- 6 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 12 + 2
- Home Cinema
- Small Gym
- Kids' TV Rooms
- Light Housekeeping
A large luxury villa in the heart of Sotogrande golf country that sleeps +12, Villa Gauguin's tailor-made for groups of golfers.
It's far from just a 'golf villa', though. With facilities and outdoor space to burn, it's also perfect for large families who need just a little bit of personal space in which to breathe.
And if you are here for the golf... The fairways of Almenara Golf Club are literally at the bottom of the garden; San Roque, La Reserva de Sotogrande, the Real Club de Golf and the stellar Valderrama are all within 10-15 minutes' drive. It just couldn't be better located.
At a glance
5-bedroom main house with a 1-bedroom pool house sleeping up to 12 adults + 2 children
Front-line golf location – the garden opens out on to the fairways of Almenara Golf Club
Sotogrande’s other world-class golf clubs are also on the doorstep
Space in spades inside – the build is 800m2
Extensive gardens on a 2500m2 plot
Peace and quiet in a leafy, upmarket suburban setting
Many bedrooms have their own terraces – and sea views
Home cinema in the basement for movie nights
Gym area for keeping fit on holiday
Fully staffed villa with daily breakfast service, housekeeping and help on hand throughout the day
The dining and beach clubs of Sotogrande are a short taxi ride away
Comfort, Convenience & Lots of Space
Villa Gauguin is a place that was built with convenience firmly in mind. But it also doesn’t come with any of the other associated cons that often come with that tag.
Aesthetically, while it’s not a design villa, it’s big and bold – handsome in a muscular, imposing sort of way.
Inside, it’s comfortable, inviting and homely, with all the necessary facilities and enticingly slouchy seating areas.
Most of all, though, it’s deceptively spacious. It’s a place that’s clearly been designed for families and groups who want to spend a holiday together, without being in each other’s pockets every second of the day.
Wherever you look there’s a little bit of space to call your own. The pool is lined by well-spaced loungers and the house is ringed with seating areas. Many of the large en-suite bedrooms even come with their own private terraces.
Which means that, as well as spending time together with your nearest and dearest, you can catch some rays in peace away from the kids, or lie back with a book and a drink on your own for an hour or two.
Special Spaces – Unforgettable Memories
Villa Gauguin on a summer evening is a picture of what a luxury holiday villa should be like.
Lying on a poolside lounger looking out, the shadows lengthen across the fairways at the end of the garden.
Behind you, two tall palm trees sway and rustle in the remnants of the Atlantic breeze that rolls in from the Straits of Gibraltar.
At one end of the pool candles flicker by the entrance to the pool house; at the other end, members of the party sit under the shaded pergola and chat as they lay the table for dinner.
Go inside to pick up something from the kitchen and you’ll pad barefoot across cool, grassy lawns and past banks of fragrant lavender.
As you head inside you pass the other members of your group. They’re sitting out on the terraces, drinks primed, and watching as the sun slowly dips into the sea in a blaze of oranges, pinks and reds.
It’s a genuinely special moment – of the sort that cherished holiday memories in Spain are made.
How Villa Gauguin works for you
- Spacious 800m2 villa built over 4 floors
- 5 + 1 en-suite bedrooms
- 10m x 5m outdoor pool
- Large, well-kept gardens on a 2500m2 plot
- Modern Gaggenau kitchen
- Shaded poolside gazebo dining area
- Fully equipped home cinema
- Heating and air-conditioning throughout plus ceiling fans in the bedrooms
- Smart TVs in every bedroom plus Netflix
- High-speed WiFi
- Secure, gated property
- Parking for 3 cars on the driveway and indoor garage with direct access into the villa for 2 more
- Multiple terraces and outdoor seating areas
- Fireplaces in several rooms
- Pool house with separate kitchen
- Basement apartment
Your rental includes a complete clean and linen change once a week plus additional light housekeeping in 1 or 2 visits during the week. Additional housekeeping hours can be booked and paid for in advance to cover things like after-dinner clearing up or personal laundry, and we can also source live-in maids if required.
Catered to Your Choosing
If you prefer not to cook, we work with professional villa chefs who can prepare a range of local or international dishes for you and your guests.
For a taste of authentic Spanish cuisine, ask about our gourmet Spanish menus, paella demos, wine tasting, or book a tapas tour with our expert foodie tour guides, Toma & Coe.
When you book a villa with The Luxury Villa Collection, our Guest Experience Team will be on hand to help with all your holiday arrangements to ensure a smooth stay.
