A luxury relic of the past
Located at the heart of Armação de Pêra, the Red Chalet was built during the turn of the 20th century and inspired by the opulent luxury of the Belle Époque era emerging in the South of France.
Originally known as the Chalet dos Caldas e Vasconcelos, it remained as a family summer home for almost 80 years, a sense of tradition creating an intimacy that welcomes guests into the company of friends.
Now listed as a historical building and a famous landmark on the Armação de Pêra coastline, the renovation was committed to retain as many of the original elements as possible: a unique wooden floor, antique chandeliers, and a spectacular staircase were all lovingly recreated. The Moorish influences of the architecture, with geometric designs on the shutters and ceilings, all elegant reminders of the region’s rich cultural history.
Red Chalet sleeps up to 8 guests: it has 2 bedrooms in its Main house and 2 bedrooms in its White house. The property comprises 1.100 m2 with a large garden and direct access to the beach.
The terrace is built into the seawall, giving the impression of a stay upon the ocean itself. Despite its central location and the comforts of contemporary luxury, the secluded villa offers an evocative escape, a chance to journey back to simpler times in an authentic alternative to the modern hotel experience.