The farm has been restored and rebuilt in 2012 using traditional materials, documents, wherever possible, and has many creative architectural features such as the reuse of tree trunks and branches as structural supports. Accommodation is 'basic' in some senses, it is an apt description of a style reminiscent of life of the traditional Portuguese village, but modern amenities such as microwave ovens, hair dryer, good quality bathroom and free internet wi-fi has brought this completely updated style. A stay here will be comfortable, but always with the feeling that you are experiencing an old traditional lifestyle.
Three of the houses are on two levels, but there is also provision for access by persons with disabilities, including wheelchair users.
Some of the houses are able to accommodate extra beds for children in new places (such as a 'mezzanine' on the bathroom!).