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A good sized room with a lovely outlook. Good shower. Close walking distance to Sintra village, restaurants and shops, the National Palace and a 10 minute walk to Quinta de Reguleira. Sintra is absolutely beautiful and well worth a stay.
Joana was amazing! We had free parking, she moved her car. The apartment had a lovely view was so clean, we were welcomed with Port wine, cheese, apples and crackers and juice in our room. This is ideal for families with small children - there's...More
The room (or rather the small apartment) was huge compared to what we expected. A separate bedroom and a kitchen on the top floor. A smallish bathroom but with more than enough room for a shower. A large and comfortable bed and functional air conditioning....More
We loved everything about Casa Pendoa. The hosts, especially Daniela, were very helpful and friendly. The building/rooms are very tastefully designed. Each morning they leave warm bread outside of your door, with basic breakfast items in the room, an Espresso machine, and Port to taste!...More
What a charming place! The apartment was clean, good sized and we had welcome food and port wine. It's pretty hard to find, and parking is limited, but well worth driving around Sintra lost for a bit. Casa da Pendoa is run by some very...More
We had a GPS which got us close to the Casa, in a back alleyway that was very small. I got out and walked to the next parallel street where I found the Casa. My husband drove the car down the street in front where there... More
We had a GPS which got us close to the Casa, in a back alleyway that was very small. I got out and walked to the next parallel street where I found the Casa. My husband drove the car down the street in front where there was limited parking. We didn't move the car during the 3 days we were in SIntra. The B&B was excellent. If you contact them they maybe able to give you a better place to park. It is best to rent a small car if possible when driving in Portugal!