Finding an ideal family-friendly bed and breakfast in Mertola does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hospedaria Rita - Mertola, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hospedaria Rita - Mertola offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of the nearby restaurants that are within walking distance of Hospedaria Rita - Mertola, such as Espaco Casa Amarela (0.3 mi), CasadePasto Cafetaria Tamuje (0.1 mi), or Alengarve (0.2 mi).
If you’re looking for something to do, Parque Natural do Vale do Guadiana (0.4 mi), Mertola Castle (0.3 mi), and Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Anunciação (0.4 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hospedaria Rita - Mertola.
Hospedaria Rita - Mertola looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Mertola.
The staff was so rude, violent and they don't care about their customers even if them have kids. They did overbooking and they said that it wasn't their problem and they didn't do anything to solve that problem. We were almost beaten by the staff. It was absolutely awful!! I don't recommend !!
The hosts were amazing and very welcoming! This was the best place of all the ones we've looked through online. But indeed it was even better! Easy to find Very clean and spacey Wonderful view overlooking the river Quiet place for relaxation Within walking distance of all major attractions TOP NOTCH!
I booked this place online thru booking.com for 2 nights. I booked two room for 4 adults. I got a one bedroom, 1 small sofa bed. My booking stated that I was getting a two bedroom apartment. I had no choice but to take it since they had nothing else available and it was 9pm with no other lodging in that area with vacancy. The owner knew it too and said if I didn't want to stay then he was fine with that :( The sofa bed was made up of a wooden board with a hard sponge on top of it. It hardly fit in the room that was supposed to be a living room with tv. The tv (14") was in the main bedroom on a 3 ft stand. The bathroom was nice and clean but the towels were like sandpaper and looked like they had been washed in dirty water although they smelled ok. Bed linens were fine. The positive thing was the place was clean and did have a small kitchen and a washing machine if you needed to do laundry. However, this row home was located in a very dark lane way and parking was at the top of a hill close to a church where it was well lit. The owner told us we were safe but to park the car by the church. ??? THE ARGUING DURING CHECK OUT ! I only stayed one night. Upon check out which was another building, the owners wife walked out to the reception area to ask me some questions. Her husband asked her to be quiet and they started to argue in front of me. They were disputing over money and she has a say in the business etc. Their employees had to take the wife to the lounge where I heard and saw her throw plastic chairs and other items around and call him a monster. He apologized, gave me my receipt and I took off.…
We arrived late, and tired, after driving from Faro (wonderful drive, wild flowers, storks, and rolling hills). We eventually mastered the one-way system, and the narrow village streets, but it was a bit stressful to begin with. We found H. Rita by sheer luck, down a short narrow and steep little incline, and were able to park the hire car (Peugeot 208) at the front entrance. Our host took us in, and provided an excellent double room ("matrimonale" in Spanish) with a small veranda overlooking the river. The room was comfortable, with good bath and shower facilities, and plenty of towels. There was a kitchen with microwave, kettle, tea coffee and sugar, cutlery and crockery, as well as a small dining area, and a fire. (There are grocery shops within 50 metres - one of their staff advised us on the local wine. When we returned the next night for another bottle, they were closed for stocktaking - the shop assistant asked us if we enjoyed the wine, he was very amused when we said he was disappointing us by being closed!) There were few visitors at this time so itwas very quiet, and we enjoyed a three-night stay (originally two nights!) Mertola is a lovely small museum town, with a super castle, several small museums, and an Islamic Centre - the town is twinned with a town in Morocco, they have an Islamic Festival in May to develop these links. Our host was helpful, friendly and welcoming, overcoming the language barrier, and got our Portuguese stay off to an excellent start. (Note- Don't assume there will always be an English speaker handy,especially North of the Algarve. Try young people for translators!)…
Good clean and comfortable lodgings , with lovely views of the river and bridge. Bad points no breakfast or tea / coffee making facilities but their is a fridge in the room The off street parking is down a steep alleyway. I will stay again and bring a travel kettle.