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The design of Auraliya – with nearly all the rooms facing a central pool area – offers plenty of privacy from the outside world. The build is symmetrical; twin corridors extending towards the sea with three bedrooms off each side and the vivid blue cruciform swimming pool lying between them. The dining and living pavilions directly face each other across the pool.    

At the furthest end of each corridor are a pair of family suites, which share conduit bathrooms with generous circular terrazzo tubs, an inside and an outside shower and twin washbasins.  Each suite has two bedrooms – a master with expansive sea views and huge king-size four-poster beds and a second bedroom either with a queen-size bed or a double and a single bed (able to sleep three). The final two suites (one twin and one double) are close to the dining pavilion and come with private ensuite bathrooms with terrazzo tubs, inside and outside showers and twin washbasins. All six bedrooms feature four-poster beds, cushioned dorma window seats, air conditioning and ceiling fans. Each suite is also fitted with a safe.    

The living and dining pavilions are identical in structure with cool floors and high roofs; both are fan-cooled. The dining table seats 12 whilst the chill-out lounge offers direct views of the sea in cushioned comfort. Towards the rear of the property and close to the mesmerising entrance pond is an air conditioned TV Room with squashy sofas that offers the ideal scene for kicking back and watching a good movie, or catching up on the day’s news. Opposite the TV Room is the fully equipped kitchen with centre-island and extensive worktops available for guests to use, although we think this scenario is unlikely given the enthusiasm of the chef.

In the front garden is another pavilion, used as a bar and as a popular breakfast venue. Opposite, under the swaying palms, is a built-in lounge for soaking in sea and sunset views.

 

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