9 of us stayed in this house in October this year. The prices at this time of the year are very reasonable if you can get enough people together to share the overall cost.
The main house itself comfortably sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms. 2 teenagers slept in bunks in a separate bedroom in a separate smaller bungalow on the property. We originally thought the other 2 teens could also sleep on the fold out camping-type beds in the living/kitchen area of the bungalow but this would not have been a comfortable or highly practical solution for any of them. They ended up sleeping in the living room of the main house, and since the adults were so kaputt after long days in the surf or on the beach and consequently mostly went to bed early, the 2 teens had relatively good night's sleep. It's important to note that essentially there are 4 bedrooms that sleep 2 people each.
Apart from the slightly complicated sleeping arrangements staying in the house was a very pleasant experience. It is not as luxurious or as well-appointed as I had imagined it would be but it certainly had all the basics. The kitchen is big enough but they could probably do with some extra glasses and a few more cooking utensils. (I had to buy a peeler!) The dishwasher (and the washing machine) worked well.
The location is great, close to a beautiful swimming beach and 5 mins by car to the center of Sagres. The view from the living room and eating area is stupendous. The house is situated in the Martinal resort which made me think it might be noisy at night. It wasn't. I slept like a baby. So did most of the other babies and kids staying in the surrounding accommodation of which there were plenty.
The teenies loved the pool and adults the pool area generally. More great views to be enjoyed there.
All in all the house was terrific. It does need I think a few more homely touches here and there. It did have a slightly sterile feel to it. A few pictures for example would help, so would a table and mirror?? in the bare entrance area - somewhere to put your keys and wallet when you walk in the door would makes sense.
One other negative. The sliding glass doors that enclose the indoor-outdoor eating area cannot be locked, which meant that we had to put down the shutters/rollers on the other 3 sides at night and every time we left the house. Inconvenient to say the least .