Zé and Zilda were the most recent native parents to raise a large, happy family in this antique fisherman's casa at the heart of the Historic Quadrado. For an authentic dose of Trancoso visitors can’t do better than stay here. Antiques include precious pieces of Trancoso history, from antique painted signs to a religious oratorio (a traditional alter found in old Bahian homes).
A table in front of the casa invites al fresco dinner parties or cocktails on the historic square, while a rustic table inside offers a more intimate option. Quadrado views from the kitchen, dining or the airy living room with its deep sofas. 2-bedrooms in the main house with the 3rd a garden suite, separated by a patio filled with cushions and covered by a flowering pergola.
Thousands of small details executed with care give UXUA its identity. Furniture, decor, lighting and fixtures are one-of-a-kind, organic creations of designer Wilbert Das, handmade at the hotel by native artisans ranging from fishermen to Pataxó Indians. Antiques and art are sourced locally. International creatives living at UXUA have contributed via our Artist In Casa residency.