Casa Da Oliveira
Category: Bed and Breakfasts
Rental Type: Short Term
Rental Character: Rural
Rates From: € 50.00
50 euros per night. One night stays 55 euros. Seven nights or more 10% discount. Includes breakfast.
Region / Area: Central Portugal
State: Ferreira Do Zezere
Town / City: Areias
Nearest Important City: Tomar
Nearest Airport: Lisbon
Casa da Oliveira offers 1st class bed and breakfast accommodation in a tranquil and relaxing location.
You will find it in a large village called Avecasta which is located in Central Portugal in the triangle of
Alvaiázere, Ferreira do Zêzere and Tomar.
Casa da Oliveira is a large single story villa offering continental or full english bed and breakfast to its guests.
There are two large rooms, one double and one twin, a large modern bathroom, swimming pool, terrace and bbq area.
The 1st bedroom has a double bed with beside tables and lamps, chest of drawers, fitted wardrobes, 2 comfortable armchairs, coffee table and satellite tv and a window overlooking the rear garden and swimming pool.
The 2nd bedroom has twin beds, bedside cabinets with lamps, chest of drawers, fitted wardrobes and french doors opening onto the front verandah.
Breakfast (continental or full english) is served on the rear terrace or in the breakfast room inside the house.
The large modern family bathroom has a double vanity unit with mirrors above, a bath with shower above, toilet and bidet.
Family groups and friends of 4 persons share the bathroom. If there are only 2 people in your party the bathroom is exclusive to you during your stay.
To the rear of the villa is a raised terrace with steps leading down to the garden and swimming pool area.
For guest use around the pool, there are sun loungers, a bench table, shaded seating area and a bbq.
January to December
One night 55 euros per night
Two or more nights 50 Euros per night.
Two rooms with shared bathroom 90 Euros per night.
PLACES OF INTEREST TO VISIT
In terms of historic significance and romantic beauty, Coimbra is second only to Lisbon and Oporto. Its ancient buildings cling to the side of the hill that rises above the curves of the river Mondego, the ornate buildings of the famous University of Coimbra are its crowning glory.
Conimbriga, one of Europe's great Roman archaeological finds and one of the best preserved in the Iberian peninsula, is sixteen kilometers (10 miles) from Coimbra.
The beautiful village of Dornes is a peninsula on the shores of the Castelo do Bode lake. One of the main attractions is the pentagonal Templar tower.
The views from Dornes are stunning - hills covered in pine and eucalyptus trees which slope down to meet Castelo do Bode.
Fátima is famous for the shrine called the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, built to commemorate the events of 1917 when three peasant children claimed to have seen the "Virgin of the Rosary", Our Lady of Fátima. When the children asked for her name, she said "I am The Lady of The Rosary". The children experienced the purported Marian apparitions in a pasture called the Cova da Iria.
GRUTAS DA MIRA DA AIRE
These caves were discovered in 1947. The entrance is 300m in altitude, but inside they reach 180m in depth. Their formation goes back 150 million years to the Middle Jurassic age, when the dinosaurs populated this region. Their footprints can be seen here today.
Situated on the north banks of the River Tagus, the charm of Lisbon exists in its strong links to the past; renovated palaces, magnificent churches and an impressive castle mirror the city's rich cultural heritage. Its eclectic blend of neighborhoods, culture and architecture distinguish this capital city uniquely from the other European capitals and make it a truly fascinating and comprehensive city to visit.
Perched on a hill rising out of an agricultural plain, Óbidos is one of Portugal’s picturesque gems. From its lofty centre one gazes upon expanses of vineyards speckled with whirling windmills and terracotta-roofed homesteads. The name Óbidos stems from the Latin for citadel
Although a small town, Tomar plays a large role in a very important stage of Portuguese history, with links to the Knights Templar and the Discoveries, and remains an attractive and interesting place to visit.
Directions From Lisbon Airport to Casa da Oliveira
As you leave the airport follow the signs for the A1 Norte (North) towards Porto.
After several miles you will pass through the Toll, collect a ticket and continue North.
Approx 100 Km from the airport exit at Junction 7 onto the A23.
As you leave you pay the toll just over 5 euros.
Continue along the A23 for about 20 Km take the exit for the IC3 towards Tomar and Coimbra.
Head North on the IC3 this is a major road after about 20 Km the road changes to a lower grade of road with no dual carriageway.
Continue on for about another 15 Km and you will reach the village of Pereiro.
As you go through the village you turn left at the sign for Avecasta this is next to a large furniture shop.
Follow the road for about 2 Km you will reach the village of Avecasta.
You will pass the café on your right café Simoes 50 m past here bear right.
Follow the road round to the left ignoring 2 right hand turns.
You will pass a small Olive Mill on your right we are the second house on the left a large white bungalow.
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Taxas Desde: € 50,00
Região: Central Portugal
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