Sophisticated simplicity to help you reboot and reconnect
Nine light and airy rooms – each named after a nearby tree, as reflected in the wall art – have been designed to help guests switch off and tune in to peaceful surroundings.
Ground floor, with mezzanine levels providing additional space, each room is based on our kind of minimalism, with less stuff, less stress and less impact on the environment.
Merging old and new, upcycled furniture showcases traditional craftsmanship while modern technology demonstrates eco design thinking, in the likes of water-efficient power showers.
Room temperature is controlled by sun exposure through the blinds, with the surrounding trees and nearby ocean provide all the air conditioning you could ever need.
Guests are entitled to our complimentary high-speed internet in the main sections of the house, but rooms are intended to be Wi-Fi-free zones to avoid 24/7 connectivity, and support optimum relaxation and rest.
There are no TVs, instead floor to ceiling glass is your screen for non-stop entertainment from an array of wild and nurtured flora and fauna.
Hammocks hang across each of the rooms’ small terraces, with direct access to the outdoor salt-treated swimming pool and inviting you to meditate, read a book from the library, or wander into the gardens to pick flowers.
Organic breakfast is offered as standard; prepared with ingredients that are as seasonal and locally-sourced as possible, served overlooking the kitchen gardens.
Prices are based on our aim for sustainability, so we can pay our treasured team members fairly for their work and keep the house running smoothly. Proceeds are reinvested into the work of quinta initiatives which includes providing farm-based learning experiences to local people, young and old. So your stay helps the local community too.