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Avoa Room

My grandmother's room used to be the largest in the house, it also occupied the space of what today is the bathroom of the Cuarto da Chimenea.
Besides the double bed there used to be a cot and a small bed for the children, my mother remembers that they only could sleep in their parents room when they were ill and that in the cot there was always a baby, my grandmother had six children!
The Cuarto da Avoa features two windows in the bedroom. The Queen size bed has a forged headboard with the granite stone wall exposed behind it; the rest of the walls have been painted in warm tones. The wardrobe and the night tables are family relics with more than a hundred years of careful use. The on-suite, in blue and white tones, is windowless and includes a hydro-massage bath.