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Staff is super friendly, the room is very big, light and clean. Hot shower and confy bed also. Every morning the staff puts some fresh breads outside for your breakfast.
It's only 4 minutes walking to the city center, where you can find good restaurants...More
After erring around trailing our bags we were met with very friendly and helpful staff.
We were not to be placed in the main building, but another building some 150 m from there. Leaving our luggage at the reception to stroll around in town, coming...More
This was our favorite accommodation during our trip to Portugal. The room was very spacious with two twin beds, dining table, separate kitchenette and large bath.
Two large windows lead to Juliet balcony with views almost to the sea.
We only stayed one night, but...More
Lovely light and spacious room, breakfast baskets & welcome port were a nice touch. Steep walk to get to town centre (but this is Sintra, so to be expected). Hosts went through the motions to tell us where to go however whilst I would love...More
Can any one be more friendly?! Our host "j" was so helpful. Room was super quaint but had to go down an alley and behind a wall so felt isolated although we were so close to everything. Room def needs a coat of paint and...More
We had a GPS which got us close to the Casa, in a back alleyway that was very small. I got out and walked to the next parallel street where I found the Casa. My husband drove the car down the street in front where there... More
We had a GPS which got us close to the Casa, in a back alleyway that was very small. I got out and walked to the next parallel street where I found the Casa. My husband drove the car down the street in front where there was limited parking. We didn't move the car during the 3 days we were in SIntra. The B&B was excellent. If you contact them they maybe able to give you a better place to park. It is best to rent a small car if possible when driving in Portugal!