Me and my wife's parents stayed in the villa with our 7 month old daughter.
Upon arriving we were greeted by the caretaker. The house was kept in very good condition. The bathrooms have recently had a makeover to a very good standard and the kitchen is well stocked with crockery and utensils with all the mod-cons available.
The beds were slightly uncomfortable due to being old sprung mattresses but nothing that laying a spare duvet under your bed sheet can't fix. You do have to take your own towels and bed linen. The wi-fi is temperamental in the left house due to its proximity to the router which is located in the other house.
The garden houses an old barbecue that does need attention. size wise it is a fair size with outdoor dining facilities and sun loungers. The trees make for a nice closed area but through the pine trees you come out onto the 'La Foret' golf course and some beautiful scenery under sunset.
The house is close enough to town and a short drive from... Plus