The Pouso da Serra
The houses of Pouso have been in the same family for more than 4 generations, with the same facades in rough stone and their entanglement in trunks and oak beams.
The interiors of Pouso da Serra are rustic and Spartan, portraying the same habits of the old inhabitants of this mountain village, mostly farmers and herdsmen. They lived in shelters scattered on the mountain, built of thatched stone.
We kept the walls in stone and wood and replaced only the thatched roof.
We equip the bathrooms, with whirlpool bath and in the corner of the rooms, a salamander for the colder days and a TV.
However, the family climate is maintained, a concept of the "people of the hills, inherited from our" seminomed "ancestors.
The rural houses of Pouso da Serra, inserted inside the village and surrounded by a magnificent natural scenery, offer fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, providing a quiet and relaxing stay.
It is in this bucolic setting that the three secular houses that make up the "Pouso da Serra", the "Casa Grande", "Casa do Meio" and "Casa Antiga" are located together, together with a common courtyard, Eira Velha .