Private villas with pools provide the privacy, luxury and value for money you will be looking for from your holiday budget. Whether you’re spending your holiday near an ocean resort or a mountain retreat, private villas with pools offer the ultimate in luxury as well as privacy.
Leasing private villas with pools can be an affordable option as well. Typically, the cost of leasing villas abroad is less expensive than staying in a hotel, so you and your family can enjoy a longer stay for less money. In addition, villas offer more spaciousness than hotel lodgings, as well as a great deal more privacy.
Private villas with pools also provide you, your family and your guests with your own pool time; you won’t have to share the pool area with strangers, nor will you have to adhere to opening and closing hours. The pool is yours for the length of your stay, no matter when you want to use it. You won’t have to worry about getting up early to reserve a lounger, nor will you have to wait for others to leave before you can enjoy a poolside spot. In addition, you won’t have to contend with the crowds and noise that you encounter in the pool area of a crowded resort hotel.
The image above shows an example of a villa with a private pool. This villa is located in Sant Jordi, Ibiza and has 6 bedrooms and sleeps up to 12 people. It is available from £2,173/€2,625 per week.
Not only do villas provide more luxury and privacy; they also provide more living space. With an added private pool, this space is enhanced considerably, giving you an entire separate area for entertaining or for uninterrupted relaxing. If you want to give a pool party, you can do so any time of day or night, and you can invite as many friends as you wish.
As far as cost is concerned, each property management company has different lease options. Likewise, individual landlords also offer their own leasing options as well. For some landlords and property management companies, private villas with pools will cost a bit more than villas without pools. This, however, isn’t always the case; some landlords and property managers lease all of their villas at a standard all-inclusive rate that includes a private pool on the premises.
While every arrangement is different, typically the tenant has the responsibility of keeping the pool clean and adding chlorine when needed, but otherwise, the landlord is usually responsible for all other pool maintenance, including major cleaning jobs. This means that you won’t have to worry about maintaining the pump or other equipment; you’ll be able to enjoy your holiday without having to take care of anything but the most basic, simplest pool requirements. If there are any problems with pool equipment, the landlord — or someone representing him — will be nearby to deal with any maintenance concerns.
The image above shows an example of a villa with a private pool. This villa is located in Ayia Napa, Cyprus and has 4 bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. It is available from £927/€1,120 per week.
In the end, villas with pools are well worth budgeting for, even if they add a bit to the overall cost of your holiday. Villas are still usually less expensive than hotels, and the added benefit of a private pool will not only greatly enhance the quality of your experience, but will also give you the added space, privacy and relaxation that everyone needs while on holiday.