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Quinta da Cerdeira has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Seia, 3.2 miles from Bread Museum. Guests at the farm stay can enjoy a continental breakfast. MR. Elio is a wonderful host and amazing person. Everything was great. Specially the food. If you go there please try the food. Gina will cook amazing dishes and all of them full of flavour and portions that will satisfy 2 hungry individuals...We had the opportunity to spent NYE with them and don't regret it a bit. Highly recommended... will come back for sure.
Casas do Terreiro is located in Seia, 3.7 mi from Bread Museum. There is a games room on site and guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. The accommodations features a seating area. It's perfect for a romantic escape. José Henriques was very welcoming. Casas do Terreiro is located in the church square of a quiet village. In the heart of the Serra da Estrela region. By car, you can spend your day visiting the region. And return in the evening for a peaceful dinner.
Located in Seia city center, Casa do Vidoeiro dates back to the 19th century and offers modern, self-catering studios and apartments. It sits 15 mi from the highest point of Serra da Estrela Mountain.... The staff were excellent! They told us everything we needed to know and we did pretty much everything they recommended and we loved it! Everything was perfect. I couldn't believe how nice the place was for the price!
Casa do Fundo - Sustainable & Ecotourism features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Seia, 6.8 mi from Bread Museum. Lovely space. 120 years old house, with all conmodities. Huge room and huge bathroom. Wonderful gourmet breakfast. The hosts were super nice and helpfull. Private parking.
Set 5.6 mi from Bread Museum, Casa da Ribeira do Círio offers accommodations with a shared lounge, a terrace and a shared kitchen for your convenience. The house was great. Well built and very good interior. The location was also really good by being secluded and a very good place to escape from the city life. We also had very good service by the hostess. Loved the entire experience ♥️
On average, 3-star hotels in Seia cost $79 per night, and 4-star hotels in Seia are $141 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Seia can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Only went into Seia once during our stay but wished we'd spent more time there. Difficult time to review things because of all the restrictions at the moment. Recommend Taberna to eat, great food and lovely service.
Perfect getaway from busy life. At the foothills of serra de estrela, the tiny villages, especially Sandomil, was a great break. The hosts at Sandomil RiverBeach Nest were fantastic. The house by the river is relaxing and zen. I would definitely come back.
Quiet, calm, pleasant and spacious city, many shops and offices, you can solve any issue, from shoe repair to laptop repair. There are 3 interesting and unique museums (Bread, hydropower and toys), several good roads to the mountains, clear water in the tap, a lot of forests and springs. Good Italian, Neapolitan pizzeria in the city center with an outgoing owner and quality pizza.
I love to have lunch in the restaurant of Museu do Pão, (The Bread Museum), in Seia. Great food and great surroundings. Its a buffet of starters and deserts and there's a fish dish and a meat dish included in the menu for 19,50€. Its a great place to try the local wonders.
our cottage was lovely. unfortunately it was a too hot for much walking but it is a wonderful area to visit. i would definatley return. didn't like the selling of the puppies on the road sides but they did seem happy and cared for. nice bread delivered to the door each morning. good walk from outside the door or go up to the dam and have a stroll from behind the shop and let the dogs (or you) cool of in the water. surprisingly lovely area.
Well situated to explore the mountains, the bread museum is very good and close to town, plenty of shops and a big supermarket. Not easy to park in town and the one way system will confuse on the first day. Better to park and walk then you can sample all the local cheese and honey on offer.
This was a wonderful apartment! We loved everything about it. The location was amazing in a charming town. All the people who lived in the town were so friendly. The breakfast was by far one of the best we have had in Portugal. The warm fresh bread and cakes and local farm cheese made for a perfect start to the day. The terraces were so nice to enjoy coffee in the morning and wine in the evenings. Beautiful pool as well. We will stay here again!
Everything. Great place, very nice people, swimming pool, breakfast, little shop, wonderful setting. Would recommend to everyone. We stayed only for one night during our trip but will keep very nice memories. Owner is a very nice, passionate person.
Laura is very friendly and caring owner. Breakfast in the family dining room was charming. Near the house is the greatest garden with a pool. House is so beautiful and gorgeous. It was our 2nd time here and we want to come again.
The staff were excellent! They told us everything we needed to know and we did pretty much everything they recommended and we loved it! Everything was perfect. I couldn't believe how nice the place was for the price!
The location is exceptional. Anna was always available for any request. I brought my dog and it is a very good location to bring your pet!
The location is great, has restaurants close by and also a supermarket. It was very cold this time of the year but the room was very cozy
Great location and nice views from hotel. 😀