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Beautiful Villa With Private Pool, Ter
Private Pool With Terrace Area And Pan
Private Pool With Terrace Area And Pan
Private Pool With Terrace Area And Pan
Panoramic Views
Living Area With WiFi, TV, DVD Player
Living Area With WiFi, TV, DVD Player
Equipped Kitchen And Dining Area
Double Bedroom With A/C, En Suite Bath
Twin Bedroom With A/C, En Suite Bathro
Bathroom With Bath
Bathroom With Bath
Bathroom With Bath
Bathroom With Bath
Floor Plan: Ground Floor
Floor Plan: First Floor
Local Beach
Local Area

Villa Lara

Kas, Turkey, Turkey

  • Villa

  • Bedrooms2

  • Sleeps4

  • Bathrooms2

  • Min. Stay4 Nights

Villa Lara is a detached holiday home in Kas. The propery has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps upto 4 people. The Facilities include air conditioning, FREE Wifi, a Barbeque and a private swimming pool.

Living Area

The living area features Patio Doors leading out to the pool terrace, Sofas, a TV with satellite channels and DVD player, WIFI Internet and a Dining Area


The Kitchen is and features a full oven, cooking stove, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine a filter coffee maker and a toaster.


The property has 2 air-conditioned bedrooms.
Bedroom 2 is air-conditioned and has a double bed and ensuite bathroom.
Bedroom 3 is air-conditioned and has 2 single beds and ensuite bathroom.


Villa Lara has 2 bathrooms.
Bathroom 2 is an ensuite bathroom has W/C.
Bathroom 3 is an ensuite bathroom has W/C.

Pool Area

The property has a private poolwith a BBQ, a dining area, sunbeds and a pergola.
The Pool is 9.0m by 7.0m with a depth of 1.65m at the deepest end and 1.65m at the shallow end.

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2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4


2 Bathrooms

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Jul 2018

Fantastic views, great villa and perfect location to spend a week or two. The four of us (me, my wife and two teenagers) arrived at around 3am in the morning after a 2 hour transfer from Dalaman airport (I can recommend Tunahan Transport for this - £70 each way in a very comfortable Mercedes). So straight to bed and then awaking at about 9am in the morning to stunning views across the bay. First impressions in daylight were that the villa actually looks even better in real life than it does in the website photos. The photos make it look a little sparse, but its actually quite cosy but very roomy and bright. When you open up the sliding doors at the front, its like the downstairs is part of the sunny patio - truly living an outdoor life inside. The patio is where we spent most of our time at the villa, by the pool. The pool is quite large for a private villa, large enough to swim laps. The parasols provide ample shade for the pool beds and all are on wheels so can be moved around to suit. Since the website photos were updated, there has been a wooden pergola added above the outdoor dining set, so this is now also completely in the shade. There are steps up to the villa from the driveway, so probably not suitable for the elderly or infirm. The surrounding gardens are landscaped and theres a little vegetable garden at the rear with chilis and tomatoes. The friendly man who cleans the pool (who lives with his wife beneath Villa Susan next door) offered us to pick the chillies if we wanted some. The kitchen area is spacious and has everything you should need, including a large fridge/freezer, dishwasher and gas hob and oven. Theres also a toaster and kettle, as well as a filter coffee maker. When we arrived there was bread, milk and water waiting for us. Theres also a dining table in the kitchen area, but we always ate outside on the patio. At the opposite end of the ground floor is a living area with two sofas and an armchair. Theres a TV here with local satellite channels (essential for us as we were there for Englands world cup games) and a DVD player. In the central area of the ground floor is an L-shaped sofa, which was a great place to sit and admire the view over the water in the evening or early mornings, with the patio doors fully open and a nice breeze blowing through. Upstairs is an open landing with a bedroom on either side. One bedroom had a large double bed, the other two doubles. Both rooms were spacious and airy, and the main bedroom had a double aspect with a lovely breeze blowing through when open. In the main bedroom you can lie in bed looking out onto the sea and the islands in the distance. Both rooms had ample storage and effective air conditioning. Each room has its own bathroom with a large bath and sit down shower. There is a third floor in the villa, where youll find a washing machine and ironing board. In terms of the location, the villa is the first habitation on the Kas peninsula. The peninsula road runs in front of the villa, but the villa is high up and there was little road noise (its not a busy road anyway). Kas town is about 2.3 miles away. We hired a car from Tunahan at £12 per day and used this to fetch supplies from the supermarkets. We parked on the dual carriageway at the end of the peninsula and walked the rest of the way as the harbour front was a little hectic and not easy to park at (though there is a car park you can pay for effectively on the harbour wall). There is also a supermarket on the opposite side of the bay, on the marina complex, which is slightly bigger and easier to park at, though we found the prices a little higher than the ones in town as its catering for a captive market - the yachts that come and go. There are three hotels within 5-10 mins walk from the villa (including the Barbarossa and the Mavilim) where you can get breakfast, lunch or dinner or use their seaside bathing areas and diving platforms for the price of a coca-cola or beer. Theres also a restaurant about 10 mins walk away from the villa. In the evenings we caught the local bus (Dolmus) that runs every 30 mins, passing the villa at about 10 past and 40 past the hour. You just flag it down and pay 3 TL (about 50p) each. It runs anti-clockwise around the peninsula and takes you right to the harbour in Kas, opposite Smileys restaurant, which is also where you catch it back. On one occasion a taxi passed us, and dropped someone off at the nearby Barbarossa Hotel. On his way back he pulled over as we were waiting for the Dolmus and offered to take us into town for 15TL. As the bus was 12TL for four of us we went for it, so look out for taxis if you prefer the comfort. The normal price of a taxi is 30TL (about £5 - still not bad if you dont want to wait for the bus - we caught the bus into town then the taxi back). Overall we really enjoyed our time at the villa. The views are stunning, especially the sunsets. It was peaceful and easy enough to get into town from. The layout and fixtures and fittings are of a high quality. In all it was a great place to stay. Kas is a bustling town at peak times, but not full of discos and noisy holidaymakers. There are a lot of Turkish holidaymakers here, which makes for a more authentic holiday I think. There are lots of restaurants and bars to choose from for all tastes and budgets. However, even in the higher end restaurants we only paid about 200-300TL for two courses and drinks for four - thats about £34-50. Everything is cheap in Kas. The travel agent (Agni Travel) were helpful and informative, keeping in touch proactively leading up to the holiday.

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