Hotel Estalagem A Quinta Santa Cruz
Estalagem A Quinta is a quality touristic Hotel (4stars), surrounded by a natural and rural environment in perfect harmony with the local country life, and the green of the mountains in the village of Santo da Serra (660m altitude), everything one might need for a peaceful and healthy stay. also to relax and play golf , or walking by Levadas (traditional irrigation channels) and mountains or to read a book accompanied by nature in peace and quiet in our gardens.A Quinta, has 11 doublerooms, swimming-pool, restaurant.Is an excellent base point to discover the North and South coast and the Laurisilva forest by foot or by car.YOU WILL BE VERY WELCOME
Hotel Albatroz Beach Club Santa Cruz
Madeira is already a well-known destination for golf lovers, who enjoy staying at the Albatroz throughout the year. Many top professional golf players also stay at the hotel, for the Madeira Open, an important golf tournament in the European PGA.
The mild climate and the strategic locations of its golf courses in relatively high parts of the island make playing golf enjoyable all year around. It is certainly one of the very few places in Southern Europe where you can comfortably play even in the hot summer months.
The Albatroz is located in a privileged part of the Island, only ten minutes away from Santo da Serra, home to the Madeira Island Open. Santo da Serra is one of the most spectacular golf courses in Europe, with beautiful views over the sea, the mountains and neighbouring islands.
Our guests receive special rates when playing at Santo da Serra.
Hotel Santa Catarina Santa Cruz
Being a typical city hotel, one can take advantage of the towns shopping centers, its beautiful and well cared public gardens, esplanades, coffee shops, restaurants and bars, the aqua park (only one on the island), swimming facilities, the promenade that accompanies the towns sea front and more, much more.
Hotel Quinta Cova do Milho Santa Cruz
Sunnyfield House is now used a local Government building and also as a venue for conferences and meetings, rooms are available for hire. The house itself dates from 1780 and was the family home of a prominent local man called John Harrison and his family. It is a Grade 2 listed building.
It is possible to visit Sunnyfield House by pre booking and it is open for visiting on a few selected days every year. Admission is free.