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Pousada Literaria de Paraty

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This beautiful boutique property is one of the best hotels in Paraty, exuding colonial charm with spacious suites overlooking a verdant garden and outdoor pool.

With an ideal location on Brazil's Costa Verde close to the centre of town, Posada Literaria is a restored colonial mansion, taking its name from Paraty's annual literary festival in July. The pousada has a select range of spacious guest rooms, suites and villas, combining traditional and modern styles with colourful décor, luxurious bedding, wooden flooring, rugs, bathrooms with robes and Natura amenities, air-con, TV and Wifi.

The inn has a large library befitting its literary heritage, as well as an attractive swimming pool with sunloungers, spa and gym. The popular farm-to-table restaurant Quintal das Letras offers a range of local Caiçara cuisine using mainly organic ingredients. You're also perfectly positioned to explore this UNESCO World Heritage town on foot and sample its many excellent restaurants.

 

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What our clients say

  • Expert help in tailoring a holiday that took in the nature of the country (the Amazon), the cities (Manaus, Rio and Salvador) and the idyllic beaches of Bahia - all…

    DA, West Norwood
  • Most Memorable Moment?: We were lucky enough to have a major thunder storm overnight at the Iguazu falls and these were unbelievably spectacular the next day.  Also the Lencois Marahenas…

    KT, Andover
  • Where to start? The World Cup match in Salvador, the old town of Salvador itself, swimming with wild dolphins in Praia de Pipa, watching monkeys play at breakfast, piranha fishing…

    LM, London
  • The Iguazu falls were amazing.  Brazilia was also a real experience and is undersold - it is a really singular place to visit - the parliament and other buildings are…

    AB, Reading
  • Highlights?: Ouro Preto and Paraty.

    CE, Barnett
  • Highlights?: The sighting of Fera the jaguar, and the giant otter sighting at Rio Mutum.

    MM, Ascot
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Our Expert's Opinion

Paraty is full of beautiful boltholes but Pousada Literaria is well-known for being among the very best. As soon as you get here you can tell they run a very impressive and slick operation, with great attention to detail and very well drilled, well-trained staff.

Chris
Chris Rendell-Dunn Travel Expert Anglo-Peruvian Chris grew up in Lima and spent much of his adult life in between London and Cusco as a tour leader, before settling permanently in our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours sales team.

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