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Hotel Bagoeira features a panoramic bar with views of Barcelos and a spacious restaurant with separate dining rooms and stone walls. The Barcelos Train Station is a 10-minute walk away. The location is excellent, right in the heart of the tourist area yet very quiet inside the room.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Barcelos Way Guest House offers accommodations in Barcelos. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. I love this place - third time I stay there. Lovely staff, perfect location, comfortable and friendly. Super good value.
Residencial Kuarenta&Um offers air-conditioned rooms in Barcelos. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Immaculately kept place!! Always appreciate cleanliness. Helpful check in staff.
Set in Barcelos, 24 mi from Viana do Castelo, Art'Otel Barcelos offers an outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi. All units feature air conditioning and a cable flat-screen TV. perfect stay. big comfortable rooms, good breakfast and good location on the camino portuguese. would stay again
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. Definitely recommend to stay there! This was the best accomodation during my Camino. The owner is such a wonderful and caring man! He helped me with everything, gives the best information and even drived me to the city when I needed something..My experience is MORE then positive. Thank you so much!!!
In Barcelos Hostel & Guest House offers accommodations in Barcelos. The property features a terrace, as well as a shared lounge. Guests can enjoy city views. The Hostel has a fully equipped kitchen. Our stay in that hostel was amazing. Everything was perfect. Since we arrived, we were checked in by super nice girl working there, which gave us a lot of tips about the city. Room was big, modern, extra clean. Bathroom which was in the room had really big sinks and shower. Breakfast was really good, they warm up bread for the guests which is really nice. Hostel is located in the city center. I would definatelly come back there and reccoment this place to my friends and family.
Located in Barcelos, 24 mi from Guimarães, Casa da Ana Boutique Guest House provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. The property is located in the centre, in a quiet location, just on the Camino Portugues. All main sightseeings are in walking distance. The room is good size, furnished with very good taste, spotless. The girls on the reception was very nice/helpful and also recommended me a good restaurant closeby. The breakfast was served outside on the cozy square with the fontaine. It was amazing & delicious.
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. Perfect, lovely hosts with loads of local tips, lovely place, great breakfast. My parents stayed on and even had an amazing dinner here.
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.
Nice little town, on the pilgrims' path towards Santiago de Compostela further north. Not much to do or see, but just enough to warrant a day or half a day's visit. Furthermore - it's where Portugal's iconic cockerel was born!
Barcelos is a sleepy, comfy town (which can be relaxing after lots of sightseeing), until the Thursday market, which was the reason I went. Thursday things come alive, and the market is colorful, bustling and fun! Just about everything is for sale - not just food, ceramics, linens and brightly colored souvenir cockerels, but furniture, coffee makers, lawn mowers, clothing, plants...Great photo opp as well as gifts for friends and family. I also liked the pottery museum - small but interesting, and since it's free you might as well make the short trip to visit it! Quick tips about the train from Porto: You will have to get off the train in Nine and change lines. And the paper train schedule only shows a few of the stops, but there are more in between those, so don't panic (like I almost did) when the names don't match those on the schedule for the first couple stops.
Loved the pilgrim blessing at church Friday night and our new friends there who were so generous with their heartfelt care and lovely tokens of well wishes! Loved being near the fun dancing, music, visiting, and casual strolling of young and old along the park in front of our hotel.
Hidden treasure!!! Casa de Panque is a must visit, it's an immaculately kept property set within the most beautiful surroundings. I've just returned to England today after visiting Portugal for the annual dance World Cup competitions which were situated in Braga. Casa de Panque was ideally situated for us with a 30 min drive to the main hussle and bussle of Braga we were quickly away again to the peaceful villa for quiet family time. The Villa comfortably housed 2 adults and my children 18, 14, 13, 12, 11 and 10 there are also facilities to be able to increase on these numbers should you need to. Our host Hugo was very attentive, full of very valuable information able to converse easily in English which certainly made our lives easier and his lovely wife bought us local delicacies hand made so that we could experience a taste of Portugal food. Great base to explore Portugal or alternatively stay at for a complete relaxing getaway from the hustle of life. Totally recommend!!
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 .
Perfect, lovely hosts with loads of local tips, lovely place, great breakfast. My parents stayed on and even had an amazing dinner here.
I love this place - third time I stay there. Lovely staff, perfect location, comfortable and friendly. Super good value.
The location is excellent, right in the heart of the tourist area yet very quiet inside the room.