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Charlottetown, Canada
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Difficult to find, but Google maps GPS saved the day. A good trek into town if you are walking, but they do have bikes. Nice quiet rooms and a nice portuguese breakfast of cheese, cold cuts, homemade jams, muffins, fruit and good strong coffee

Thank Joan O
Lewes, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Quite difficult to find . Small but adequate room Friendly and helpful staff who thankfully put the electric radiator on in our room as it was quite a cold night. Breakfast quite adequate. Wifi fine Need a car to get to restaurants for the evening

Thank robin p
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

The room is small however very confortable and the temperature is perfect. We are talking about a very friendly and familiar place. The room is very cleaned. You can use a shared tv room with a fireplace. You also have a tv in your own room. Wifi could be better. Great experience.

Thank Richasantos
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 September 2016

Great little place bit quirky. Spotless rooms and a delicious breakfast with lots of home made produce. Cake and the Tomato jam is delicious. The ladies that looked after us during our one night stay were just lovely .... Definitely worth a visit if you arevperhapsmtouring that area. A drive to Odeceixe which is not far is just a must....

Thank Kathy I
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 17 July 2016

Not easy to find. Once in the neighborhood we asked a kid on his bike for the Casazul and he said, "follow me". Took us to the place. We had a nice, quiet room with a delicious breakfast. Cazazul is in a residential area about 3 kilometers from the old town and beaches.

Thank JohnMC-NJ
Reviewed 2 May 2016

We where doing a road trip across the Algarve and Alentejo and pre-booked a stay in this B&B. This place is a bit hidden, not quite on the center of Vila Nova but in a small town near by. Finding it was only through Google Maps as it's a neighborhood house converted into a B&B. In the end was parked...

1Thank Vasco C
Juneau, Alaska
Reviewed 3 March 2016 via mobile

We stayed here while walking the Rota Vicentina. It is a lovely place and the owners are so nice! Natercia arrived within minutes when we called for a ride from town. I left my water bottle in the room when we left to walk to Almograve the next day and they were so kind that they delivered it to me...

Thank alaskahiker2
Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 15 September 2015

Paulo is an excellent host breakfast was very good loved the pao Alentejano in a little bag so cute thank you for the stay we will be back wishing you my friend all the best say hello to kind Natercia

Thank Paula R
Lisbon, Portugal
Reviewed 19 July 2015

We´ve stayed at Casazul only for one night but we loved it. It´s located in tipical Alentejano house The room was clean, had a private bathroom and felt really private. Even on breakfast (excellent by the way, served in the garden) when the patio got prety full it was really comfortable, we could have quiet breakfast without hearing other peopel...

1Thank Magdalena K
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 3 April 2015

two nights for €100, including breakfast can't be beat. The rooms are small, but in great condition and very clean. The bathrooms don't have good ventilation so the room itself becomes quite damp after showers. There's also some minor mold in the tile grout as an obvious consequence of the humidity. The owner (female) doesn't speak English, but her husband...

Thank micrane253

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
CasazulLocated in the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejano, this lodge is located in Alagoachos, in a quiet area approximately 1500m from Vila Nova de Milfontes center.Casazul have the art of hospitality typical of Alentejo. In the garden you can take a wonderful breakfast in summer or the room by the fireplace in the winter where you can take a good conversation.Have double and triple rooms equipped with private bathrooms, tv and free wi-fi. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casazul

Address: Alagoachos Lote 299, Vila Nova de Milfontes 7645-012, Portugal
Region: Portugal > Alentejo > Beja District > Vila Nova de Milfontes
Price Range: $65 - $97 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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“We had the three rooms which are located in the garden they were all lovely”
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