Villa Pegasus

Near Split, Central DalmatiaSleeps: 10 + 5From €4620 per week
Villa Pegasus
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Summary
  • Sleeps 10 + 5
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Fully air-conditioned
  • WiFi
  • Private pool
  • Distance to beach: 680 metres
  • Distance to coast : 680 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 1.0 km
Introduction

A huge family villa with a beautiful garden and pool, play areas, great views, close to Split

What we say
Luxurious Villa Pegasus is perfect for families with children. Excellent facilities including fitness room, sauna and children's play area
Prices per week
The accommodation is priced in euros. Prices in £ or $ are indicative.
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  • 11.May.2019 - 07.Jun.2019
  • €5180
  • 08.Jun.2019 - 05.Jul.2019
  • €7000
  • 06.Jul.2019 - 23.Aug.2019
  • €8050
  • 24.Aug.2019 - 30.Aug.2019
  • €7000
  • 31.Aug.2019 - 13.Sep.2019
  • €5180
  • 14.Sep.2019 - 11.Oct.2019
  • €4620
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If booking online you will have the option to pay in your card’s local currency

A refundable damage deposit of €500.00 is payable in cash on arrival

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Sleeps

  • 10 + 5 persons

Bedrooms

  • 4 x Double bedroom
  • 1 x Twin bedroom
  • 1 x Two accessory beds available
  • 1 x Double sofa bed
  • 1 x Single sofa bed

Bathrooms

  • 2 x Separate wc
  • 3 x Shower room
  • 2 x Ensuite Bathroom with bath tub

Pool

  • Private pool

Internet

  • WiFi

Cooling and heating

  • Fully air-conditioned

Indoor

  • Satellite TV
  • Safe
  • Bedlinen provided, weekly
  • Bath towels provided, weekly
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • Hairdryer
  • Wine cellar

Kitchen

  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Fridge with freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Toaster

Outdoor

  • Outside dining area
  • Outside kitchen
  • Barbecue
  • Boat mooring

Activities

  • Fitness room
  • Sauna
  • Children's outdoor play area

Characteristics

  • Plot area: 1300 m2

Distances

  • Nearest beach: 680 metres
  • Nearest coast: 680 metres
  • Nearest shop: 300 metres
  • Nearest restaurant: 1.0 km
  • Nearest cafe/bar: 600 metres
  • Nearest airport: 6 km (Split)

An immense property of 1300 square metres, Villa Pegasus encompasses a three storey house and a beautiful garden with an amazing pool, which is definitely the villa's main feature. The villa is designed in an extremely modern style, complemented with some traditional pieces of furniture. It is highly comfortable and very luxurious, intended for 10-15 people, who can all spend a wonderful time here, in the town of Kastela. It is a real paradise for families with children. This extremely nice town with stone architecture is located just 11 km from Trogir Town and 15 km from the city of Split, which you won't regret visiting.

Villa Pegasus - near Split

Accommodation

Ground floor

The ground floor is comprised of an open plan sitting area with wooden floors, two sofas, two armchairs with foot stools, which can be used as an extra seating. It also has a satellite LCD TV and a large French door opening into the garden and overlooking the pool. Plants are a perfect addition to this living area with a relaxing atmosphere. The raised kitchen area with tiled floor is separated from the sitting area with an astounding bar/aquarium giving the area a peaceful and a luxurious touch at the same time. The white kitchen with brown wooden worktops is equipped with fridge/freezer, electric cooker, oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, electric kettle, teapot, all cooking utensils and table ware. The joint dining area has a big dining table which can sit 10 people. It is completely surrounded with panoramic doors, offering views of the pool and the garden. This floor also has a separate toilet and a double bedroom in beige and brown tones with an ensuite shower room and direct access into the garden.

First floor

The open plan ground floor area has a staircase of quirky design which matches perfectly with the design of the rest of the interior, and leads onto the first floor. Here you will find two bathrooms with beautiful mosaic-tiled baths, and two double bedrooms, one of which has a walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom and a private balcony overlooking the pool. This floor also has a charming children's room with two single beds, with colourful table and stools in the middle of the room. Bed linen and bath towels provided.

Basement

The basement consists of one extra double bedroom with wooden furniture, a shower room, sauna, and a private fitness and play room. There is also one more kitchen with an oven, a stone barbecue and a rustic dining table with two long benches and two chairs.

Outside

The centre of the courtyard is reserved for an extremely long mosaic-tiled pool, surrounded by a sun deck with plenty of sun loungers, parasols and an outdoor sitting area. To one side of the pool there is a tennis table and to the other side there is a garden planted with Mediterranean vegetation and a playground area for children, with trampoline, swings and a slide.

Additional Information

  • Boat mooring and boat for excursions for extra charge
  • Baby cot and feeding chair provided
  • Bed linen and bath towels changed weekly
  • Private parking for 5 cars

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Split Airport

Split Airport is located to the west of Split close to the town of Trogir. It is 20 minutes drive from the airport to the ferry port in Split.
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