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Eakins / Gonzago
Standard Chalet
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    Sleeps Three
    Ideal for couple / small family
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    Chalet Size
    34 sq.m.
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    Bed Sizes
    One Queen 2m x 1.60m
    One Single 1.90m x 0.90m
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    Special Inclusion
Designed piece of art hung outside the Standard Chalet Triple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
About Your Chalet
Set in our tropical garden, the Triple Standard Chalet is spacious enough for a couple or small family. Designed and built with sustainability at heart, you can lounge on your private veranda and enjoy the fresh ocean breeze during your holiday in our eco-lodge in Brazil.
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    Queen bed
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    Single bed
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    Mosquito net
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    Free Wi-Fi
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    Ensuite bathroom
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    Hot water shower
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    Mini bar
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    Safety deposit box
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    Private veranda
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Standard Chalet / Triple
Washroom of the Standard Chalet Triple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
Washroom of the Standard Chalet Triple at Convento Arcadia, Atins
Special Features
Enjoy direct access to the garden and a hammock on your veranda. Kids, in particular, love this space!
Behind the Names
The Triple Standard Chalets are inspired by Thomas Eakins, an American painter and photographer and Brazilian Tomás Antônio Gonzaga. Thomas Eakins’ interpretation of the classical theme of "Arcadia" is part of the New York’s Met Collection. Portugal-born Gonzaga became one of the best-known writers of the Arcadian movement in Brazil. In addition to being a poet, he was also a political activist, lawyer, judge and took part in the Inconfidência Mineira separatist movement in Minas Gerais.
Standard Chalet / Triple
Thomas Cowperthwait Eakins (1844 - 1916)
"The big artist... keeps an eye on nature and steals her tools."
Tomas Antonio Gonzaga
Tomás Antônio Gonzaga (1744 - 1810)
"For us, the time that passes also dies."
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