It’s not only the view you get, it’s the whole concept of a space designed with sustainability and natural ventilation in mind. The villa remains cool on hot days (and they can be hot!). Facing the ocean it was built to let a constant breeze in. The inner courtyard/garden connecting ground and the upper floor is open to the blue skies and allows a constant mild draft to cool the house throughout the day.
Building materials and furniture were selected not only for their style but also for their durability. As an example, you will sit, dine and sleep in furniture hand-made using 150 years old teak wood! Entering the house one’s eyes cannot but be drawn into a big space. High ceilings, a long corridor along the rooms on this floor leading to the kitchen, a grand staircase with beams each a wholesome 22′ long piece of Teak wood invites you to go upstairs, giving you a hint of what you will discover on the upper floor…
A bridge connecting the master bedroom and the dining area, passing along an open courtyard, a dining area tucked a few steps below the main living and its design pool. And the view is just sensational and unique in the fort.
Not all villas are designed to be child or kid friendly. Always inform your agent or the company you are dealing with if you are traveling with children or babies. There are many villas in Phuket, Koh Samui, and Bali that are kid friendly especially the ones that are built on a flat ground, mostly beachfront villas.
There are many things to consider booking or choosing the right villa. First you need to identify your wants and needs. How many guests you will be traveling with, do you wish to be near the beach or the sea, or you’d prefer to be on the hillside or hilltop?
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