Trovador City Guest Houses - Manor Houses

Guimarães
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Located in the Historic Centre of Guimarães, the Trovador City Guest Houses is born from a new concept of tourism, where the affection and comfort are part of the definition of the art of hospitality. Wants above all make you feel at home, since they are in the Heart of Portugal.

Press for a modern, comfortable and functional decor, set in a restored historic building, with a unique and privileged view over the city of Guimarães.

It offers 13 suites and 1 T0 for 4 people. All suites at the Troubadour City Guest Houses are equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries, LCD TV and a kettle with a selection of teas and coffee.

The Trovador also has free Wi-Fi throughout the space of Guest Houses, including suites. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast served in the room by the time of awakening.
It is centrally located, 300 meters walk to great restaurants, bars, cafes and shopping centers, great to experience the typical Portuguese cuisine.

The Guest Houses is a 10-minute walk from the Palace of the Dukes of Braganca and Guimaraes Castle. The Early Modern Art Museum is a 5-minute walk, as well as the Centro Cultural Vila Flor.
Address: Largo do Trovador, nºs 20 e 31 4810-451 Guimarães
E-mail: geral@trovador.com.pt
Phone: +351935373400

25 Apr 2016 to 31 Dec 2020

24 Jul to 03 Aug 2020
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