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Está bien para rutas de senderismo. Coche imprescindible.
Opinión escrita el 15 de Septiembre de 2015
Personal muy atento, la finca algo descuidada, tuvo épocas mejores. Deberían renovar las toallas de los baños. Piscina pequeña pero muy agradable para refrescar después de un día duro de levadas. Desayuno bien. Deberían mejorar los zumos.
12 to 18 August 2018 family (4)
Opinión escrita el 18 de Agosto de 2018
Really Disappointed by our stay and I need to mention this hotel formula is the one we always choose and prefer comparing to general offer of standard hotel and clubs.
So here, there is no special or no extra (nothing really good at all - this is only a beautiful house but rooms are just not so good as the rest of the villa)
Everything is lower than expected for family holidays (poor service, room, facilities, not nice and happy people working for that little hotel)
It's like a ghost hotel with no communication, no feeling and not really cheap price based on this statement
Breakfast is less than basic (no choice at all and poor quality food)
We were happy when it was our last day to stay here
Happy about our holidays in Madere because Madere is really a good location... then that's hotel is only good for one or two days only for sleeping... More you will jeopardize your good time and stay in Madere.
We stayed in two other villas during our holidays for cheaper prices (for both)and really ok ones with fantastic locations and 4,5/5 rate
Kind and historic hotel with nice views
Opinión escrita el 10 de Mayo de 2018
For the ones who have travelled the Pousadas; this hotel is like a small Pousada. It is a quiet, small 15 room hotel with kind staff and clean rooms. Some rooms have sea view which is fantastic. It has an historic atmosphere with a maze like floorplan. Breakfast is good, pooltable was used extensively by our two teen kids. The hotel does not have a night restaurant and if you want to drink something you just grab it from the fridge in the foyer and write down your expenses. The drive up the mountain is about 10 minutes from Ponta do Mar and rather curvy; but about any road in Madeira is steep and curvy (except for the tunnels). I really like these kind of hotels because they have a character of their own. Good value for money.
Fine building & location, but shabby
Opinión escrita el 28 de Octubre de 2017
We stayed three nights in this fine building in a magnificent setting half way up the hillside. Our room and bathroom were spacious and at first sight seemed spick and span, but a closer look showed that the paint was peeling, damp patches on the wall, the windows could not be closed, the bath had patches of rust where the enamel had come off, and the bed, bedding and bath dressing gown frayed. Breakfast was standard hotel fare. The only service is provided when you arrive - and we are grateful for the sandwiches on the first evening when we arrived late. Although the setting is great for the view, there is no decent restaurant in the vicinity, which means that every evening you have to drive at least twenty minutes down to the coast on a hair-raising road in the dark, which after a day's walking is trying. Better to stay in Ponta da Sol.
Nice quiet and no phones at breakfast
Opinión escrita el 19 de Junio de 2017
This hotel seems to have quite a history and may have lost some features during the crisis like a piano player and a restaurant. The restaurant is not something you're going miss as you can have a decent meal after most walks. If not, there is always the snackbar next door.
BUT what remains is absolutely a charming hotel, with style run by 3 women all very helpful and friendly. Rooms are ok and have an almost colonial style (btw no airco on Madeira but heating). Breakfast is excellent and you can ask for a take-away lunch as well. The swimming pool is nice, though not heated so at 22'C. We did not check-out the sauna.
We, my wife and me had booked a spacious room with a balcony and seaside view. This way you can 'almost' see the south-pole as there is nothing in between. The balcony also gives a nice view of the surrounding hills and the village below.
Guests are mostly older couples that like to walk the levadas and enjoy the spectacular views Madeira has to offer.
PS, follow the road signs to the hotel and forget your navigation, especially if it instructs you to take a sharp turn left or right. These tend to lead into roads where your car just fits and the slope is at lest 15% up or down.