Quinta da Graca

Quinta da Graca

8/6 A Casa Araujo Abreu Vaddo, Saligao, Bardez 403511 India
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#1 of 3 B&Bs in Saligao
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Quinta da Graca is a charming Indo - Portuguese Mansion dating back to the early 1940's in the quiet village of Saligao, only a 10 minute drive from popular beaches like Calangute, Candolim and Baga. The mansion with its Belgian Chandeliers and Indo- Portuguese furniture transport you to the days gone by. Our six double occupancy suites and lush tropical gardens that surround the property ensure coziness as well as privacy - an ideal escape from the crowded tourist areas of Goa. Our rooms are individually styled with Indo-Portuguese furnishings and are air- conditioned. We make an unusual effort to ensure that our guests enjoy their stay with us. That's why we've arranged for your stay to include complimentary breakfast, in house laundry services, daily housekeeping, concierge services, safe deposit lockers, luggage storage, free parking, wi-fi, taxi, car and bike hires.
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Free breakfast
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8/6 A Casa Araujo Abreu Vaddo, Saligao, Bardez 403511 India
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pete_n_pat wrote a review Mar 2015
London, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our 3rd stay with Savio and Audrey at QDG and each stay has been brilliant (see previous reports).

This trip to Saligao we had 8 nights at QDG and enjoyed it so much. Breakfast for us was sharp 9am which suited us, note: no evening meals here but plenty of restaurants to choose from locally. The house is kept immaculate and everything in character with the property we love it here so much. 

Bullet hired from Savio's rental guy Nitesh and was an excellent bike no problems.

They both saw us off in the taxi Savio had arranged for us to the airport, sad to leave.

When next in Goa we will be back with Savio & Audrey for 4th stay.
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Date of stay: February 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: See website for the different styles
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 3 Jun 2015
It was a pleasure to host you and your wife for the third time. We are looking forward to meet you in Feb 2016, till then do take care of yourselves. We appreciate the good things you have said about us and our homestay. Thank you. Savio
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combil wrote a review Mar 2015
india
4.0 of 5 bubbles
It's a gorgeous house tucked away in a pretty village and is managed by a polite and welcoming couple. We stayed in the big room overlooking the garden with a little balcony of its own. The room has an old world feel to it and has a four poster bed. However, the bathroom is newly constructed for the purpose of letting out the room and is rather basic.The amenities are almost non existent and the breakfast is very basic too. We ended up going out for breakfast as on a vacation breakfast is very important and we look forward to spending a long time over some good food and coffee in the morning.

Having said all that, the place provides very good value at its tariff and gives you a good glimpse into a charming village in Goa, which you are likely to miss out on if you stay near one of the beaches. Also at 2 minutes walking distance to this place, is one of Goa's hidden secrets- Cantare. It's a bar with a great vibe, good drinks and food and live Jazz music on certain nights. It's a classy bar and not cheap. So plan before you go.
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Date of stay: April 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 3 Jun 2015
Greetings from QDG. We are always on the look out for suggestions for improvement. Thank you for your suggestions and on your perceptions. We will take them as a tool to improve our services. Thank you. Savio
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Pramodpk wrote a review Oct 2012
Bengaluru, India
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for 3 nights at Quinta Da Graca and thoroughly enjoyed the warmth, care and hospitality of the hosts - Savio Uncle and Audrey Aunty. We have stayed in home stays before and this is the first time that we experienced a true home stay experience. When we left, we felt that we were visiting our relatives. Our daughter became so fond of Savio Uncle.:)

We stayed in the Melancia room. The room was spacious, well ventilated and had a nice balcony with a cloth drying stand which was very useful. The bathroom was very clean and had a separate geyser. The bath towels, bed sheets, curtains were very clean. The room was cleaned every day and mineral water was provided

We appreciate the passion the hosts put in to make the guests comfortable. We were finding it difficult to find the way and Savio uncle came to a place a few Kilometres away from the home stay in his scooter and guided us to the home stay. We wanted to leave at 6:00 AM the day we left and thought of having breakfast on the way but we were offered breakfast and by 5:40 AM everything was ready on the table. They even packed some breakfast and bananas for us to eat on the way.

