beds 5 people 3 bathrooms Internet Access Private Pool Satellite TV

Ref: PLL139D

Set in magnificent and extensive grounds, Quinta Patash is a beautifully restored farmhouse offering unique and comfortable accommodation for your villa holiday in the sun. The villa is peaceful and secluded, yet is only 5km from the city of Lagos and the coast.

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Key Features

  • Close to the amenities of Portelas village and just 5km from Lagos and the coast
  • Offers peace and tranquility in a rustic, beautiful setting
  • Beautifully restored farmhouse with many unique features
  • Set amongst extensive grounds with delightful formal gardens and private pool
  • Internet


Approached along a winding country lane, Quinta Patash is a beautifully restored Portuguese farmhouse, set amongst fifty acres of private land and surrounded by delightful gardens and terraces. This stunning villa is set in an elevated position with superb panoramic rural views, and particularly spectacular views of the mountains of Monchique to the north.

Ground Floor

The interior of this restored property has many charming features such as carefully-chosen antiques and pieces of art, gently-sloping beamed ceilings and tiled terracotta floors. The large elegant living/dining room is set beneath high beamed ceilings and has a living area at one end with comfortable seating arranged around a huge fireplace with a wood-burning stove. A grand piano has pride of place in the middle of the room, whilst the formal dining area beyond is furnished with a heavy oak table and chairs beside a large, traditional dresser. A wide archway leads through to a separate cosy TV room where more sofas, armchairs, rugs and tables are arranged around a large television offering some satellite channels.

The large farmhouse kitchen opens off the dining area and has a range of brand new units topped with a glossy work surface. A bay window offers panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and there is a breakfast table and chairs in the centre of the room. The kitchen is well-equipped with a hob, oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. The guest cloakroom has a WC and washbasin.

The master bedroom has twin beds and is well-furnished with some lovely pieces of antique furniture. There is a dressing area and a full en suite bathroom. The second bedroom also has twin beds and enjoys superb views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. Bedroom three has a single bed, and there is a separate family bathroom and shower room.


The villa’s delightful gardens feature a range of different areas; a formal Versailles garden with a fish pond, open sun-drenched lawns, shaded dining terraces filled with climbing plants and, of course, a large pool terrace. The oval-shaped pool has wide integral steps leading gradually into the water at one end and is surrounded by a walled and gated terrace giving peace of mind to those with small children. Sun-loungers are set around the pool so you can soak up the Algarve sunshine.

Charming cobbled pathways trail around the gardens, with a number of furnished terraces for relaxing and dining. An original bread oven still stands beside the former stables, but there is also a modern built-in barbecue for al fresco meals – there are no less than seven outdoor dining areas so you can choose a sunny or shaded spot at any time of day and enjoy a different viewpoint over the stunning surroundings. The gardens here are nothing short of magnificent, and provide plenty of opportunities for exploring, strolling and enjoying the warm Algarve sunshine.

Additional Information

Maid service and towel change twice a week. Linen change once a week.
Cot and highchair available - supplement payable.
There is a washing machine for maids use only and they will undertake clients washing upon request.

  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Check out: 10:00am

In Summary

Ground Floor

Living/Dining Room:Open fireplace with wood-burning stove, grand piano, dining table and chairs for six
TV Room:Satellite TV
Kitchen:Hob, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, breakfast table and chairs
Bedroom 1:Twin beds, en suite bathroom with bath/overbath shower, WC, washbasin, dressing area
Bedroom 2:Twin beds
Bedroom 3:Single bed
Bathroom:Bath/overbath shower, WC, washbasin
Shower room:Shower, WC, washbasin
Guest cloakroom:WC, washbasin

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  • 5.0 km

  • Mini-market in Portelas 2.0 km

  • 1.5 km

  • Boavista Golf 5.0 km

  • 85.0 km from Faro

Quinta Patash is a beautifully restored farmhouse villa set in grounds of 50 acres (shared with one other restored house which is separate and secluded). The villa is in a lovely rural location, just 5km equidistant from the city of Lagos and the stunning coastline at Praia da Luz. The nearest amenities are at the quaint village of Portelas, 2km away, which has a small mini-market and couple of restaurants.

The beach at Luz is only 5km away; this popular fishing port retains much of its traditional charm but also has a bustling cosmopolitan atmosphere. The beach at Praia da Luz is one of the Algarve’s finest with fine, white sands and warm turquoise waters. It is well served by a few beachside cafes and water sports are on offer in summer. Its colourful sandstone cliffs provide beautiful cliff-top walks and at one end are the locally renowned ‘rocha negra’ or black rocks; evidence of ancient volcanic activity.

5km away is the historic maritime city of Lagos. This relaxed and charming city offers a great selection of restaurants; the biggest concentration of which is found in the pedestrianised street. Lined with open-air cafes, the main square of Praça da Republica is the best place to indulge in a cool drink and a spot of people watching. There are often lots of street entertainers as well; everything from magicians to clowns and living statues.
Proud of its history, Lagos played an important part in the Age of Discovery and Henry the Navigator had his ships built here. It was also home to some of the earliest slave markets. Its rich, long history ensures that there are plenty of buildings and historic sites worth visiting; the governor’s castle and the church of St Sebastian being two of them.

Nearby attractions for families include:
• Lagos Zoo: set in lovely landscaped gardens with exotic plants, this zoo contains 250 different animals and offers the chance to get close to a variety of species. There is an educational farm, souvenir shop and restaurant. Located between Sao Joao and Bensafrim.
• Slide and Splash: one of Europe’s biggest water parks that aims to keep you busy for a whole day with is range of plunging and gentle slides, swimming pools and a lazy rubber ring river. Approx 25km away near Lagoa.

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