Finding an ideal romantic bed and breakfast in Vila Real does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho offer a flat screen TV, a sofa, and a seating area.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including sun umbrellas, beach chairs, and a gift shop. Guests of Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a restaurant, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, street parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Capela Nova ( Igreja de São Paulo ) (2.2 km) and Sao Domingos Church (2.3 km), guests of Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho can easily experience some of Vila Real's most well known attractions.
If you’re looking for a sushi restaurant, consider a visit to Amadeus, which is not far from Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as UTAD Botanical Garden.
Casa da Quinta de Sao Martinho puts the best of Vila Real at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This little gem is worth staying at the rooms and the owner’s are amazing and breakfast is included and don’t plan lunch you won’t need it.please visit the restaurant down the road it’s great. The room are huge as well
Cool and inviting on a hot day. Just enter through the large metal gates and find yourself in a cool oasis within the large stone wall garden. Clean, comfortable rooms. Hospitable hostess. Lovely grounds and pool. Good breakfast. Took 3 rooms with family and friends for a week. Enjoyed self made dinners under the large sycamore tree.
A traditional stone built Portuguese house with plenty of "public areas". We stayed in Apartment 1. The hosts, Ines and Paulo, were extremely helpful and friendly and spoke excellent English as well as French and obviously Portuguese. Our apartment was adequately equipped with all the necessary short term holiday requirements. The lounge area is comfortable in the main house for reading and watching the satellite television which has a selection of sport and news programmes in various languages. The bathroom was clean, modern and had an excellent shower with plenty of hot water. The extra plus was reasonable sized towels which were of good quality. All in all, a very pleasant stay for a couple of days and although we didn't use the swimming pool, it would be large enough for several people at one time to relax. We could only obtain the advertised free Wi-Fi if we went into the main house, although, to be fair, it was OK in that area. The TV in the apartment was only Portuguese which, for us was not a major problem, but the Wi-Fi was because we could have used that to get our own English news. The bedroom was reached by a rather narrow and steep spiral staircase which proved somewhat difficult with our small weekend suitcase. If we were staying for a longer period, a larger one might have been a problem to get up the stairs. The twin beds were just that - twin beds pushed together with single bedding, not made up as a double. Although there was plenty of lighting, they were mainly spots and didn't adequately light the interior of the apartment. We had to leave the filtered light on all night over the staircase for going downstairs to the bathroom. We found the sofa-bed in the apartment totally uncomfortable for sitting on - it was too low and too soft - and the dining room chairs were also unfortunately the most uncomfortable we have ever sat on even after removing the cushions. When it came to the galley kitchen area, because of the constraints of the room, we found it extremely small and difficult to get in and out of. Although we heard plenty of traffic on the road immediately adjacent to the building, it seemed to vanish after 10.00'ish and was not a problem. Our big disappointment though had to be the views and the built up area surrounding this establishment. We understand the problems of Ines and Paulo but it has detracted dramatically on their outlook. The gardens now overlook rooftops instead of mountains and dales and the front access is also marred by modern buildings. We didn't eat there at all so cannot coment but others reccomend the breakfsts. Would we stay again - probably if visiting the area.…
This is the very very best place we have stayed in on any of our trips abroad (14 years worth), I cannot praise this House and the owners enough for there kindness and there food is something to die for!! The accommodation was very good, room excellent, the surrounding area is breath- taking. They have a little cafe 10mins walk, opposite The Mateus estates, where you can sit and enjoy some local wines etc. The owners are very welcoming and I would love to go there again. I hope people who read this review go and stay.
My husband and I stayed here for four nights and used it as our base for exploring various places in Northern Portugal. The owners were warm and welcoming and gave us a great breakfast each morning. They were also flexible about the time - we would say breakfast at 9 AM but then we would not show up until 9:30 and this was not a problem. They also were very helpful in making suggestings and organising various tourist things for us. Our room was lovely and very clean. We could walk to at least three restaurants for our evening meal. I woudl suggest eating at A Vinva or the restaurant across the street from it, both of which serve very large meals with a serving for one enough for two. Also try the sausage recommended by the owner of this b and b. It is the best I have ever had.