Aldeia da Cuada

Flores

Features

  • Airport: 20km Flores
  • Bed & Breakfast (BB)
  • Rustic cottages (Turismo Rural)
  • Rural location
  • Self Catering (SC)

The village of Cuada is located on a small plateau 2km from the coastal resort of Fajã Grande, a popular base for walkers owing to the beautiful scenery and impressive waterfalls. In the 1960s the village was virtually abandoned by the weaving community emigrating to the New World. After 15 years of devoted and painstaking work, the new owners, Carlos and Teotonia Silva, have successfully renovated and modernised the houses in keeping with the rural features of the original stone buildings. The cottages and gardens are linked together by cobbled paths and, as a result, are unsuitable for clients with walking difficulties. A unique tranquil paradise for those who enjoy walking or simply wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Accommodation
  • 17 cottages including 8 one bedroom, 7 two-bedroom, 1 four-bedroom and 1 six-bedroom units
  • All units have a bathroom (shower), stereo, telephone, kitchen (2 gas hobs and fridge), electric heaters and a small terrace with barbecue, tables and chairs 
  • 10 cottages have a fireplace
  • Cleaning at end of stay 
  • Welcome pack included (local wine, water, bread, butter, cheese, coffee/tea, biscuits, sugar, 6 eggs, milk and juice).

 

Amenities/Leisure
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Bed linen and towels changed weekly 
  • Reception and lounge decorated with antiques and with a coffee machine and fridge filled with cold drinks 
  • Free parking 
  • 2km (20-minutes downhill walk) to Fajã Grande which has two restaurants, three mini markets, a handful of cafés and offers a good area for swimming 
  • 9-hole rustic golf course 
  • Two resident pets -  ‘Florentina’ the donkey and ‘Bambi’ the sheep