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This Bed and Breakfast is a manor house dating from the 19th century. It has been carefully restored and was redecorated in 1998. This beautiful Casa is located outside a walled town with views of a castle and the vineyards that surround the estate. The house, with gracefully designed interiors and lovely gardens, offers the warm and peaceful atmosphere of a traditional Portuguese home. The tiles crafted by local artisans, meticulously selected antiques and fabrics result in tasteful and distinctively elegant interiors. Casa d' Obidos also offers extensive lawns, gardens and orchards, which make it the ideal place for those in search of rest and relaxation in natural surroundings.
This bed and breakfast offers you a choice of six large bedrooms, each with private bath. There is a lovely lounge, dining room and living room with TV and fireplace. You will be more than satisfied with the deliciously prepared breakfast that will be served in the dining room every morning.
This bed and breakfast will extend to you a feeling of Portuguese elegance as you enjoy the beautiful estate and its surroundings. All the six bedrooms are spacious and beautifully decorated with antiques and include private baths. You will have your choice of either of 2 queen bedrooms or 4 bedrooms with twin beds. You are invited to enjoy the lovely lounge, dining room and living room with TV and fireplace, and every morning a lovely breakfast will be served in the dining room. The outdoor swimming pool, extensive lawns, gardens and orchards are an ideal place to relax and enjoy your surroundings.
The Lisbon Coast is a treasure of sights and unparalleled experiences for the casual vacationer or the serious traveler. Within an hour's drive northwest of Lisbon you can reach the rocky Atlantic coast, the wooded slopes of Sintra, or the countryside dotted with villas and royal palaces. South of Lisbon you can enjoy the sandy beaches and fishing towns or explore the lagoons and river estuaries along the coast. Traders and invaders from the Phoenicians to the Spanish have left their mark in this region, and after Lisbon became the capital city in 1256 the Portuguese kings and nobles built summer palaces and villas in the surrounding countryside. Small fishing and farming communities provide lively fish markets that offer a huge variety of fresh seafood. In the vicinity,shops and open markets sell local wines, cheeses, and other goods indigenous to this region.
Traditional industries such as salt panning and marble quarries still thrive here. The exceptionally clean water invites you to enjoy sandy beaches, surfing, fishing, and scuba diving. You'll also find splendid golf courses, horseback riding facilities, music and film festivals, bullfights, and country fairs where regional crafts such as hand-painted pottery and baskets are displayed.
Prices: Prices are per week and listed in US Dollars. Weekly Rental Saturday to Saturday.
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Bedroom 1 - Queen bed with bathroom ensuite
Bedroom 2 - Queen bed with bathroom ensuite
Bedroom 3 - Twin beds with bathroom ensuite
Bedroom 4 - Twin beds with bathroom ensuite
Bedroom 5 - Twin beds with bathroom ensuite
Bedroom 6 - Twin beds with bathroom ensuite
King size bed: 180 cm, Queen size bed: 160 cm, Double bed: 140 cm, Twin bed: 80-100 cm
Full bathroom with tub (with wall mounted shower) - 6
Type - house/villa
Stove - No
Caretaker - No
Area - rural
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