Toca Da Coruja
The Toca da Coruja was born next to the beach in 1991 when Pipa in Natal was still a small and unknown fishing town. It is nestled in a vast area of fruit trees and tropical gardens, protected by monkeys, iguanas and humming-birds.
This hotel has followed the development of the region and has also grown with it, becoming even more welcoming yet retaining its rustic charm, refinement and the simplicity that make it distinct.
The accommodation is distributed throughout bungalows and chalets that are harmoniously integrated into the garden and decorated with pieces of traditional handicrafts that can be purchased in the shop. For relaxation, there are the typical Brazilian hammocks on the balconies and in the luxury rooms there are the hydro-massage tubs in classic style.
Besides the restaurant that offers fusion dishes (and is probably the best restaurant in town) with regional flavours, there is also a bar that serves the swimming pools, a steam sauna, a gym area and small rooms for games and reading.
Surrounding this refuge there is the ideal beach for perfecting a tan or diving into the tepid waters, an ecological sanctuary with trails to explore or exciting buggy rides to experience. Before returning to the Toca da Coruja, the evening can also be livened up in the bars and discos of Pipa.
Belmont House, 23 New Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2BP