Casa da Cebola
Casa da Cebola is a two-storey cottage with three double bedrooms (lodging up to six persons), two bathrooms, a kitchen and a living-room with a fire-place.
It is the cottage with the 2nd largest dimensions of the entire property, having a vast lawn and being surrounded by many indigenous plants. In the forties, this house was a primary school and before was owned by a family of agricultures. After it was rebuilt and as a curiosity it´s first Guest was a French engineer, one of those responsible for the construction of Madeira Airport.