|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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A typical madeiran house restored According to original detail and construction materials. The house was built in the 30's and fully restored in 1999.
The kitchen has a dining area with a large table joint sitting 8 people. There is a wooden stove as well as an electric oven and cooking station. There is Also a microwave and dishwasher. The living room has a cozy fireplace and is equipped with a CD system, a television with DVD and a portable IPOD docking station. Several books are available with information about wood, walks and cultural patrimony. Downstairs there is Also a hall and a small bathroom with a shower.
The main bedroom upstairs is typical wooden style with a double bed, bed-side tables, a chest of drawers and large wardrobe. The bedroom in the attic is a mezzanine and has two single beds. Both bedrooms have electric heaters as well as the upstairs bathroom has a large que Also bath tub and hair dryer.
The outside area has a very welcoming social area with a large wooden table and a fully equipped barbecue. There are two sunbeds Also available. The views over the rolling hills and sea are spectacularly set in peaceful, rural scenery calm.
Behind the house there is a laundry station with a washing machine and a place for drying.
There are public transports 15m from the house as well as the taxi service, but car rental is highly recommended.
The town center has 3 small restaurants to grocery stores few basic. The locals are friendly and approachable.
We stayed two wonderful weeks in this cosy and tastefully restored house enjoying, above all, spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean.
The house and the beautiful garden are very well maintained, lovingly decorated and with all the amenities you need.
The absolute peace and quietness of the area made for a very restful atmosphere.
Thank you so much, Roberto and Fiona, for your exceptional hospitality!
Markus and Ciba from Vienna
Ohne dieses Kleinod von Haus wäre unser Urlaub nicht halb so schön gewesen: Bei unseren Ankunft konnten wir feststellen, dass das Haus in der Tat genauso ist wie auf den Fotos abgebildet und besser, denn es gab überall kleine Details zu bewundern und zu betrachten. Leider hat das Wetter während unseres Aufenthalts nicht mitgespielt und wir mussten oft heizen, aber wir haben den Aufenthalt sehr genossen. Sollte man sich für dieses Haus entscheiden, dann empfehlen wir das Anfahren auf dem Berg gut zu beherrschen (das gilt übrigens ohnehin für ganz Madeira), sich das Heizen nochmal erklären zu lassen und das Haus einfach in Ruhe zu genießen! Danke, traumhauft!
Ein wunderschönes stilvoll gestaltetes gut ausgestattetes Haus in absolut ruhiger Lage mit traumhaftem Blick aufs Meer und wirklich sehr nette Besitzer.
Absolut zu empfehlen.
Danke an Roberto und Fieira
What a wonderful little hideaway. Indeed, Ponta do Pargo (which is the next town) is not at the very centre of the island, but we were looking for some quiet days with a nice view. And we truly got that! A fantastic view onto the open ocean. No noise whatsoever, besides birds singing and the moaning of a cow from time to time. A spectacular terrace with a nice barbecue. The house is old but lovely and decorated with great care. Enjoyed sitting at the open fireplace every night. We truly recommend the house
The Ponta do Pargo the Parish is located in the western tip of the island. It is characterized by having beautiful views of different bays that form on steep slopes of the island sea. Is located about 350/400 meters, its most important landmark is the lighthouse dated 1922, located next to a cliff estasiante. Its population is very affable, friendly and curious, living in this extreme point of the island as such are very peaceful and are dedicated mostly to subsistence agriculture. Are mint 950 the inhabitants of this small town. From this village we can move on easily and in a short time for two bathing areas. The south beach of Calheta, yellow sand (introduced), where there is a good supermarket and some restaurants as well as an excellent marina and a whole complex that supports him. To the north, the sleepy village of Porto Moniz, with its beautiful natural pool, meticulously drawn over small rocks, which also highlights a very interesting aquarium, as well as the Living Science Centre, always with thematic exhibitions. You can also decide to move to the higher plateau of the island, the Paul da Serra, where the desperate green landscapes and numerous hiking or taken in small paths. For those who like to do different walks from the house has a number of options or the flow of the mountain, and down a beautiful path toward the ocean. If using the latter bring a bathing suit and a snack and enjoy the clear waters of the Atlantic, which will surely find a virgin environment and a quality record. It must be said that on the island there are no dangerous animals, so explore it with pleasure and safety!
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7 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $13 per night, per additional guest|