Play relax and sleep are just some of the things we plan to do when we book a villa holiday.
These bedroom and bathroom styles range from the contemporary to the more traditional but are all quite unique!
They can be enjoyed at our featured villas holidays from the north to the south of Portugal:
Although not officially a bedroom, you can certainly while the hours away at this Douro Valley villa rental, featuring a chill-out terrace and day bed designed to maximize the spectacular vistas over the swimming pool towards steep vineyard terraces typical of the region.
Rent Douro Villa I for 6 + 3 guests and a minimum of 3 nights.
With this view, you might never want to get out of bed when you rent this luxury Douro villa! But in fact, all 3 double bedrooms at this holiday villa enjoy outstanding views in the heart of the Douro Valley.
Douro Villa II is available to rent for 8 + 3 guests and a minimum of 3 nights rental applies.
Staying in a Lisbon Coast villa means a must visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra. And after a long day exploring its palaces and lush gardens, what better than coming back to a luxurious rental home and bathroom where you can truly unwind. Think romantic and elegant blues, that calm and delight!
You can rent Palacete de Sintra for up to 10 guests, for a minimum of 4 nights.
A Lisbon Coast rental, this unique and striking small palace sits on Portugal’s famous Riviera seafront between Cascais and Guincho beach. It has a super spacious master bedroom suite with dressing room, marble bathroom and floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, enjoying views over the Atlantic Ocean!
Palacete Cascais is available to rent for up to 12 guests and a minimum of 4 nights applies.
Fall asleep to the sound of waves at this Comporta rental villa, located just a few minutes away from Pego beach!
The master bedroom suite has a 4-poster bed and floor-to-ceiling windows opening onto a west-facing terrace and the stunning bathroom completes the just-off-the-beach vibe.
We love the ethnic chic style of this luxury Comporta rental, deriving from the owners great wanderlust – the villa has been decorated with unique pieces sourced from all four corners of the globe, from driftwood furniture from Bali to masks from Mozambique; whilst the smooth cement floors are heated in the colder months, so that you can walk around barefoot all year round!
Comporta Beach Villa is available to rent for up to 10 guests, for a minimum rental period of a week.
Looking out onto a peaceful pine forest whilst taking an outdoor shower or bathing in this luxury marble tub and enjoying the rosemary and lavender garden scents seeping in at this luxury Comporta villa rental, can’t get more indulgent than this …
You can rent As Oliveiras for 6 or 10 guests, for a minimum of 1 week rental applies.
Travel back in time when you sleep in the Castle Bedroom Suite at this Alentejo villa rental: the twin 4-poster beds enjoy views towards the Moorish castle.
This quintessential Portuguese manor recently converted into an Alentejo holiday home, dates back to the 18th century but offers 21st-century comforts like this contemporary shower bathroom – the wall of vintage tiles was the idea of the property owner, who sought to use his own private collection of tiles.
The Manor House is available for large group or family holiday rentals of 12+ guests, for a minimum of 4 nights.
The two tower suites at this luxurious and stunning East Algarve villa rental, each feature an exceptional bedroom and bathroom with a private terrace. Whilst the villa rental includes a rooftop swimming pool and terrace, the town of Olhão faces the Ria Formosa estuary and some outstanding beautiful beaches. These tower suites are obviously more suited for those who don’t mind a few steps, but why would you come down from your tower with morning racing pigeon flypasts and beautiful starry nights to enjoy…
Olhão Town House is suitable for large parties up to 24 guests and for a minimum stay of 5 nights.
A long long time ago, Al-Gharb (Southern Portugal) was occupied by the Moors and its capital Chelb (now called Silves) was ruled the by powerful Ibn-Almundin. He was a conqueror of lands and fought many battles. One day amongst the prisoners of one of his battles, he saw and fell in lov