Rebuilt in stone and schist in a combination of traditional and modern design, they are located in a village with delightful, picturesque features, which gave the name to these houses: the village of Carregais. The houses are named after the trees of the region that give us wonderful fruits, flavours and fantastic colours: Cerejeira (cherry tree), Oliveira (olive tree), Laranjeira (orange tree), Medronheiro (strawberry tree), Ameixeira (plum tree) and Castanheiro (chestnut tree).
With its small terrace, Casa da Laranjeira is perfect for those who want to drink a liqueur or read a book in the late afternoon. With its luminous tones, the house comprises a living room with fireplace and kitchenette, and a WC on the ground floor. Upstairs, there’s a double bedroom and an open space with a single bed.
River beach of rejeira at 5.5km
River beach of Fróia at 7.6km
River beach of Alvito da Beira at 8km
Aldeias do Xisto Shop in Figueira at 8.1km
Living Science and Proença-a-Nova forest centre at 10.5km
River beach of Sesmo at 11km
Chapel of Misericórdia at 11.7km
Parish Church at 11.7km
Bell tower at 11.7km
Pillory at 11.7km