2 BEDROOMS - UP TO 5 PERSONS
Sea view room
Cleaning & laundry
for more info
A perfect stay:
Check in from 3 pm
Check out until 11 am
As the flat is south facing it's full of light
and has an outstanding view from all over.
Opt for a rustic apartment
so you can dive into the typical Portuguese atmosphere.
Indeed, the space is bright, charming and
warmly decorated, full of upcycled details:
we made it with love, so that you could feel at home right away.
“VINTAGE” DOUBLE BEDROOM - lovingly and stylishly furnished
140 cm wide vintage double bed
Corner vintage cupboard with mirror and chair
Build in wardrobe
“TIPICO” TWIN BEDROOM - weigh anchor and sail
Two single beds alongside two night tables with drawers
Cosy fishing details
Build in wardrobe
FOR YOUR COMFORT
Silky 100% organic cotton linen
Fluffy 100% organic cotton hand and bath towels
Additional blankets and pillows
Traditional hand-woven baskets
Weekly cleaning and linen change
Fully equipped traditional kitchen, perfect to prepare an easy snack as well as a more sophisticated meal. First need ingredients are provided: foodies are welcome here!
Two tables with chairs
Living room with sofa-bed (sofa-bed dimensions: 170 cm long x 115 cm wide)
Tiny but luxurious bathroom with shower and bidet
Outdoor lounge area (not private) equipped with an hanging chair and a wood deckchair
Beach umbrella and games
Baby cot on request and high chair for rental
… AND ALSO ...
Access to Aroma di Casa’s aromatic garden
Ocean view pool area equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas
Not heated baby pool: sunshine is enough!
The highlight of the patio is the cosy hanging chair to read a book or dream while looking at the ocean, maybe with a glass of wine at sunset.
Also your kids will love it!
The tables in the living room can be placed close to the big window overlooking Salema and the water:
just the best spot for remote work.
(N.B. in such an unspoiled place, strong fiber internet connection is a real gift)
from 120 € per night, minimum stay 5 nights
families with kids
digital nomads and remote workers
who like the tradition better than facilities, without giving up on comfort