Lorenzo's A+ Studio 1 - ARTIST NEST (fast wifi)

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Cute little self contained studio, perfect for your stay in Arambol, with everything you need and very well located in a still quite peaceful yet central area, 3 minute walk to the beach. Artistically decorated and comfy make it ideal for couple/single traveller. high seppd fibre optic internet available in all my places now.

The space
Located in the 1st floor of the chill out building, is this studio flat 1 (artist Nest) featuring a generous size room with a big double bed (w lovely mosquito net), clean white cotton sheets & towels, duvet & comfy pillows, with a ceiling fan right above it. There is a chill out corner where one can eat, read, rest, etc. The kitchen is equipped with all essentials for cooking, coffee maker, stove, fridge, etc. The generous sized toilet has hot shower and western style toilet, all very clean ( I take cleaning seriously) and supplied with toiletries. There is a small balcony (not private) with a view to everyday day life of Indian families. The Artist Nest is funky decorated and has very good vibe.



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LocasLove accommodation in Arambol / mandrem / ashvem North goa, provides for comfortable and charming homes to stay at different budgets. All our places are all well located, clean, have good mattresses and beddings, equipped kitchen, furnished, arty and styled, hot water, thoughtful warm lighting and fast wifi.
The budget varies according to quality of structure / architecture, furniture quality, equipment provided and which village its located.

Our rating is as follows;

A+++ high standard home, with good western style finishing, well equipped and furnished with quality furniture. If you looking for luxury and comfort these are for you.

A++ good home, decent finishing, fully furnished, moderately equipped. – medium budget home if you need to save money yet want a little more comfort.

A + simple but comfy and cute home, ok finishing, moderately equipped, furnished with inventive re-used materials very charming and clean– if you’re on a budget, but still want something above the Arambol standard, this is for you.

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Free parking on premises
Washing machine
Patio or balcony
Luggage drop-off allowed
Cot
Pack ’n play/Travel cot
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Arambol, Goa, India

Arambol is one of the last places in Goa where the hippie movement is still alive. It has a very laid back (non commercial) atmosphere and a great vibe which touches everyone who passes by. It is a little bubble of creative energy supported by all sorts of amazing people who come every season to enjoy this place and practice their art. It is a home of musicians, singers, dancers, clowns, contacters, yogis, acros, meditators, tantrics, artists, jugglers of all corners, artisans, actors, poets, designers, performers, therapists, teachers, gurus and all kind of beautifully crazy characters from all over the world. This mixed energy creates one of the most beautiful places on earth for 5 months a year. Combined with arambol’s natural exotic beauty and the inherent incredibility of India; Magic happens every single season!


If you like having everything close by on your holidays but prefer to avoid mass tourism, this location is for you. The beach, yoga classes, markets, nice cafés and restaurants are just a step away. In high season there are also many events, workshops, live-music, parties, night-markets etc. to keep you entertained. Although it can get quite crowded during high season it is always very laid-back with much more of a alternative traveller vibe than a touristic one.


In season;
Everyday there is live music in different venues made by musicians from all over the world who perform with super eclectic bands (arambol is renown for live music, specially eastern sounds, and not so much for the party scene which is more in Anjuna)
There are wonderful workshops of every kind not to be missed. Great Yoga teachers of every kind (specially ashtanga yoga with Balu). All types of beautiful therapies, massages, meditations, courses etc.
There are markets from super talented artisans, and designers
North Goa is surprisingly exciting for foodies with fantastic restaurants for every budget, every taste. Amazing music venues with performances.
And there is simply the beach should you want to just come and relax in this creative environment.

Check out youtube videos of arambol for an idea.

There is also super nice beaches, some secret, around this area. I have a list of recommendations of the most amazing places nearby.

Season in Goa:
Starts slowly around end of October through November. December starts picking up and christams and NYE is peak season. These 2 weeks can get quite crowded and prices tend to soar up the roof. February to March is super nice April drops until May where everthing closes down. June to September is off-season and monsoon kicks in. It is also a beautiful time to come and see arambol in its pure form, although there is not much open and expect heavy rain.

Weather in Goa:
November, October –slightly hot and humid
December, January – best weather, great temperature, can even get slightly chilly at night which is great, the only time when you wear a light jumper.
February, March –bit hot and humid but ok
April, May –starts to get more hot and humid
June to September –Monsoon.

Arambol territory;
Arambol is a small village which goes along the beach with about 3 km from north to south.
North end of arambol near the cliff is the mass touristic side. Hotels, bars, loud restaurants, tourists, shops fill the street and beach with vibrant energy, alcohol, trance music and loud, normally drunk tourists. If you want to be in the epicenter of touristic arambol then this is the place. Beach is normally very busy on that end and filled with restaurants playing music.
All the way south arambol is the opposite, more quiet and peaceful, yet quite far from everything. There is lack of shops and restaurants and one has to walk a bit to find anything or go anywhere and is mainly Russian people. Great for people who just want to beach and relax and mind their own business (but best for that is Keri beach, a bit more north of arambol, super quiet beach)
Center of Arambol is, in my opinion, the best of both worlds; it is secluded enough to keep peaceful yet very near to everything. All my listing are here in a super nice neighborhood; perfect location and atmosphere. Its 3 minute walk to the beach, it has one of the classic restaurants of arambol, the arcan bar which is really good and affordable. Internet shops, wine shop, organic shop, 3 of the best yoga shalas, the best vegetarian/vegan restaurant in arambol (magic park), cheap eats around the corner, washing and bike renting also available and is still not flooded by tourists. It is where many of the “local foreigners” (people that come every season) live for that reason. Its where I live as well.

Hosted by Lourenco

  1. Joined in July 2014
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I am a super chilled guy and I love to travel and meet new people. I practice meditation, yoga and I am a regression therapist. I have lived in many places around India and after coming to Goa frequently in the past years, I decided to make it my home. Looking forward to welcome you to this amazing place!
I am a super chilled guy and I love to travel and meet new people. I practice meditation, yoga and I am a regression therapist. I have lived in many places around India and after c…

During your stay

I live close by and am available to help out. I enjoy meeting new people and always do my best to accommodate my guests needs. I have devised an arambol survival pack with good tips.
If you want I can help you with motorbike rental, laundry and any other thing you may need for your stay.
I live close by and am available to help out. I enjoy meeting new people and always do my best to accommodate my guests needs. I have devised an arambol survival pack with good tip…
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Checkout: 11:00 am

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