The cottages are all furnished with full kitchen, 2 bathrooms, terrace, balcony and wave to the car. The living room and mezzanine make a clean design and relaxing. Each of the eight cabins accommodate comfortably, from 4 to 6 persons. They are furnished with a double bed, sofa bed, bunk beds, tables, chairs, hammock. Equipped with TV, fridge, stove, cooking game and ceiling fan. Downstairs is the living room and kitchen, laundry area and full bath. On the mezzanine is the room with toilet and a balcony overlooking the rainforest. At the entrance, a balcony with a hammock to rest. The chalets were inspired by the Colonial style, painted and decorated in honor of several countries: Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Argentina, France, etc.. There is also a large green area of ??1600 m2. The tranquility of the place is perhaps the major difference of Chalets-I want, where you can choose what you want at one time: go to the busier historic center of Rio de Janeiro or deeply relax to the sounds of n
The municipality of Paraty Paraty was blessed by nature with mountains of Serra do Mar and a calm bay with several islands and beaches as much sheltered from the open sea. The Atlantic covering the Serra do Mar, recognized as Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, houses and hundreds of species of Brazilian fauna and flora, old trails, waterfalls, farms and centuries-old ruins. The Bay of Paraty has hundreds of beaches and islands of extreme beauty, coves and crannies where Mata lies above the sea in perfect harmony and beauty. Brief history of Paraty arose, probably in mid-1500. The town originated in the hill called "the Fort" and then, in about 1640, moved to where the Historical Center. It developed in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, depending on the sea-land route linking the Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Minas Gerais. At that time, it was the intense movement of its port, which became the 2nd most important in Brazil. In 1945 he was considered State Historical and Artistic Heritage, and in 1948, listed by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage. In 1966, it was converted into a National Historic Monument. In 1980, Paraty receives a new development begins and the "cycle" of tourism, resulting in a vocation-based architectural ensemble of the historic center, in the bay with its 65 islands and over 300 beaches and the Atlantic Forest vegetation that frames the entire region of the city of Paraty.