One, two, four and six bedroom houses, sleeps up to 12.
On the west coast of the island, lies the lovely village of Cuada.
Situated on a small plateau near the coast, the village was almost abandoned during the 1960’s as people emigrated to the US, leaving a virtual ghost town. But now, many of the houses have been renovated and modernised but in a traditional style, and the village welcomes people for a very tranquil stay.
Cuada has no roads between the cottages and the car park for the village is a 2-3 minute walk, along a winding cobbled path so luggage is sometimes delivered by quad bike. The 16 houses available are all equipped for self catering and each benefits from having a stereo, TV, telephone, kitchen, either one or two bedrooms, living room, bathroom and a patio with BBQ and garden furniture. Each cottage is constructed of stone and decorated in a comfortable but traditional manner. There are 1,2,4 and 6 bedroom houses.
There is a small bar area at Cuada where breakfast is served for an additional charge and also lunch and dinner with snacks like burgers but also a traditional dish of the day.
Minimum stay : 3 nights
Car hire is definitely recommended as the village of Cuada is remotely located on the west coast and has no shops. The nearest small shops are 5 minutes drive or a 30 minute walk away in Fajã Grande.
Cuada is a perfect base for walkers being half way along the spectacular west coast path of Flores. For all other activities, you can easily be collected from the houses. See below for more information on Flores island.