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Estalagem Senhora da Guia
Hotel Type: Hotel
Environment: Seaside (ocean front)
Number of Rooms: 41
Prices: from 100.00 EUR to 340.00 EUR
It is no exaggeration to describe the seaside road that connects Cascais and the Sintra hills as one of the most picturesque in the land.
To the left, as you head west, the wild waves of the Atlantic crash down onto the craggy shores. To the right, the Sintra hills come majestically into view, and you can just about make out the fairytale palaces and manor house nestling on the top.
Within this privileged environment you will find the Cascais boutique hotel of Estalagem Senhora da Guia. Made up of three elegant and renovated outbuildings, and set within stylish pine gardens, the charming Senhora da Guia is a classic case of how to do things right.
With 41 rooms, it is large enough to provide those luxurious little services and goodies sophisticated travelers expect, including spa treatments and first rate restaurant, but it is also small enough to offer that intimate feeling of seclusion, buffeted as it is from the outside world by those ample pine gardens we mentioned earlier.
To be sure, the pervading atmosphere is one of total relaxation, helped not only but the discreet service on offer but also by the tasteful decoration throughout, which can be best described as somewhat reminiscent of the old English era. That means one thing – elegance.
So, we get well decorated ample rooms, most of which come with a sea view balcony, stylish public areas, lounge with bar, fireplace furnished with mementos and a terrace that looks beyond the excellent saltwater swimming pools (yes, pools – there are two) to the fabulous Atlantic Ocean.
Making the most of what the Estalagem Senhora da Guia has to offer is easy. Read a book by the pool, wander amongst the gardens, and recharge the batteries. It is also just as easy to go out and discover this beautiful region of Portugal, visit historic towns, play some golf, perhaps, or simply wander by the water’s edge.
Better still, do both, using the Estalagem Senhora da Guia Cascais boutique hotel as a privileged base.
Estalagem Senhora da Guia Reviews
We stayed at the Senhora da Guia for a long weekend and found it to be an excellent choice. Relaxing and quite near to a lot of interesting places to see. Thanks for the suggestion. Good choice.Date of stay at the Estalagem Senhora da Guia
Double Sea View
Rooms come with modern amenities, including Air Conditioning, Hairdryer, High Speed Internet Access, Minibar, Telephone, Flat screen satellite TV and radio, Work Desk, Safe with Digital Lock
Suite Sea View
18 superior rooms. Include Air Conditioning, Hairdryer, High Speed Internet Access, Minibar, Telephone, Flat screen satellite TV and radio, Work Desk, Safe with Digital Lock
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Sports & Activities
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Places to See
The romantic town of Sintra, praised by Lord Byron, is a must for those visiting the Cascais and Estoril Coast.
Less than twenty kilometres away, this area is particularly attractive for its lush vegetation and the original architecture of the houses, mostly dating back to the19th century.
Cabo da Roca
The most westerly point of Europe, a magnificent cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the delightfully unspoilt countryside, the low-growing vegetation and in the spring, the white carpet of Armeria Pseudarmeria, unique to this area.
An internationally known resort, Estoril has all the facilities you will need together with a natural beauty and individual architecture blending with the surroundings. It is worth taking a stroll along to Monte Estoril, where you will find many pretty buildings on the way. In the park in front of the Casino, a colourful scene pleases the eye, edged by tall, tropical palm trees. Without losing any of its natural charm, Estoril has spread and now offers many facilities for the visitor.
Guincho beach, lying at the foot of the Sintra hills and facing the Atlantic, should not be missed.
Praia Grande and Praia da Adraga in Colares after Cabo da Roca.
Cascais market: Every Wednesday morning. Food and, like Carcavelos there are many good bargains available.
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