The property comprises
A beautifully spacious lounge, approximately 31 sq. m with doors leading out onto the large terrace and landscaped gardens. A bright, airy dining area designed open plan to the kitchen, again with doors to terrace. A very well appointed kitchen complete with all white goods, oven, hob, hood, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and large pantry. Leading from the kitchen is a large utility area and, also on the ground floor is a cloakroom.
A bright, large master bedroom with en suite shower room facilities. Further two double bedrooms plus bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle with power shower. The property has ceramic floors throughout and fully tiled bathroom and cloakroom areas. Concealed and individually controlled air conditioning providing heating and cooling facilities to the living areas and bedrooms. Beautifully curved stone staircases add a touch of elegance to the property. The spacious terrace and balconies cover 37.03 sq.m.
The Augusus Village is based in the picturesque five star Augustus Resort, Antalya. The Augustus Village is a gated community situated in a desirable area on the outskirts of the village of Tasagil, between Side and Belek, set around the beautiful landscaped courtyards and free flowing fountains. Antalya International airport is just 35 minutes away, Close to the golf resort of Belek and several of the regions best golf courses. An impressive 300 days of sunshine annually make this an all year round destination. The Villages Onsite Facilities include:
Property preparation and maid service
Excursions and golf booking
24/7 on-site security
9 external swimming pools
24/7 Management Suite
Boutique shops and supermarket
Outdoor relaxation areas
The Turkish Riviera is set in one of the best locations in the world, surrounded by ancient cities and a turquoise sea, and is looked upon as the new face of Turkish tourism. Approximately 10 minutes drive from the resort beautiful sandy beaches are available to enjoy and for the active to embrace the many water sports on offer. Paragliding, water skiing, jet skis, underwater diving and yachting are just some of the activities in the area. Away from the beach front you can find beautiful National Parks with magnificent waterfalls and flora. Perhaps you would prefer mountaineering, caving, white water rafting, hunting or fishing - you choose. Turkey is possibly one of the very few countries in the world where you can go skiing in the morning and swimming in the sea in the afternoon!
For guests, who are enthusiastic golfers, this area is your oyster. Belek is now home to 8 championship golf courses including the newly opened Nick Faldo course, with a further three under construction, and a target of more than 100 courses to achieve to meet the countrys aim to become the golfing centre of Europe. All of this to be enjoyed at prices that will delight you and the resort management staff can book tee times and provide transport to and from the courses.
One of the best known waterfalls in Turkey is located on the Oymapinar dam road, 3 km from the town of Manavgat. This is a particularly lush area with three good sized rivers to provide water. The average capacity of the river here is 155m3 per second.
The waterfall is on one of the tributaries of the Aksu river and, nestling in the middle of a pine forest, is exceptionally beautiful. The countryside around the falls provides a lovely picnic area and pleasure spot and is just 30 minutes from Augustus Village. Kursunlu offers a unique experience of being able to walk behind the cascade. Its claim to fame is that it was used in the television advertisement for Timotei shampoo.
About one third of Turkey is underlain by carbonate rocks. The intense rock stratum is spread almost all over Turkey. It is found particularly in the regions of the Taurus Mountain Range. In the town of Alanya lies the cave of Dalmatas, which contains spectacular stalactites and stalagmites and the moist atmosphere is said to relieve asthma and chest complaints.
Perge is the second biggest ancient city in Anatolia and is situated in the district of the town of Aksu. The ruins of the city are vast and although excavations started in 1946 today the city has still not been fully uncovered. Here you will find the ruins of the once magnificent theatre, a u-shaped stadium which is still in a very good state of preservation, a Gateway and the remains of the wall that surrounded Perge in the Hellenistic period.
Turkeys diverse regions have different climates, with the weather system on the coasts contrasting with that prevailing in the interior. The Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have cool rainy winters and hot, moderately dry, summers.
A deposit of 20% for the rental of the vila will be required on booking, coupled with a final balance payment 6 weeks prior to the occupancy and an additional security deposit of £200 - which is payable to cover loss of villa keys, breakages etc. This will be returned in full within 10 working days after the end of the rental period.
Will consider: Long term lets (over 1 month), Short-breaks (4 days or fewer)
Fully equipped kitchen with kettle.
Onsite facility notes:
9 external swimming pools, Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Shared garden, Children's pool, Boutique shops and supermarket, Pool bar, Outdoor relaxation areas
Other facility notes:
Please check with the advertiser regarding linen and towels.
Property preparation and maid service.
24/7 on-site security.
The property is Just 10 minutes from Augustus Village you can visit the beautiful and bustling town of Side, situated on a peninsula one kilometre long and four hundred metres wide. The name Side in the Anatolian language means pomegranate. Here you can indulge your hunger of times gone by with the abundance of historic monuments, museums, the superb Side theatre where the annual festival of the area is held, and the magnificent grandeur of Apollos Temple almost stretching into the arms of the sea. But Side has more to offer for its many visitors such as the plethora of shops with colourful vendors and goods and cosy little restaurants where the visitor can relax and enjoy good local food.
Here, among the ruins of Aspendos, you can find the best preserved ancient theatre in Turkey, built with a seating capacity of around 20,000 and one that is still in use today. During the summer months you can attend a concert, ballet or opera depending on the current programme for the season. This is truly an opportunity not to miss. Aspendos also offers views of a once magnificent aqueduct, constructed in Roman times around the 1st or 2nd century A.D.
Although Antalya is today a modern city there are still traces of old Turkey that are worth searching for. The Hidirlik tower stills stands and the Karatay Medresse, an ancient castle overlooking the harbour with its old houses nestled inside. If the regions art and history is for you then you must visit the Antalya Museum.
Great for: Walking holidays, Rural / countryside retreats, Beach or lakeside relaxation, A winter sun break, Good nightlife, Cycling holidays
The property is 35 minutes away from Antalya Airport.
Direct flights from all major UK airports
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|Start date||End date||Weekly rate||Week night rate||Weekend night||Minimum stay|
|01 Apr 2013||31 May 2013||£325||£60||£60||3 nights|
|01 Jun 2013||30 Sep 2013||£375||£60||£60||3 nights|
|01 Oct 2013||31 Dec 2013||£325||£60||£60||3 nights|
|Local leisure activities||
Watersports, Fishing, Golf, Tennis, Horse riding, Walking, Beach
|Nearest points of interest||
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