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Residencial o Bras has accommodations in Alvaiázere. There's a terrace and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking. At the guesthouse, rooms include a desk. The meal was absolutely fantastic and all the staff were wonderful and so welcoming and helpful. It was the best and most memorable night of our trip.
Featuring air-conditioned accommodations with a patio, Cantinho do Lucas is located in Alvaiázere. With pool views, this accommodations provides a balcony. This hidden gem in Alvaiázere was our last stay in a 2 weeks vacations around north & center of Portugal and it was a very good choice. The house is in the middle of the nature with a great view of the mountains, the environment is very peaceful and quite, was a great choice to end our trip. The house has everything we needed to cook some meals, 1 good size bedroom, very good living area and a great terrace. Outside we have a very big space, a barbecue just aside of an outside covered eating area and very good salt pool, but the best of the house is really the garden landscaping as you see on the pictures! Very well design and it creates a fantastic environment. The hostess D. Lurdes welcome us very well and was very helpful. We'll return for sure.
Located in Cabaços, Residencial Marques features a bar, garden, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. The property provides mountain views, a children's playground and a 24-hour front desk. The food was outstanding, the staff went out of their way to make sure everything was catered for. The bedroom was large and the bed very comfortable. The staff were very friendly and very happy people.
Perfect place, with a special atmosphere and warm-hearted host ... really special stay in an historic farm, that was renovated and well equipped (even though I slept in a 6-bed unit). I would recommend the Cortiça to everybody, who wishes something apart from the bearen path. Thank you, Maria!
Only there to view a couple of local properties for sale. The town seemed 'ok' but we don't like ugly Eolicas (wind turbines) and there is a huge array of them on view, besmirching the natural beauty of the hilltop above Alvaiázere! Generally the whole place felt a bit rundown and neglected (the dismal state of the local Domus Institutiae being a typical example) although there seems to be number of once-impressive houses here and there and some curious sculptural efforts dotted about! Being there for only one rainy day is probably inadequate to be fair to the town but one suggests there are a lot more interesting alternative places to visit in Portugal before this one!
Alvaiazere is a small town with few facilities, it suited us as we were exploring the general area of central Portugal, and its location was more important than the facilities on this trip as we had limited time.