One of a collection of exquisite villas within a quiet Phuket estate, Villa Shyiné is a three-bedroom and three-bathroom villa for six people with lush gardens and high-end amenities. The modern villa features open-concept living areas, high ceilings, panoramic windows and bold wooden accents.
A family-friendly villa, spend your days floating in the eight-metre long green-tiled pool. Here children can enjoy a shallow step-in area or splashing each other in the poolside-outdoor shower. And, perhaps you can enjoy a book and morning coffee from the comfort of the outdoor gazebo or sun loungers.
Who it’s for
Families and tight-knit groups of friends will find Villa Shyiné to be an amazing spot to unwind and fall in love with Phuket.
Villa Shyiné is set in Talang, Phuket. The villa is 4.6 kilometres from Bang Tao Beach, 16.1 kilometres from the beautiful Sirinat National Park and 18 kilometres from the airport.
For golf aficionados, Laguna Golf Phuket is just over 5 kilometres away. The popular Boat Avenue Villa Market is 2.6 kilometres from the villa.
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Food & drink
A private chef is available on request, but we imagine you won’t want to miss out on the restaurants of the Boat Avenue Villa Market while you’re in town. The market features an extensive range of dining establishments, and you’re sure to quickly develop a list of places you’re clamouring to try.
If you’re looking to eat-in, the villa has all the kitchen appliances you could need and has two lovely formal dining areas – indoors and in the courtyard!
All three bedrooms are ensuite and luxuriously appointed with brilliant wooden touches, Thai artwork and large, heavenly bathrooms – we love a good rain shower!
The best bits
We’re a bit obsessed with the pool. The green tiles and the step-in area are fabulous and perfect for those with small children who just need a good splash about.
The outdoor gazebo is the perfect place to put up your feet and just chill in the mornings, and we can’t help but love the coconut trees that dot the property.
Also, who doesn’t love floor-to-ceiling windows that absorb the light and view!
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