“Paradise Found: a gloriously remote location with white sand, organic food, warm hospitality and only 10 rooms”
The 10 rooms are dotted along the seafront under palm trees and each has its own private porch or terrace. There are 3 types of accommodation: 4 standalone Super Deluxe Bungalows and 6 Deluxe Rooms, 2 of which are in the main house, and the remainder split between 2 bungalows.
All have ocean views and are decorated in a clean minimalist style. The furniture is elegant varnished Brazilian wood; the Trussardi towels, bathrobes and linens snowy white, plus there's air con and a ceiling fan to keep things cool. There's a kingsize bed in each, which can be converted to 2 single beds, and an extra bed can be added if you want the room to sleep 3 people.
The vast ensuite bathrooms have deluge showers, but if you splash out on a Super Deluxe Bungalow you also get an enormous sunken tub and a private garden.
The restaurant is run by chef Teco, who was born and raised in the surrounding area. His food is Brazilian with an international twist: think moqueca baiana (fish and coconut milk stew), lasagna made with pupunha (an Amazonian vegetable), and soufflé de goiabada (guava souffle). All meals are included in the room rate and the seafood is freshly caught each day.
Breakfast is an artfully presented assortment of just-squeezed juices, fresh fruits, breads, cakes, cheeses, ham, tapioca, cereals and cooked eggs.
Children are welcome and will love the spaciousness of the resort, as well as the pool, beach and mangroves. However there are some unprotected drops in the main reception room. The hotel can provide extra beds and cots for babies. Children under 3 stay for free if sharing their parents' room. From 4+ they're charged as adults.
Babies (0-1 years), Teens (over 12)
Cots Available, Extra Beds Available
Baby cots available on request
Remember baby and child equipment may be limited or need pre-booking