Morro Verde Inn is one of the highest inns in Brasil, situated at 1.700 meters of altitude. We offer six chalets, distributed along the site and we preserve your privacy. All the chalets have queen size beds, certified foam mattresses, 24” flat screen tv’s, including USB and HDMI drives, with fireplace, private bath and a balcony with hammock. There are three chalets with mezzanine and one more queen bed, designed to comfortably accommodate two more people.
Chalets have ecological water heaters which were built from recyclable plastic bottles and Tetra Pak cartons. This heating system should be enough on a sunny day. Alternatively, water can be heated through the coil (also through a copper pipe hidden in the fireplace). We offer a room for meals which are cooked on a firewood stove by the side of a charming deck with wonderful views and where guests will be able to enjoy Mantiqueiras’ mountains magic.
The Inn is included in the tourist complexo of Mantiqueiras’ magic mountains, with comprehends municipalities at the South of Minas Gerais State. Mantiqueiras’ mountains are stunning. Here, visitors can find crystal-clear water springs, waterfalls and beautiful views.
Preserving the environment is a condition for the survival of all life forms. Therefore, our main concern should be about the social, economical and environmental sustainability. Inspired by the project developed by the Hotel Bühler, in Visconde de Mauá, we have implemented in our property the “ Zero Garbage Project”, that consists in separating the organic from the inorganic waste. The organic waste goest to compost separator, to be made into húmus for the Garden, orchard and vegetable garden. The inorganic waste is separated and sent to be recycled.
Furthermore, there is a structered apiario applying the concepts of organic forest beekeeping and we are developing an infrasctructure for the vegetable farm and organic orchard, to obtain food for the inn.
We have chosen to employ registered staff, as a way of applying economical sustainability, as well as buying the products that we do not produce such as cheese, jam, bread and so on, from local producers.