Breakfast is served on a timelessly stylish and  precious table built in 1854, made from a precious rare Madeira wood called "Pau Santo" or holy wood. It is a round table, with unusual, spectacular proportions and hand carved detail - especially round the feet. This priceless spread is used to serve the delicious and sumptuous scrambled eggs on toast, the tropical fruit, home made sweets, coffee and home made fruit juices.

Guests stay in one of five bedrooms. Bedsheets, warm blankets, and so on are standard. The rooms all have their own ensuite bathrooms or showers. Soaps and towels are provided as one would expect from a luxury accommodation. The rooms do have their own telephones. Note that the rooms accommodate at most two adults at a time.

A communal veranda and reading room is found on the first floor.
The living room and dining room comprise most of the bottom floor and the leisure room is available for rest and reading outside in the garden.

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