Birdsong – Colonial Atmosphere


Goa, India


Nestled in a charming little village, this amazing Portuguese house, which is 200 years old, is a very delightful place. It has been beautifully renovated with up-to-date materials and facilities. We are in love with the bathrooms, which are all uniquely different, some with external showers and some with huge bathtubs. The owner renovated the villa for himself and his family, making you feel privileged to be allowed into such a beautifully private place. The environment is very quiet except for the pleasant sound of bird songs that surround you. If you are looking for a peaceful, back-to-nature retreat, look no further.

6 suites (super Deluxe and family Duplex) or you can book the whole villa for 16 adults

Buffet breakfast included

Excellent cook for all your meals on demand. Do not forget to send your request by email before your arrival, at least for the first dinner or lunch. There is a pool bar available with snacks and beverages.

Beautiful swimming pool, steam room and massage room (masseur on demand) books and board games

Village life, make sure you visit the church, our Lady of Immaculate Conception, built in 1636.

Ajuna Beach 12 km away


Birdsong, Calzor Moira-Bardez, Goa 403507, India

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