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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. Near the Camino Portugués Central route. Nice bed and clean rooms. Walking distance to the church and other cafés/. Shops. Has it oqn Restaurant.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Barcelos Way Guest House offers accommodations in Barcelos. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Great location, decoration and staff. The bed are really comfortable and the room have all the necessary facilities.
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. I was given a really warm welcome. The staff member took me to my room, which was spacious and had a marvellous view over the city. Throughout my stay all staff were friendly and obliging. The facilities were wonderful and the breakfast was well presented and with good variety.
Located in Barcelos, 24 miles from Viana do Castelo, Art'otel Barcelos provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. Everything! It’s quirky, arty, super comfortable, well-located, and the staff are amazing. Little touches like complimentary water in the lobby, cakes (!), a gorgeous comfortable guest lounge and tranquil courtyard. We couldn’t fault it. The breakfast was excellent and replenished as new diners arrived.
Casa Lugar da Aldeia has a garden and a terrace in Barcelos. The property has a shared kitchen and free WiFi throughout the property. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this delightful getaway ... We rented out two of the three rooms, and had great fun using the spacious kitchen to prepare family meals while lingering at the dining table. The architectural design and layout of the rooms and property were both stylish and well-conceived, and the sweet hosts were a highlight!
Located in Barcelos, 18 miles from Viana do Castelo, Casa de S. Sebastião has a bar and free WiFi. The farm stay offers a continental or à la carte breakfast. A terrace can be found at Casa de S. The reception - check in check out was at the next coffee very well labelled and easy to find. The house is very pretty and clean, it is totally quite and I slept very well.
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.
Market is on Thursdays and is worth a look. Other than that, the town itself is exceptionally beautiful and the people were very friendly and helpful. If you want a relaxing place to visit in picturesque Portugal, Barcelos should be on the trip.
I was a single traveler in Room 201. This property is a very good deal in Barcelos. The staff is friendly, accommodating, eager to assist & they communicate in English incredibly well. The buffet breakfast is better than adequate. The property has a comfortable communal lounge with free coffee & tea (24 hours). There’s a complimentary bottle of water in the big room.
The best accomodation I stayed at in Portugal. The house is beautiful. You will have everything you need. Well equipped kitchen, comfortable bed(s), nice bathroom(s), secure parking and privacy. Pedro is a nice guy who is very helpful and will give recommendations on what to do and see in the area.
Overlooking the river and medieval bridge and scenic view of old town Barcelos. The rooms are beautiful and super clean. The bed a dream. And the staff are friendly and very helpful. Extended my stay an extra night it was so lovely.
the place was easy to find, good value for money during el camino . the reception is 200 m further in another hotel, which we forgot about after working for 40km, so had to return
Nice place to stay in Barcelos. The conditions of the hostel are perfect and the staff is truly friendy and helpful! 👌
Central location and enjoyed our meal at the hotel restaurant.
Great location. Close to restaurants. Barcelos is beautiful
The property was in a nice location, off the regular path to the city. It had a very nice view and the atmosphere at the casa was extremely relaxing. The room was very clean, the bathroom was amazing and the hosts were fantastic. The hosts are extremely helpful and very accommodating. The stay was so enjoyable that I sometimes I just wanted to stay at Casa instead of going out. It's really close to everything including Braga. If you are staying outside of the cities, do yourself a favour and stay here. It's extremely comfortable.
Very nice room, english style - decoration is suberp. We liked also the personal touch of the owners and the historical guidance of the renovated monistary they gave us. Sitting on the same large table, we had the opportunity to meet the other guests which gave us a very comfortable and a homely feeling. The owners always adviced us where to go for good restaurants in the neigbourhood. Please do not hesitate to book a few nights at this place. It is well worth it and you will surely not regret.