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Beautiful luxury log house near beach fab view Portugal

Cabin front from the garden
Cabin front from the garden
Cabin front from the garden Ground floor double room with view of Pico Kitchen diner 2nd sitting room
Upstairs living room opening onto terrace with view of Pico mountain Master bedroom suite Master bathroom
Twin room Twin room bathroom Downstairs sitting room
Pergola, barbecue and view

Cabin in Azores, Portugal

Property Details of Azores Cabin

Large luxurious log cabin sitting within a large, well maintained garden, close to the beach, on the outskirts of the quiet, rural village of Pedro Miguel, 10 minutes from the main town of Horta and 25 minutes from the airport, with a stunning view of Pico mountain. The beach is just a short walk away, through the orchard, then down some steps. In the garden is a barbecue and pergola for guests use. The house comprises a kitchen/diner/living room, double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor and a large living room opening onto the terrace, twin room en suite and double bedroom with large bathroom on the second floor. Outside the kitchen door is a well-protected patio area with a large table, ideal for outdoor entertaining.

Local Area Details

If you want to experience life in the country Azorean style this is the place to come You may see horses oxen and donkeys working as pack animals plowing or pulling carts During the local festivals oxcarts and even goatcarts are used to carry bread wine and cheese in a decorative procession From the main town of Horta and its modern marina you can go whale watching swimming with dolphins deep sea coastal and sport fishing diving and sailing These are the main attractions along with a visit to our spectacular Caldeira and the dramatic moonscape of the Capelinhos eruption site and lighthouse which now boasts an impressive underground interpretation centre There are passenger ferries to Pico and Sao Jorge allowing you to explore two more islands during your stay on Faial Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal a whaling museum whaling factory vineyards which feature on the UNESCO World Heritage sites list the wine factory and fascinating lava tube caves Sao Jorge is simply a beautiful quiet island ridged with volcanic craters and edged by cliffs sheltering pretty villages the fajas The cheese factory is always a favourite visit on this island

About Weather/Climate/Temperature
The Azores enjoy a mild maritime climate, of which the dominant feature is the area of high pressure named after them. The "Azores High" generally lies South or South West of the islands and, in the summer, is often stationary, when prolonged calm, hot, sunny weather can be expected. July and August are the hottest months and February and March the wettest. Temperatures rarely drop below 12C and are often up around 20C. The sea is warmed by the Gulf Stream to a pleasant 17-22C, making it very pleasant to swim in year round.
About Scenery/Beauty Spots
Explore the dramatic volcanic sites of the Caldeira and Capelinhos, the picturesque villages and the main town of Horta, with its marina full of colourful paintings left by visiting yachts. The famous "Peter's Café Sport" is the perfect place to stop for coffee or a cold drink, where sailors swap tales of adventure on the high seas. Whale and dolphin watching trips have replaced the traditional whaling boats as a way to make a living from the sea. From the marina you can go whale watching, swimming with dolphins, sport fishing, line fishing, diving and sailing, or just take a cruise along our scenic coastline. Passenger ferries enable you to visit Pico or Sao Jorge for the day, making Faial a perfect centre for your holiday.
About Family Activities
Whales and dolphins are observed in these waters year round, attracted by the abundance of food. The whale watching season begins mid-April and extends through October. During the early part of the season you can see many different varieties, included the biggest whale in the world - the blue whale. From Horta marina you can go out for a 3 hour trip on either a rigid inflatable, or a fiberglass motor catamaran. Each has knowledgeable marine biologists on board to keep you informed of the various sightings. The operators all follow a strict code of conduct, so as not to harass the animals, whilst allowing a good viewing. During the early months, April through June, there tend to be more varieties, as the different species migrate. For the rest of the summer the sperm whales continue to be sighted, along with occasional other varieties. The whale species seen include Sperm, Short-finned Pilot, Blue, Fin, Sei, Humpback, Minke, Northern Bottlenose, Pygmy Sperm, Bryde's, Orcas, False Killers and beaked whales such as Sowerby's, True's and Cuvier's. Dolphin species include Bottlenose, Common, Risso's, Spotted and Striped dolphin. Other marine life includes the Cory's Shearwaters and Roseate tern, Loggerhead turtles, sharks and sport fish such as marlin and swordfish. Whales and whaling play an important part in the history and culture of the Azores. American whalers visited the islands in the 1700's and by the mid 1800's a whaling industry had grown up throughout the islands. The Azorean whalers had a tough way of life and developed a reputation for being brave and strong. The whaling went on using the same traditional open boats and hand harpoons right up until 1985. Now whale watching has replaced whaling as a way to make a living from the sea.

Beautiful luxury log house near beach fab view Portugal Property Information

Location:Azores, Portugal
This Property Sleeps:6
Minimum Price Per Week:€675
Maximum Price Per Week:€750
Nearest Airport:Horta (HOR), Portugal25 minutes by car (airport code HOR)
Also available by the day minimum stay 3 days price 100 to 110 euros per day

Property Features

  • Close to a beach
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Theme Away from it all
Accommodation Changeover Day Flexible, Size: Spacious, Accommodation Type: Self Catering
Suitability Low Allergen environment, Children Welcome, Family Oriented, No Pets
Outside Outside Shower, Outside Tap, Garden, Terrace, Balcony, Parking, Patio, Barbecue, Barbecue Area
Location In the Country, Distance to Airport 10-20km, Distance to local restaraunts 2km, Distance to convenience store 1km, Distance to beach <100m, By the sea
Local Area The local town is Sleepy, Distance to Local Town Centre 5km, Restaurants, Quiet Bars and Pubs
Local Activities Snorkelling, Diving, Walking, Swimming, Sailing, Horse Riding, Fishing, Cycling
Living Room Fireplace, Armchairs 3, Sofas 3, Seating for 6 People
Laundry Towels Provided, Linen Provided, Washing Machine Provided
Kitchen Fridge, Freezer, Oven, Hob, Dishwasher, Microwave, Crockery & Cutlery Provided
Entertainment DVD Player, Hi Fi
Dining Seating for 6 People, Dining room table
Bedroom Queen Size 2, Ensuites 2, Twins 1, Doubles 2
Bathroom Shower Rooms 3, Toilets 3, Bathrooms 3

Contact Information for Beautiful luxury log house near beach fab view Portugal

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Cabin in Azores, Portugal