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Campo de Arroz, a beach house typical of Comporta

The house is built in the style of traditional local fishermen’s huts: in wood, with a thatched roof, set on stilts, but with a modern twist and a little more comfort. The lines are clean and straight. The decoration is simple and welcoming. The aim is that everyone will feel at home there. Campo de Arroz is in a natural setting, from every room there are far-reaching views over the rice fields.

The property comprises a main house plus a separate cabin set in the landscaped garden. With 4 bedrooms, it can accommodate 10 guests. The house and the cabin can be rented separately or together. The infinity pool, the deck and the exterior kitchen together provide an outside living space surrounded by nature.

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COMING SOON SPRING 2020

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FLOR DE ARROZ

cabins in the heart of rice fields of Comporta

Opening june 2020

On the doorstep of the paddy fields, these two cabins merge into the natural setting. You can enjoy day-long sunshine at the swimming pool or on the terraces. Their unique design brings together nature and contemporary architecture, whilst respecting the simplicity of traditional fishermen's huts. The swimming pool seems to merge into the rice fields. Flor de Arroz is located just a few minutes from the beach and the village of Carvalhal, Comporta. The cabins can house 2-4 guests. They can be rented separately or together (up to 8 people).

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CASAS DE ARROZ

a peaceful and authentic retreat in Comporta

Opening march 2020

This property comprises four cabins that together offer a peaceful retreat. These comfortable minimalist cocoons are just a few minutes from the beach and the village of Comporta. Their thatched roofs, wood and sand floors pay homage to the traditional homes of the region. The infinity pool at the end of the garden overlooks Comporta's rice fields and meadows. The cabins can house 2-4 guests. They can be rented separately or together (up to 12 people).

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