This beach is amazing, truly stunning so who cares about the accommodation?!
Actually though a little dated, which was actually characterful, I really enjoyed our stay here. Michela, who looks after the place was wonderful and exceptionally helpful.
The 2 bedroomed place we stayed was definitely on the quirky side but was right on the beach, had comfortable beds, good showers a well equipped kitchen (though the 2 ring electric hob got a little getting use to). There was good storage too. The patio area was great with comfortable seating and sun loungers.
The wifi isn't so good here, but it was great to have the kids off it and I didn't care - if you need better wifi you can sit on the patio outside the office, that's pretty good.
There isn't a supermarket near by so bring supplies or organise a taxi to take you into Sal Rei to the main places. Boa Vista is practically a desert, so don't expect the place to be over flowing with fresh goods (though the fish is abundant), however we cooked quite a few evenings & most breakfasts without issue, just a little creativity! Michela can also organise for a local lady to cook local food to be eaten at home, she is also a great source of info on where to go for live music and the local town Rabil, is a great little place with a small shop.
This was an excellent base for time on this wonderful beach and to top it off the best ever beachside restaurant is just around the corner past the small dune!!! Exceptional!