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Casa da Encosta is a traditional village cottage, set in the pretty village of Penedo with its Church, Village Shop, Cafe & Restaurant. High up on the Sintra Mountains it overlooks the Atlantic Coast, ideal for walking, relaxing, surfing & exploring.
'CASA da ENCOSTA' is situated in the small quiet village of PENEDO with views to the Atlantic coast and the Sintra mountains.
The cottage has a large comfortable living room with table and chairs,sofa,two armchairs and fireplace with woodburner.
There are two double bedrooms,one with a double bed,the other has twin beds and there is a mezzanine platform with double mattress.The two bathrooms are located adjacent to the bedrooms.
Stairs lead down to the kitchen/diner which is fully equipped and has a breakfast bar and table and chairs to seat six.Double doors lead out to the footpath at the side of the cottage.
The garden,which has an abundance of flowers and trees,also has a garden house with a washing machine and utility room.
There are three patio areas with garden furniture,pot plants and flowers.Ideal for sitting out,relaxing and enjoying the wonderful sunsets.
One of the main features of the cottage are the original hand painted Azulejo tiles.
AREA: Sintra is well known for its historic buildings, palaces and beautiful gardens.
The Pena Palace is situated on top of the Sintra mountain next to the Moorish Castle.
It can be reached by car, bus, horse drawn carriage or on foot! It is a very steep climb and only the very fit should attempt to walk!
The town itself is a very popular tourist area and has many places of interest and a tourist office.
Cascais, Estoril and Lisbon provide all that you may require in the way of shops, museums, historic
buildings, night-life and a casino.
Further north the Mafra palace and the fishing port of Ericeira are worth a visit.
Between Guincho and Adraga beaches lies the most westerly point of Europe- Caba da Roca. A monument by the lighthouse marks the point.
ATLANTIC COAST: The Atlantic coast provides wonderful surfing and boarding.
Some of the Portuguese championships are held along these beaches.
Several are easily accessible and have very good facilities including cafe/bars and excellent seafood restaurants.
The beaches at Praia Grande and Praia Macas have swimming pools open to the public.
- Treat the place like your home, clean up after yourself, respect the beauty of the place
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