Would recommend this place for a quiet stay with family.
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Date of stay: September 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 6 Oct 2012
We are happy that our efforts made you and your family comfortable. My wife and i both look forward to meeting new guests every time. It gives the opportunity to meet and make new friends. The pleasure is entirely ours and we are richer for the experience. Thank you Pramod for giving us the opportunity Savio
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Idury wrote a review Jan 2015
Hyderabad, India
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed for 2 days on 14-Jan-2015 with my wife and 2 kids. You have to abide by their rules and as long as you do that you are welcome, you will be told that everything is mentioned on the website. Running this place seems to be a hobby for the husband and wife and that is the problem. It is not their passion.

The path from the main gate to the rooms on back is a rocky and bumpy and if you have luggage you have to lug it out. The owner is an old Gentelman and they do not have any maintenance staff or watchman, (but he will offer to carry it which I could not let myself do). It is amazing, considering the number of guests they had they were not even having a single handy helper to help the guests.

Coming to the rooms, the furniture is bare minimum, and there is no table or chairs to sit and eat, The view outside is nothing but the roof of the main house.

The complimentary breakfast consists of a bun, 2 eggs, half glass of juice and a small bowl of fruits, and if you ask for more bun, you will be politely refused because the owner had only brought limited buns.

When I got some food from outside, I had to ask for some cutlery and I was (again politely) asked not to eat on bed, which I did, and my family ate on a small table. But the next morning the owner asked me to get the dirty plates down, I was amazed. This is a whole new level. I politely refused and kept the plates outside the room.

While going out the next day I asked him to get the room cleaned due to sand on the floor and on bed (kids played a lot on beach the previous day), but when I came back at night I was disappointed to see that the towels has also not been changed ( we have used them 2 times already) and the the bed sheets were also not changed and just the bed had been made. Since I could not sleep with all the sand on bed, i called up the owner and I was told that "We change the bed sheet and towels on the need basis", on which i asked him when do they determine it is a good time to change dirty towels and bedsheet, Maybe a week ?.

That was when the owner and his wife barged down on on the room, gave us earful on how disrespecting we were, made a fuss , made us wait outside the room and and changed the sheets themselves.

But not before we got a good lecture on how sorry they were that they had let us stay on their premise without taking any advance and how we had disturbed them in the night.

When I am paying Good money per night to stay, I expect a level of comfort and maintenance. The whole attitude of their hospitality left a very bad feeling and aftertaste.

It is like staying at a distant relative's place, you have to follow all their house rules, otherwise you will be frowned upon and not welcome next time. The only difference is that here you pay money.
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Date of stay: January 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 5 Mar 2015
Thank you for the review. Though what you have written are all misstatements of facts, we are not going to contest them. We believe that in every review there is a message for us and that there is something benificial we can learn from a review. We will use this as an opportunity to retrospect and draw positives from it. Thank you for giving us this opportunity. We wish you and your family all the best. Savio
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Backpacker1615 wrote a review Feb 2016
New Delhi, India
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I wanted to give this a 2.5 but TripAdvisor doesn't give me that option. Stayed during the peak season. Could find availability here at the last minute.
The home is typically Goan style. The property is beautiful and located in a quiet place. Accessibility on day 1 was an issue because we didn't have our own vehicle.
Breakfast was sub-standard and served cold. Was informed that it was between 9 - 10. So presumed that anytime in between should be fine. However looks like if you need it hot, might as well be ready exactly at 9.
There was a power cut in the evening with no back-up. Insect and mosquitoes entered the room coz we left the door open during the power cut.
Bed was creaky and shaking.
Last but not the least, I felt there was an ethno-centric bias while the owners interacted with people. More attention was paid to guests from outside India. Another room's occupants also felt the same way.
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Date of stay: December 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Try the independent bungalow. The family that stayed there liked it.
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 6 Feb 2016
This review appears to be a fabrication with an intent to malign us.It does not look like any Dec 2015 guest has written this,because the review does not match with reality. Let me get to the the facts , 1 There were no last minute bookings in Dec 2015 and specially during the peak season. Our records show that the least period of booking was at least 10 days before check in. 2.There was an NRI family, the wife and mother in this family is a native of Saligao(our village) .This family stayed with us for 2 days and at the same time there was another family from the NCR and no one else. This period fell outside our peak season.Both wrote 'excellent' reviews for us titled "Home away from home".There was no mention of ethno-centric bias by either family in their reviews. Besides this there were no other guests from outside India in the whole month of Dec. These are serious charges,and have been levelled against us without any basis.Fabricated through figment of imagination.Why has the author of this review hidden behind a pseudo identity? If someone is writing the truth than he/she should have the courage and conviction to reveal themselves.
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meenakshi v wrote a review Jan 2016
India
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Firstly, this is not a hotel or a B&B. It is a homestay. This categorization (on all websites) might have helped in setting the expectations right. To start with positives
1. Location: Tagged on Google maps, Easy to find. Good place to stay if you have your own commute.
2. Parking: Though there was no closed parking, two cars can be parked comfortably. More than that might be a problem. The road outside is very narrow and one cannot park there.
3. Building/Rooms: It is an old home built in Portugese style. The room was huge and furniture was vintage. The property was well maintained.
4. Cleanliness: The pillows, sheets and towels were all clean and fresh. Considering that the owners don't have any other staff, this was a good feat to achieve. The rooms were also dust free.
5. Extra bed: We are 4 and makemytrip ended up booking one room. They arranged an extra bed in the room. That was helpful though we ended up paying double the room fare for that arrangement.

