Beautiful quaint small boutique hotel, with lovely views. The hosts are attentive, rooms are clean and well kept. We stayed here for only one night, wish it could've been for longer. Recommend this hotel, you wont be sorry. Gracias!!!
Our sole problem was that we only spent one night here. It was so beautiful, quiet, and peaceful. The property had started off as an olive oil mill and was renovated into a hotel. There were many original artifacts displayed and it was very interesting learning the history. The back of the hotel is covered with tall wheat and a stream running hidden behind it, you can't see it but you can hear it. There are the mountains around you. Gorgeous flower beds around the property too. The breakfast here was by far our favourite during our trip. The owner offered a homemade jam and cheese from the mountain. Plus breads, deli meats, and other cheeses. The family that runs this hotel are very friendly. The owner helped us wash off the bugs from our rental before we left. Visit the pizza parlour in town for a delicious pizza and great service.…
We stayed in the suite as a family - it's comfortable and roomy and very good value. The hotel is next to the main road to Manteigas and is about 10 mins by car from the town. There are good restaurants etc in most of the villages around so no need to travel far. Breakfast will set you up for the day- bread, croissants and the superb local cheese scooped fresh from the wheel!
The place is owned by an older couple, who do not speak English, and they keep everything very clean and in order. The place is nicely renovated, and rooms are good and clean. Breakfast is ok but not fascinating. The garden is very well kept but could have some place to sit outside and enjoy the weather. Only real drawback in my opinion is that the internet is dead slow - you can barely load Facebook.
This was the second time (more to come, for sure!) we stayed at this cozy place runned by a lovely and heavenly couple (Sr. Joaquim Bento and D. Maria do Céu). The location is great if you´re visiting the area and Sr. Bento will surely have great touristic indications for you. Don´t forget to aks him for a tour/"lecture" on the Lagar.