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overwater villa that sleeps more than 2

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We are hoping to take a trip to the Maldives, or possibly Thailand or Malaysia and we'd like to stay in an overwater villa/bungalow that has at least a decent house reef so we can go snorkeling right at the resort. The problem is that it seems almost all of the overwater villas only sleep 2.

I did find one place that had family villas but their idea of children is only under 12. Our kids will be 12 and 13 at the time of the trip, and would happily sleep in bunk beds or something similar.

Does anybody know of anywhere that could help us out? We'd prefer not to have to get 2 villas because 1) it would be very expensive 2) there is no guarantee we'd be close to each other 3) we'd just like to stay together.

If the place is at least half-board then that would be a huge plus too.

We're open to other locations, but we live in England so we'd rather not fly all the way to somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. We plan to travel in April if that makes a difference.

Thanks for the assistance.

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