Now to the disappointments. We booked this property based on the raving reviews about the service. However that wasn't very true for us:
1. Lack of staff: An old couple are maintaining this place. So practically there is no one to help you with your luggage, or any other support you need. They have a bell that you can ring. Many a times we rang that bell and there was no response at all. Even the towels were not changed unless we asked them for it.
2. Breakfast: The worst breakfast I have ever had in any hotel/B&B or homestay. By breakfast they mean one bun like looking bread (cold and hard), a bowl of fruits which was cut hours before, a stick of butter, cold eggs and half a glass of Tropicana juice. You can chose between tea/coffee. It felt like a school/college hostel where everything was in limited quantities and when you ask for more, they come back saying they have to check the availability and sometimes even politely refuse. Thankfully we carried some bread and chocolate spread from home which helped. I saw that another recent reviewer has mentioned the same.
3. Lack of hospitality and questioning attitude: In any such accommodation, I don't want to be questioned by the management for silly things. We had gone to the beach and took the towel from the room as a back-up. Our room was cleaned when we were out. Once back, we were asked saying they counted the towels and found some missing and what we had done to them. This annoyed me a lot. At the time of check-out, if you find things missing, you can ask me. Questioning me while I am in the room about how I use the facilities provided to me is not acceptable. Else if they are that particular they can call their accommodation a hostel home stay and not the great hotel they represent it to be.
Though this is purely based on perception of me and my family, the place didn't feel warm or welcoming. Every moment they made us feel that they have shown mercy by putting in an extra bed for us which is not per their 'rules'. Some extra bread on the breakfast was also served with a frown as though it was a crime to ask.
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Date of stay: January 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: If you sleep late in the morning, don't take the room with the tiled ceiling. Light comes in...
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 1 Feb 2016
We expect our guests to inform themselves about us before they book.The info about our rooms,our tariff,booking procedure etc. is out there on the web in bold print. Alternately they can call or email us and we will respond without ambiguity.We are a homestay and have never portrayed ourselves otherwise.Our only advertisement is the over 1000 satisfied guests, from over 50 countries from around the globe.We have a prescribed time for breakfast (9:00 to 10.00 am)which is informed to the guests on arrival. If they inform us that they can't make it on time, we delay the preparation so that they get it hot and fresh.If you show up late without prior info, there is little we can do(this group showed up after 10:30 am). We have to presume that they will turn up on time and the breakfast is prepared for the time prescribed.We serve local delicacies like fresh woodfired oven baked bread called 'Poyee' (this group requested and were served 4 extra loaves on both days on the house, so much for food being out of stock and the breakfast being the worst !).There is a choice between Continental and Indian breakfast.this group did not want chicken sausage(part of the non veg menu). We served them 2 eggs each, 2 loaves of bread each, butter,juice, a bowl of fruit and coffee.Our average guests find this too heavy and tell us that they are going to skip lunch. The staffing is purely a management choice .Housekeeping and other chores are done through our staff.(this particular group by their own admission found the property, the room and bathroom clean and tidy).We choose to do breakfast ourselves as it gives us an excellent opportunity to interact with our guests. The charge for an extra adult is Rs 1000 + tax and is clearly shown on the websites, ours as well that of OTAs.We do give a guided tour of the private part of our house on request,but we definitely do not expect guests to enter our private quarters and bedrooms without our consent and knowledge(which happened in this case).And we certainly do not expect our guests to try to leave our property without paying the bill (for the 2 extra guests) which was presented to them when they sat for breakfast. This booking for 2 guests in our room Manga was through MMT. It was the only room available with us. MMT did not allow a cancellation.So they called me after midnight pleading to help them and to some how accommodate 4 guests.We allow only one additional adult in our double occupancy rooms and said so.We agreed to refund them 50% of what MMT would pay us after further pleas from another member of the family the