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All reviews tennis courts self catering studio apartment small train bowling green minute walk nice pool news channels restaurants and bars towels were changed free boat lawned area free pass has everything you could need plenty of storage end of october sized pool
We were staying as a large group (16 in total) in a number of units.
We were staying in a 2 bed villa. It was perfectly comfortable for our stay and had everything we needed. Our only complaints were that the accommodation was quite dark...More
We had a 2 bedroom villa in August. It was very clean and comfortable. The complex was clean and well run. The staff were all friendly and professional. The complex is very close to the waterfront boardwalk and restaurants which were all very good in...More
This was our second time here, but first time we were upgraded and perhaps why we enjoyed it better. We booked a studio apartment and this time got exactly that. It was meant for up to 3 people. We were just two, but found it...More
Pedras da Reinha is a gorgeous place but has allowed a French holiday company to take over the "entertainment" by the pool. When we visited it meant faux piped "chill" music by the pool from 10 am which ramped up to cheesy French / Eurotrash...More
Excellent hotel.friendly and only a few mins walk to the town and all the restaurants.we have been coming to cabanas since 2011 and we have stayed in apartments and the cabanas park hotel and this hotel is by far the best.looking forward to our next...More
Hi sir/madam, I would assume so about booking via the internet. In the evening there are plenty of restaurants and bars and also the hotel sometimes has evening entertainment. You won't be bored at all. Trains do run in the... More
Hi sir/madam, I would assume so about booking via the internet. In the evening there are plenty of restaurants and bars and also the hotel sometimes has evening entertainment. You won't be bored at all. Trains do run in the evening but not sure how late, best checking with hotel for timetables. For a fantastic evening out I would suggest a trip into Old Tavira and enjoy the cathedral and churches. You can take a train to the Spanish borders (45mins) and take a 10 minute ferry to Spain, Ayemonte is beautiful and traditional Spanish town with Churches, beaches and also an old matador bullring. Hope this helps