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Guest house in stone town, the historic center of Mozambique Island.

It is an old trade house built at the beginning of the nineteenth century

O Escondidinho - Ilha de mocambique
Praca das Amoreiras - Bairo do Museu
Tel: +258 26 610078 "Reception"
Fax: +258 2610057
Mobile: +258 84 3898628
email: ilhatur@teledata.mz



10 rooms with mosquito nets. 
Internal bathroom for 7 rooms, and external bathroom (with private key) for 3 rooms. 
Air conditioning in all rooms. 

Price per room (Single)  
(50 to 120 USD) or (45 to 104 Euros) 

Price per room (Double)  
(58 to 128 USD) or (51 to 112 Euros) 

Extra Bed: (22 USD or 18,50 Euros) 

Breakfast included.  



We offer a fusion cuisine with French, African and Asian influences. 

We use almost exclusively products from organic agriculture, local and fresh. 

Our seafood, fish, octopus, squid, shrimp, lobster, seafood and shellfish are delivered daily by the fishermen of the island to ensure their freshness.  

The restaurant and bar are open all day from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. 

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* Bar / Restaurant, specialties of fish and seafood (continuous service from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.)  

* Safe at reception.  

* Massage.  

* Handicraft shop.  

* Pool.  

* Taxis and tours with local operators.  




The Island of Mozambique (Portuguese: Ilha de Moçambique) lies off northern Mozambique, between the Mozambique Channel and Mossuril Bay, and is part of Nampula Province.
Prior to 1898, it was the capital of colonial Portuguese East Africa.

With its rich history and sandy beaches, the Island of Mozambique is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Mozambique's fastest growing tourist destinations.

It has a permanent population of approximately 14,000 people and is served by nearby Lumbo Airport on the Nampula mainland.

Source : Wikipedia



Praca das Amoreiras
Bairo do Museu

Tel: +258 26 610078 "Reception"
Fax: +258 26 10057
Mobile: +258 84 3898628

For informations and booking

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