The villa is very spacious, larger than it looks on the pictures. The small pool a welcome addition and we enjoyed the use of the small coal BBQ at nights.
The villa is not advertised with air con, there is a unit in the main living room which works but there is no remote control so stays on at 22 degrees, during our stay it was particularly hot, there are no fans and it was extremely difficult trying to sleep in the boiling hot bedrooms. We asked if fans could be provided and this was declined, we felt this pretty poor customer service given the cost of stay and would have hoped the owners or agents would have wanted to help make our stay more comfortable. They suggested leaving door shutters down but vents open which made no difference, if you leave doors open you are plagued by mosquitoes, needless to say we were covered in pesky bites even wearing high strength repellent.
The kitchen needs some appliance updating, the toaster didn't work, the plinth in the kitchen is loose and kept dropping on our feet- painful, there is only a broken wooden chopping board, only one large blunt knife, only two large coffee cups, no ice cube trays.
There is literally nothing in the kitchen in terms of basic supplies, I appreciate this is self catering but usually as a welcome pack you at least get a bottle of water in the fridge. There is not so much as salt and pepper, you generally find some store cupboard basics in rentals but here there is nothing, be mindful of this if you arrive late at night as we did.
The maid service is non existent, we had our towels replaced once, the bedding was the same throughout the stay. We had to get the plumbers out during our stay as the ensuite toilet flush was broken.
The villa is close to the beaches and the few restaurants in Sagres, Sagres itself is a strange place, seems like they were gearing for a boom which never came and the place has been left to decay, the money ran out. There is very little to do there apart from the beachs, we went for surf and had to travel to find it. There are a few restaurants but no bars to just chill and drink. It is most definitely not touristy and lots of places are closed down, boarded up and covered in graffiti.
We had a day trip to Lagos and this would be where we would go back to next time.