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Marbella guesthouse Goa. This Magnificent house was built with a Portuguese colonial mansion in mind, but taking a few creative liberties, to form a rare blend of poetic architecture. Colonial and Indian antiques mix with comfortable cane furniture to create the perfect luxury for your holiday. Fort Aguada beach is a 10 minute stroll through Sinquerim village, but transportation in the form of rented bikes, cars, jeeps, or taxis is ready available, to explore the more distant reaches of Goa's beauty.

This idyllic location is one of North Goa's very much sought after holiday destinations. This elegant Portuguese style guest house was bought in 1985 while still under construction. Dian and Monika Singh Rarewala completed all work by 1988 to the splendid house it is today. Dian has been blessed with his wife Susan, who oversees the many chores carried out by the Marbella staff to keep the guest house at its finest

The Marbella houses 3 very stylish suites and 3 spacious rooms. Both suites and rooms have en-suite, air conditioning, and TV. The team works hard to welcome you to their guest house and are always at your service to ensure your stay at the Marbella is memorable. The elegant dining areas are the perfect place for a romantic or social meal. The menu at the Marbella caters for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving a wide variety of western and Indian delicacies and is happy to cater for your personal taste. Fresh seafood and barbecues are available on request; simply place your order in the morning with a member of staff. The restaurant stays open from 8 am till 11 pm, but snacks and drinks are available 24 hours from the night porter.

The Marbella stays open during the monsoon months, where as lots of accommodation closes. Goa in the monsoon can be quite a treat and if you stay in the Marbella it is not such a hardship if you are housebound for a few hours. During monsoon the rain falls heavy and can last from 4 hours to 2 days, but when the rain stops the sun will shine once again. Goa attracts many people during high season, but to visit in the monsoon is to experience the true beauty, free from the hustle and bustle the high season brings.