A Year of A Wonderful Nest

A Year of A Wonderful Nest September 2017 – Opening Doors It’s been more than a year since we welcomed our first guests at A Wonderful Nest. On the 1st of September 2017, we met our first couple, celebrating their … Read More

A Cosy Nest – Home for your Romantic Getaway

Introducing A Cosy Nest   In the same spirit of A Wonderful Nest, A Cosy Nest is a centenary cottage, from the 1900’s. It combines the use of contemporary materials with shabby ones, creating an historic and romantic ambience. Designed … Read More

DIY – How to Renovate Wooden Furniture

Renovate Wooden Furniture by Yourself If you are as lucky as I am, you will probably have wooden antiques that belonged to a member of your family. These antiques are usually shabby, just laying there, decaying with time and need … Read More

My Slow Living Routine – Having No Routine

My life sucked because of my Everyday Routine   I have a problem with Routine. Well I just do! But it took me 10 years to figure this out. I used to wake up everyday at the same hour, have … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Hosting

HOSTING is a PASSION   From the moment you decide you want to have guests staying at the place you so carefully designed (and invested so many sweat and tears in), until the time you check them in, you really … Read More

Merry 2017 Christmas from aWn

It’s been a wonderful year and that’s all thanks to you, either for helping during the construction works @awonderfulnest, for visiting or just for being here! I couldn’t feel more blessed for how great this renovation worked out and for all … Read More

A Wonderful Nest @ Feira Decor Hotel 2017

  From the 2nd to the 4th of November of 2017, our “Wonder Team” participated at “Feira Decor Hotel” with @awonderfulnest‘s architecture project. Feira Decor Hotel is an event where tourism meets architecture, design and construction, happening at “Centro de Congressos … Read More

Welcome to Alcantarilha

Located in the center of Algarve, Alcantarilha is one of the last authentic villages of the South Coast. The Parish has 19,54 km² and an estimated population of 2540 inhabitants. The toponym Alcantarilha, of Arab origin, derives from “al-Qantara”, that … Read More