Marbella Guest House, a Goan gem in Candolim


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Marbella Guest House, located on a leafy, quiet street, is an ideal, great value spot for a stay in Candolim at the southern end of North Goa, close to the Mandovi River and Fort Aguada. (Candolim is a much nicer area to stay in than Calangute or Baga, greener, quieter, with nicer restaurants and shops). (Don’t miss Newton’s Supermarket for Goan specialities to take home).

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A pleasant restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, is set around a lovely garden and serviced by an impeccably clean and efficient kitchen.

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Guests can watch happy and friendly staff prepare their meals from fresh ingredients.

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Banana lassi                                    The freshest, greenest palak (spinach) paneer (cheese)!


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Tastefully decorated rooms are complimented by a comfortable sitting area.



Rajasthani suite ($AUS46 low season)



Garden room ($AUS33 low season)

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Bouganvillea room ($AUS31 low season)

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Owned and run by the an ex-Bitish/German couple for 30 years, this charming guesthouse is open all year round and prices start at about $AUS30 in the low season (discounts for four nights or longer.)

Look for the Bus Station and Taj Fort Aguada.

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