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Quinta da Graça is a charming Indo-Portuguese colonial mansion, in the quiet village of Saligao. This heritage property, which dates back to the early 1940s, has been lovingly retained in its original and additions have been tastefully incorporated, keeping the Goan essence intact.
The interiors give off an aura of peace and serenity - an excellent setting for bonding with friends and family, or a restful holiday.
- Rate inclusive of complimentary breakfast Rates are for double occupancy A child below 10 years will be charged Rs. 400/- a night inclusive of breakfast Extra bedding will be provided for an extra adult or 2 children below 10 years Extra bedding @ Rs. 1,000/- a night, inclusive of breakfast Refund against cancellation is possible subject to us getting a replacement booking for the same dates. Check-in at 12:00 hrs and Check- out at 11:00 hrs Please contact us directly and at least 2 days in advance for tour packages, taxi or transport arrangements.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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Get to know me, I was born in Goa and was educated in various places in India. Basically i am a technical person, worked most of my life offshore out of Dubai. After retiring I have set up Quinta Da Graca specifically because i like to meet people from all over the world sitting in my balcao sipping on tea. I also love my Goan culture and am an avid collector of Goan Antiques and artifacts.
Because of my collection i have acquired great knowledge about Goan art and antiquity which i will be glad to share with my guests.I also advice my guests about what to see, where to eat and the best way to travel in any particular instance.
My property, Quinta da Graça is a charming Indo-Portuguese colonial mansion, in the quiet village of Saligao. This heritage property, which dates back to the early 1940s, has been lovingly retained in its original and additions have been tastefully incorporated, keeping the Goan essence intact.