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Boasting a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property, Residencial Solar da Estação is located in Barcelos. The hotel has family rooms. Very friendly and supportive - especially after arrival I ate bad fish on a Pizza ("thanks" Telepizza) and got ill, they took great care of myself, so that I could recover quickly.
Casa das pombas in Barcelos provides accommodations with barbecue facilities and a garden. With a terrace, the property also has a shared lounge, as well as a bar. Free WiFi is offered. Super friendly and helpful owner. Very comfortable and warm beds. All clean. Big community kitchen.
Located in Barcelos, 24 mi from Viana do Castelo, Casa da Ana Boutique Guest House provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. I would give it an 11 if I could. Location great. Hostess wonderful. Breakfast exceptional. Beds comfortable and walk-in shower large. Could not ask for a better Camino private room stay.
Located in Barcelos, this 18th century rustic house has characteristic stone walls and wooden beams. Casa de Sta Comba features a large garden with an outdoor pool. It was a beautiful place to stay and George could not do enough for us. The location is stunning! The pool was lovely highly recommend!!
Set in Barcelos, Casa Clementina - Holiday Home offers accommodations with a balcony, kitchen and free WiFi. Each unit has a dishwasher, oven, a coffee machine, as well as a microwave and kettle. The surrounding areas are beautiful, the house is amazing, and cozy. Super fast WiFi for freelancers like me.
This is a wonderful town on the Portuguese Camino with a significant amount of charm and history. Spend some time in the town. The tourist office is extremely helpful and informative. They are a whole host of options for food and shopping.
Barcelos is an attractive market town, worth a visit in its own right. We visited to see the famous Thursday morning market but were a little disappointed. As veterans of many markets around the world, this was large and certainly worth seeing for the wide range of delicious local produce, including ducklings and other young fowls for sale and traditional gardening and tilling instruments plus locally made diy materials. There was modern furniture too. However, we found the pottery and earthenware a little disappointing, stall after stall of basic chunky red clay pots, but few quality or hand painted items. Also few traditional cotton items for which Portugal is so renowned - towels, bedspreads, curtains, tablecloths. We could happily have spent more time exploring Barcelos itself but had only allowed time for the market, before the short drive to Porto.
Barcelos is a sleepy, medieval town where we stayed for 4 nights in total. The town has several nice bars and restaurants with numerous medieval buildings if you're after some history. The one downside being we struggled to get Ubers out of the town and down to Porto and Braga.
We went there for the famous market but it was really nothing more than a typical commercialized market. Not worth the overnight trip. Not an artisan market and not highly rated as the Lonely Planet states.
Amazing place ,perfect for group of friends or family ,ideal for people seeking relaxation and privacy ,many interesting places nearby,close to shops and restaurants,excellent communication with the owner
Absolutely fabulous Kate and Piers so helpful . we did not hire a car but they were able to get us a taxi whatever the time nothing to much trouble .
It was a beautiful place to stay and George could not do enough for us. The location is stunning! The pool was lovely highly recommend!!
Location wonderful and very close to the center.
Great location, super friendly staff, modern