Casa do Vale
The wide balcony in the Casa do Vale offers a magnificent view over the Cerdeira Brook’s valley, making it an ideal choice for all of those who treasure tranquillity and the contact with nature.
The entrance door on the ground floor leads directly into a welcoming social space with a kitchen, a dining table and a cosy living space, with a traditional wood burner, an armchair and a sofa bed.
On the first floor there is a bedroom with a double bed, a working desk, ideal for writers, and a bathroom. The windows welcome the morning sun and, with some luck, you can also see some deer as they rummage through the forest.
A truly inspirational house, enriched by the contribution of ceramists Vasco Baltazar and Zita Rosa.
As all the other houses in Cerdeira Village, the Casa do Vale has been restored using ecological and regional materials and favouring the use of local contractors. All houses have central heating and offer great comfort, both in winter and summer. To guarantee that you make the most out of the village’s quietness, we have chosen not to install TVs, radio or internet access in any of the houses.
You can make your stay even more special by booking one of our creative experiences or joining one of the workshops we host throughout the year.
* 2 night minimum stay | * 50% advance.
* Prices are quoted per night and house for two adults, breakfast included. Additional charges for additional guests apply: 20€/night for adults, 15€/night for children up to 12 years (inclusive) and 10€/night for a baby cot, if needed.
* Pets are welcome at the Casa da Escada or Casa do Forno or Casa da Janela for an extra charge of 10€/night.
* For more information, read our FAQ.
Note: Breakfast is served at the Café da Videira, where you will also have WiFi access.
Vasco Baltazar e Zita Rosa, ceramists, live and work in Lisbon. Inspired by the Cerdeira Brook’s valley, they brought the flora and fauna of the valley inside with their creations. The lichens that decorate the village’s stones and rocks are reflected in the colours and textures of their installations and harmonize perfectly with their depiction of the deer’s antlers. The green tones of the ceramics, obtained by crystallization, and the use of local wood, turn this house into an extension of the surrounding woods.