At Casas de Pedra you can enjoy a rural atmosphere with all the facilities of a hotel.
In your stay you can enjoy services included as *BREAKFAST*, daily cleaning of your house, towels and all necessary linens, laundry, air conditioned, food for your dogs, firewood included for your fireplace, among others.
Our houses have a license of Agroturism, so if you love flowers and nature this experience it's perfect for you! Activities in the garden are also included in the stay.
The Casa de Pedra is a cottage, beautifully restored from an old stable or hayloft. which has retained much of its original structure and tha basalt stone with which it was originally constructed.It stands in the grounds of the main house, belonging to a Madeiran family, traditionally doctors, who live there all year round.
It is the ideal place for who want a quiet holiday and where you will find the tranquility necessary for rest physical and intellectual.
The houses have an inviting outdoor patio for meals or as a solarium or simply listen to the silence or watch the stars in the beautiful night skies, only possible living away from the cities.This space is equipped with dining table with 2 chairs, as well as 2 sun beds.
Customers may also use a small gym without any extra money.
It’s also disposal a barbecue properly equipped with all the necessary equipment for making grilled meals.
Dayling cleaning is included as all products required for breakfast as well.
It’s also a courtesy to pick up the guets at the airport, even if they have rented car, because not only personalizes the attendance but also facilitates access to the destination.
Breakfast is included with:
Tea, coffee, chocolate, milk, juice, water, cookies, toast, butter, jam, cheese and fruit variety.
Fresh bread delivered every morning
There are so many recreational activities to choose, such us two golf courses, horse riding, walks journey along the Levadas (one of which two minutes from the cottage) or even mountain walks
The rural and romantic Casa de Pedra can be found in Camacha 9 miles from Funchal and 10miles from the airport.
Walks & Levadas: The best way to reach the interior of the island of Madeira and enjoy the splendour of its untamed landscape is to follow the footpaths.
Levadas are water courses running round the mountains and were built by the first settlers to carry water to inaccessible farmland. Today they are one of Madeira’s greatest tourist attractions.
Attractions: Madeirahas a number of attractions worth visiting during your holiday. The best-known and most traditional is the descent from Monte to Funchal in a wickerwork sledge. There is a variety of other attractions in other areas of interest that will help you learn more about Madeira while thoroughly enjoying your free time there.
Tours: This is a fascinating landscape, with its high mountains and deep valleys covered by exotic vegetation and colourful flowers. Add to these attractions the charm of the small villages and the cosmopolitan rhythm of the capital, Madeira, and you have plenty of good reasons to set off and explore every corner of the island.The Transport system is top quality and varied. So choosing exactly how you will explore the island is up to you!