Vitória Noronha

Vitória Beatriz da Silveira Noronha was the oldest niece of the Viscondessa.
Against the grain of Azorean nobility, Vitória fell in love with João Jorge, a humble farmhand born on the island of Pico whose family had settled in Urzelina. Flouting her father’s will, Vitória decided to elope with João Jorge by jumping over a drystone wall. The next morning the young couple embarked for the island of São Tomé in the Gulf of Guinea to make a living in the Roça Açoriana, where they prospered.
Vitória Beatriz and João Jorge had four children. The eldest, José Gabriel, was the paternal grandfather of the current owner of Bacelada.
Vitória would eventually reconcile herself with her father, who in the meantime had separated from his wife to live with the sister of one of João Jorge’s sister-in-laws, despite the animosity he had professed earlier for his daughter’s husband.
After the death of the Viscondessa and of her son, Vitória inherited the Terreiros estate, known locally as the Casa da Viscondessa.

Cabanas T1

Low season

From February to Abril


  • 1 person: EUR 90

  • 2 people: EUR 110

  • 3 people: EUR 140

  • 4 people: EUR 160


May and June

September and October

  • 1 person: EUR 110

  • 2 people: EUR 130

  • 3 people: EUR 160

  • 4 people: EUR 180

High season


and August

  • 1 person: EUR 130

  • 2 people: EUR 150

  • 3 people: EUR 180

  • 4 people: EUR 200

1 cot bed: EUR 15/night
Extended stays: Extended stays: 10% discount starting on the 5th day.
We are closed for annual holidays in December and January.

Terms of Payment and Cancellation Policy

  • Booking Guarantee: 10% of the total value, paid upon reservation;
  • The remaining amount must be paid up to 10 days before the arrival date.
  • For cancellation up to 10 days before arrival, client will receive back the amount already paid;
  • With less notice or no show, the amount paid is not refundable.


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