Make Easter or Christmas celebrations special – make Casa Fajara exclusively yours!
Casa Fajara, our award-winning boutique country house and hotel in the seaside village of Carrapateira in the South West Algarve, could be exclusively yours at Easter or Christmas.
Whole house rental is available at this magnificent rural retreat. Our 12 stylish double bedrooms cater for up to 27 guests.
All offer private bathrooms and either a balcony or terrace to relax in privacy.
It’s the prefect venue for a family celebration or a special holiday with friends. Our unique property is set in a breathtaking valley amid beautiful countryside. It offers far-reaching views to lush greenery and rolling hills.
All you can hear is the tinkle of cowbells in the neighbouring farmer’s field. It’s the ultimate great escape.
Soak up the sun by the saltwater pool, take in the beauty of our flower-filled gardens and enjoy the luxury of having Casa Fajara all to yourself.
Our award-winning hotel, awash with 5-star reviews, offers all you need for a perfect holiday. Enjoy the tennis court, table tennis, darts, games, sauna and large yoga room.
Inside, relax in two lounge areas and eat together in our beautiful dining room. In winter, cosy by roaring log fires and enjoy the luxury of our underfloor heating.
Casa Fajara is in walking distance of the outstandingly beautiful Bordeira beach.
It boasts a lagoon which on a warm day you will be tempted to paddle through to reach acres of soft golden sand. Of course, you can reach it the standard way too! Excellent surfing beaches are close by and our friendly team can advise on booking lessons or other water sports and activities.
Hikers and walkers love Casa Fajara too. The world-renowned Costa Vicentina nature trails are nearby offering a multitude of options to explore the dramatic coastline or stunning countryside brimming with wild flowers.
If you are looking for a unique venue for a special holiday Casa Fajara truly has it all.
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