Quinta de Santa Luzia is a traditional working Quinta. It is one of the few remaining on the Island that still possesses the characteristics of a farm or estate as they once existed in Madeira.
Aquired by John Blandy in 1826, the first Blandy to visit Madeira and the person to have established the now well-known family wine making business, the property has been in the family for 7 successive generations.
Comprising of a large essentially green space , this rural oasis near the centre of Funchal, offers an opportunity to experience Quinta lifestyle within three different accommodation types for guests.
The large family home and gardens, is principally self-catering with an abundance of history and charm. It offers a wide selection of facilities including a pool, full sized snooker table, piano, table football and tennis court. The house can be rented for events such as weddings, retreats, groups and incentives.
There is the recently opened Bed and Breakfast at Quinta das Malvas, which serves to accommodate people in one of the finest properties in Funchal. It offers luxury and a refined atmosphere for the discerning traveller looking for a unique place to stay.