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Quintal House Heritage Guest Home
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All reviewsself serve breakfastwell stocked kitchenhome away from homeb and bself servicefogo islandspent two nightsenjoy your staythe location is perfectcraft shopthe perfect hostwealth of informationmade us feel at homehostessseamusharbourguests
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Reviewed 18 August 2013

Especially to wake up to everything that was available in the kitchen ... muffins, cereals, coffee, and the frig was full!! The Quintal House is also next door to Nicole's Cafe, which is much more than a cafe. Thanks for everything Nadine! We'll be back!! ...

Room Tip: There is a master bedroom, with its own bathroom, but I imagine you have to reserve early
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mshaffer_nl
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Reviewed 16 August 2013

A BIG thank you to Nadine. What a beautifully restored home, charming touches and we really appreciated the great selection of books. So nice to relax and sit in the parlour. Wonderful treasures from the sea decorated the house. Loved the independence of breakfast, again good selection of choices for all of us, especially the freshly picked blueberries, other fresh fruit etc. Nicole's Cafe next door was lovely for dinner.

Great location to use as a base to explore all of Fogo.

Stayed: August 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 12 August 2013

There are extremes in Fogo; new Inn and all. Quintal Inn is very well located ( I think it's better to be in Joe Batt's), meticulous, charming and quiet. The more-than-owner Nadine is very knowledgable on local issues, what you might like, and she really cares that you enjoy your stay. She is savvy and generous. I had not stayed in a B&B in some time, but it reminded me of house -sharing with best friends.
I like the self-serve BK style, because it's easy. You must stay in Fogo at least 3 + nights.
The ferry can be tricky if you don't do your homework. This is a must.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2013

We greatly enjoyed our two nights at Quintal House, and Nadine played a huge part in this-, offering a comfortable home base and tons of local knowledge for guests to explore the fascinating culture and heritage of Fogo Island. Quintal House is well appointed, with a striking spiral staircase and a plentifully provisioned kitchen. Nadine lets her guests have the run of the kitchen, and the house, allowing them to come and go as they please. She stocks the fridge with milk, juice, yoghurt, butter, eggs, and unique local jams like bakeapple, and everyone makes their own breakfasts, which we found very convenient and homelike. The washer and drier is also available, a big plus. Nadine is from Fogo and knows everyone in Joe Batt's Arm. Like visiting a good friend.

Room Tip: Of the three rooms the best are the two at the beginning and end of the upstairs hallway. We had the end room, with a tiny private washroom.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Pamela G
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Reviewed 31 July 2013

We booked here based on the good Trip Advisor reviews and also the fact that it was a renovated house that looked really pretty. We weren't disappointed. The place is beautiful, the rooms beautifully appointed with sea glass, shells, and tons of art on the walls. Our only regret was that we were just there one night--we definitely wished we were staying longer.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Jennifer M
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