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Wonderful 300 year old fort, but like being a guest in someone's home - it even has an honesty bar! Lovely rooms, kind and friendly staff, especially Cecelia, great views. They even have their own boat which ferries you too and from wonderful beaches. Can't...More
Our experience here was fantastic and so relaxing. The manager (Claudia) was lovely and such a gracious hostess. The room, just off of a breathtaking courtyard, was clean, well-appointed and spacious--especially considering it was one of the smaller rooms. The pool is small but lovely...More
Tough call here for a 5 or 4 score. First we really enjoyed it because for us the natural beauty and the views were just calming and peaceful away from the overcrowded and overbuilt of the area. As others described, it was an oasis and...More
My husband and I stayed here for three nights during our two-week Portuguese honeymoon, and it was the perfect peaceful respite after a week of high-paced sightseeing in the cities. I don't think I've ever felt so at home in a hotel before.
We stayed in this heaven of peace for three days. Its private, nearly a sense of non commercial, very historic , yet much had been done to this beauty subtly and blending in to provide comfort and warmth. The hostess and staff welcoming and timless...More
Many of the rooms do have air conditioning (ours did). In August we didn't really need it; I think in late September evenings must be very pleasant and cool. The place is amazing so don't let AC considerations get in the way... More
Many of the rooms do have air conditioning (ours did). In August we didn't really need it; I think in late September evenings must be very pleasant and cool. The place is amazing so don't let AC considerations get in the way of a wonderful stay!! Enjoy!
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"Visit here in the early fall, when the weather is still great and the crowds are gone!"