Our ‘Little Black Book’ of destination experts, who live locally and are all pre-approved, is at our disposal to help enhance your stay with us.
At Villa Gauguin there’s also a dedicated villa manager who can assist with extra services such as pre-arrival shopping, wine orders, chefs, transfers, masseurs, nannies, etc.
We’ve included a small gift of some gourmet delicacies from Spain to welcome you to the villa.
A complete villa pre-stocking service is available through your Concierge, with goods paid for locally on arrival. We can also stock the bar or bodega for you.
Villa Gauguin is within easy reach of a whole range of amazing experiences to add to your travel memories. From exciting family adventures to world-class golf, gourmet delights to beauty spas, we work closely with the best local suppliers to help make your stay extra special.
For Spanish culture, explore the cities of Andalucia with a personal guide direct from your villa. Enjoy a selection of day tours or bespoke itineraries all with a door to door service in air-conditioned vehicles.
The main living room is a formal and elegant affair with French-style pale gold sofas that comfortably seat 10. It opens out onto a large terrace which wraps around the house offering panoramic views and lots of light.
The second living room is a far more relaxed family lounge on the top floor. It comes with a large TV, card/games table and a huge terrace looking over the countryside to the sea. There’s a small bar with a fridge to keep the kids fuelled up while kicking back and watching a movie or two.
The third main living space is downstairs in the basement. It works well as another kid’s zone, being adjacent to a large bedroom which could house 3 or 4 beds for older children/teens to enjoy their own space.
The indoor dining room is a pleasant space with French doors opening out to the terrace, and handily sits right next to the kitchen for easy service. It comes with a large, dark wood table and 10-12 chairs.
The breakfast room is in the large dining-kitchen. Here there’s a breakfast table seating 6, a small rattan sofa and TV screen, ideal for kids’ breakfasts or a quick snack.
The very large, modern kitchen is decked out with blonde wood units and granite worktops. It’s very well equipped with a Gaggenau gas cooker, large oven, Nespresso, dual fridge-freezer and ice maker. Just outside on the terrace is a gas Outback BBQ for al-fresco dining.
The villa opens directly out on to extensive, well-kept gardens, immaculate lawns, a large private pool and several levels of terraces and wide staircases to maximise the ‘drama’ of the outdoor space.
A shaded gazebo dining area shares space poolside with sun beds on the terrace and magnificent far-reaching views to the sea.
In addition to the gardens, the villa’s home to a couple of great spaces for children: one TV lounge on the top floor, and a home cinema with tiered leather seating in the basement.
There’s also a small gym area in the basement with multigym and weights.
Bedroom 1: A very spacious spring-pastel coloured Master Suite on the first floor comes with a 2x2m Emperor-size bed, a living area with 2 sofas and an open fireplace, and a large dressing room. Doors open out to a huge sea-view terrace with seating which continues around the house. The en-suite bathroom is attractively tiled and comes with a large spa bath (and panoramic views), rain shower cubicle and a twin vanity in travertine marble.
Bedroom 2: A first floor room in vibrant yellow has a King-size bed and sofa, a small TV, sea views and doors that open out onto a terrace. It comes with a café-crème coloured en-suite shower room and a twin vanity in travertine marble.
Bedroom 3: A first floor room in vibrant red has a King-size bed, sea views and a terrace. The tiled en-suite bathroom is in a modern neutral style, and has louvre panels over a bath which opens into the bedroom so you can chat or enjoy the views from the large bath tub. There’s also a separate shower cubicle.
Bedroom 4: A blue and white first floor room has a Queen-size bed with French-style side tables. It’s dual aspect, with a terrace facing the sea and a smaller balcony at the back. The blue en-suite bathroom comes with a small bath, a separate shower and a marble twin vanity.
Bedroom 5: This very spacious basement-level apartment is great for staff or older kids. It has a large living-kitchen-dining area with a white kitchen that’s fully equipped with a ceramic hob, oven, microwave and a round 4-seat dining table. A separate bedroom comes with a King-size bed and space for 2 additional foldaway beds. The en-suite bathroom is blue with neutral décor, a small bath, separate shower and twin basins.
Poolhouse – Bedroom 6: A guest house next to the pool has a large bedroom, dressing room and sitting room with a fireplace. The bedroom is aquamarine-coloured, with a King-size bed and sofa, a sitting room with another sofa or space for a single bed and a cot, making it a nice family suite. The en-suite bathroom, also in light aqua colours, has a shower but no bath and twin basins.