Quinta da Fornalha

Quinta da Fornalha,Castro Marim,Portugal

  • Experience World-class Service at Quinta da Fornalha

    This old traditional farm in Algarve features 12 ha of organic Mediterranean orchards. The self-catering units come with private patios and fireplaces. The Praia Verde Beach is only a 5-minute drive away. Quinta da Fornalha offers studios and apartments equipped with full kitchens. Free WiFi is available in all areas. In the summer months, guests can refresh in the outdoor pool or enjoy bird watching at the Castro Marim Nature Reserve. Most Algarve’s cities and villages can be reached by train, only 500 metres away.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • A quick stop at the farm.

      Reviewed 06 June 2019

      We were referred to by a friend to visit this organic farm. Showed our kids how figs are picked, put in cartons and sent off. Tasted the jam.. Great stuff. We smelled the different plants, rosemary, thyme, and tarragon, not to mention verbena and lavander. It brought a lot of my childhood memories. So was happy for my kids to experience this.. There is a damll store, you can by some of the farm produce. Great job..

    • A bit of paradise on earth

      Reviewed 10 May 2019

      Basically I loved everything here. I stayed in Casa Yuka for 1 night, which was perfect. Pool was pretty, garden amazing, service excellent and the food delicious. So fresh and tasteful. Should have stayed longer.

    • Dinner only

      Reviewed 26 July 2018

      For dinner not accommodation : Don't know where to begin on this experience. We were recommended for dinner to come here. We arrived and waited for 10 minutes for someone to appear so we could be seated. Once seated we awaited the menu for 20 minutes without water or offer of bread etc! We were given all presented with the days specials and a menu, to decide upon out choice! A further 20 mins later, we were able to order wine. We were given bread, no olive oil we requested butter. A further ten mins later we were told the aforementioned wine was not available and without alternative another different was opened and poured without a taste by the host. At this point we were eating dry bread with a little butter, awaiting to order our food. Suddenly a small dish of overally salted small fish arrived at our table. Inquisitive, we asked when we could make our order. The waiter fetched the host who'd advised us that our food was being prepared (we've still not ordered anything). The host returned 5 minutes later with the other special (that we hadn't ordered) and placed a selection of olive oils on the table and then lectured us on how they don't believe in butter on bread (yet we given dry bread which seemed abit strange). All the while we were drinking a wine that was not of our choice or approval that was clearly meant for a dessert dish. Upon eating the food that was given to us, we felt we did not had the appropriate crockery (it was a butter knife) to properly enjoy our food. One element of the food that was of particular interest was the potatoes from the land! These were ubdercooked, skin on, and generally something you would lick from the side of the road. At this point the poinient desert wine had ceternaly made its mark, we were looking to next food order which was cooked meats on bread. We were informed this would take 20 mins. After this time some bread, ham, cheese and tomatoes arrived, it was delicious but something we could have made (and had done earlier that day) from a local supermarket. Having to pay for this seemed slightly unjust but we did and we made our way home. This may be an amazing place to stay but we would not recommend this place for dinner.

    • Peaceful, perfect!

      Reviewed 08 July 2018

      On our motorcycle tour through Portugal and Spain, we, a group of 12, stayed one night in this haven of peace. We were welcomed affectionately with a big smile and a basket of fresh figs. All the cottages are lovingly decorated and maintained, the pool is just gorgeous and the food that Maria served was some of the best we tasted on our 12 days tour. She prepared such a perfect spread of local and seasonal delicacies. Especially the breakfast! For me by far the best breakfasts we had on the trip! Thank you for all the love and dedication you put in to your beautiful Quinta!

    • Very Good Place for Dinner

      Reviewed 24 May 2018

      Very good place for natural, healthy typical portugese food. Craft Beer from local brewery. Farm and Hotel belong also to this place. Herbs for the kitchen are produced in the own garden. Opening 6pm, closed on Monday and Tuesday. Better call and make a reservation.


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