Casa das Três Magnólias

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Facing the Montemuro Mountains and with a wonderful view over the landscape, which overlooks the main church and the Casa da Torre (Tower House), better known as “The Illustrious House of Ramires” (from Eça de Queirós's novel), this charming local accommodation unit consisting of two houses (the great and the small) invites guests seeking a quiet and intimate location in an extremely welcoming environment.
Beautifully restored from the tenant farmer´s house, this accommodation unit, consisting of 3 bedrooms, allows you to enjoy unique moments in front of the fireplace, in the company of a book, or swinging in a sleeping hang net or resting in a corner of the garden in the shade of a magnolia.
Feel yourself at home! Take breakfast in the dining room, and use the fully equipped kitchen to prepare light meals. Stroll through the garden and taste the berries peeping out at the hedges.

Facilities: Living room with fireplace and TV, fully equipped kitchen, breakfast room, den, 3 bathrooms, parking, pool, and garden

Working hours: By appointment only

Address: Rua de S. Cipriano, N.º 2504, 4660-301 S. Cipriano
E-mail: casatresmagnolias@gmail.com
Phone: 967034732
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