There are plenty of options for you at Aldeia Manga, from five adobe bungalows to two large stone houses with a kitchen. Because the houses are spread out around the property and all have their own outdoor seating areas, you’ll have plenty of privacy.
All units are equipped with their own bathroom, wash basin and shower (warm water). There are clotheslines to dry your laundry.
The bungalows are built of clay originating from our property and processed into adobe bricks. The plaster both inside and out is a limesand mix, while the roof is composed of wood from the Ivory Coast and sugarcane straw from the region.
The all-natural materials ensure a pleasant and cool climate inside — without any need for loud, energy-hungry air conditions that are damaging to the environment. The furniture, windows and doors have generally been purchased locally using untreated wood.
Environmental concerns played a major role during the design and construction of these houses; the houses are almost completely recyclable. The many windows ensure plenty of bright, joyous sunshine. Curtains are use to darken the room for sleep.
The large holiday houses are build of stone. The walls contain an adobe filling. As with the bungalows, the plaster is an environmentally friendly limesand mixture that provides a lovely indoor climate. The roof is built around wood from the Ivory Coast. One large holiday house is covered with standard bricks the other with sugarcane straw.
CASA GOIAVA (55 m²)
Our large holiday house (approx. 55 square meters) is known as Casa Goiava, the Guava House – this is our largest house.
Positioned on the upper part of our property, the elevated vantage provides remarkable panorama views over the mountains and ocean as well as the large Aldeia Manga garden.
The house is divided into a lounge with kitchen, a roomy bedroom with a double bed and a bathroom with tub and warm water. This latter room can be reached through two separate entrances, to the bedroom and lounge respectively.
There’s also a second double bed in the lounge, meaning the house can comfortably hold up to four occupants. An extra single bed can be arranged to accommodate a fifth person.
You can make yourself comfortable in the four seats with table or on two sunbeds in the courtyard and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley and mountains.
CASA PAPAIA (50 m²)
Our second large holiday house in Aldeia Manga, with an total area of aprox 50 sqm, built of stone, with a small kitchen, and a large exterior private seating area with two sunbeds, table and three chairs, perfect to chill with the choice of sunny of shadow places in total privacy.
This house can host up to three people, with a big double bed (2,00m x 1,5m) on the first floor with stunning panoramic views into the valley and the garden. The house also as a second (single) bed (1,90m x 1,00m) downstairs.
The bathroom is also located downstairs and has a large shower cabin (1,80m x 0,90m).
CASA NESPERA (22 m²)
We’ve dubbed this bungalow as Casa Nespera, or Medlar House, in honour of the medlar tree directly next to its entrance.
It’s a bit below the swimming pond and is surrounded by banana trees. A mango tree grows in the side yard, offering plenty of shade. One widow looks out over the mango trees toward the mountains.
The second window looks out on the side courtyard.
The Casa Nespera is furnished simply but functionally: the bathroom includes toilet, shower and wash basin (all with warm water).
The large double bed measures 2 x 1.5 m.
CASA MANGA (23 m²)
The mango trees are responsible for more than just the name of the Casa Manga (Mango House). They also provide the shade that keeps the bungalow lovely and pleasant.
The rear courtyard is laid out to provide a direct view of the mountains. This same view can be had from one of the bungalow windows.
The other window looks out directly toward the mango trees.
The Casa Manga has its own bathroom with warm water shower, wash basin and toilet.
The two twin beds (1.9 x 1.0 m each) ensure a pleasant sleep. These were produced right on the property and can be pushed together with no gap between them for cuddle-filled nights.
CASA MARACUJA (24 m²)
The Casa Maracuja adobe bungalow (Passion Fruit House) has its own bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin (with warm water).
Four persons can sleep in this house. There are two twin beds (1.9 x 1.0 m) made right on the property and which can be pushed together with no gap between them, as well as a two-meter bunk bed (2.0 x 1.5 m).
The bunks, which are right next to a separate window, are perfect for children and adolescents. That said, they’re plenty large enough for adults to sleep comfortably. There are three windows in the Casa Maracuja: One looks out over the sugarcane fields toward the mountains, a second faces the garden and the third is high up by the bunk bed and provides ventilation.
CASA CAFÉ (23 m²)
There’s also a flourishing coffee tree on our property. In its immediate vicinity is the clay Casa Café bungalow (Coffee House).
It offers two windows looking out over the mango trees toward the mountains and garden and two doors, one of which leads to the rear courtyard and its mango tree giving shade and space for a hammock.
Two twin beds stand ready for the night-time hours. These are produced on the property and measure 1.9 x 1.0 m each. They have a neat feature: if desired, the beds can be pushed together with no gap between them. There’s a separate bathroom to freshen up, including a toilet, wash basin and shower (with warmwater).
CASA BANANA (24 m²)
The Casa Banana adobe bungalow (Banana House) has its own bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin (with warm water).
Four persons can sleep in this house. There are two beds: One double bed (2.0 x 1.5 m) as well as a two-meter high bunk bed (2.0 x 1.5 m).
The bunk bed, which is right next to a separate window, is perfect for children and adolescents. That said, it´s plenty large enough for adults to sleep comfortably. There are three windows in the Casa Banana: One looks out over the sugarcane fields toward the mountains, a second faces the garden and the third is high up by the bunk bed and provides ventilation.