next morning.Within an hour there was another call not to cancel and keep the booking by allowing all 4 of them in the same room.We agreed on condition that we would not be responsible for any discomfort they may have on account of overcrowding. The road outside is 7m wide(2 buses cross with ease).Our free parking can take 4 cars,provided care is taken to park properly.If guests arrive at 22:30hrs and have not communicated their arrival time we cannot retain our staff indefinitely waiting on them. We are in our fifties and are fit and hearty.World wide practice is that towels from the rooms are expected to be used in the rooms only. On request beach towels are provided.We did not question any one about towels,at 21:30 hrs a male member from the group rang the bell and asked for fresh towels (promptly given).A mention was made that house keeping found only 2 towels in the room,and that we provide separate towels for the beach. The MMT voucher clearly stated that the payment was made for 2 persons only. We had no intention to make anyone feel uncomfortable, communication is a 2 way street.We overlooked loud conversation, laughter etc in the room till 4 am. All messages were conveyed with utmost respect.At no point in time did we treat anyone with lack of respect. Discomfort may have been felt on your part when you were leaving with your bags and it was brought to your notice that the dues for the 2 extra guests were not settled. Were you guys expecting us to provide free accommodation for the extra 2 ? Savio
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amariena wrote a review Mar 2015
Zurich, Switzerland
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Quinta da Graca is a really nice and very clean place to relax. It is located in a quiet village slightly far from the beach, but very quickly Savio arraged a scooter for us which was very great. The rooms are great and nicely decorated with antique furnitures. The breakfast is very yummy and gives you a taste of the Goan cuisine. We loved to stay there and return to that lovely place after being out on the beach.
We especially loved the greenery around the house which is really impressive and so nice maintained.
We definitely recommend this place to people who want to enjoy Goa and stay at a quiet place and have great host!
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Date of stay: February 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Top floor rooms have the best view
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 3 Jun 2015
Thank you for the lovely review and all the praise you have lavished on us and on our property. It is a great responsibility that you have reposed on us and we will try our best to live up to it. We really enjoyed your company and you are welcome to visit us again. Savioi
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LUMKMN wrote a review Dec 2014
Hyderabad, India
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Although I was very sceptical about Quinta I must admit the place is very good. I only read about Quinta over the web before booking it and I am very happy I did it. It is ideally located interms of its distance from the beaches and also other parts of North Goa. The room as such is very comfortable with all the basic amenities. The other major advantage is the availability of a two-wheeler for rent from a guy known to Mr.Savio. The hosts are locals with great local knowledge so they do a very good job in suggesting places to visit etc.
The only major flipside of this homestay is that the hosts kept rearranging our stuff and luggage each time we stepped out of the room. Apart from this, we would keep the fan on so our washed/wet clothes would dry faster only to see the fan turned off when we returned. I hope Mr.Savio takes this as a feedback and gives the guests some space and privacy.
I am definitely looking forward to coming back to Goa and staying at Quinta with my family/friends.
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Date of stay: December 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 13 Jan 2015
Thank you for choosing QDG for your vacation in Goa. We are happy that you had a great time here. Thank you for your input, we really need input from our valued guests for us to stay on track,keep on evolving and improving. All your suggestions have been noted and put in effect. Savio
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NandiniChami wrote a review Nov 2015
Bengaluru, India
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Quinta da Graca is in Saligao, a short 1-2 km ride away from the Baga and Calangute beaches. If you want to beach-hop and yet have a quiet place to retire to in the night, where you can be away from the bustle of the party scene, and wake up in the morning to the sounds and sights of a quiet Goan village, this is the place for you. The home stay hosts Savio and Audrey are amazing -- very helpful and supportive with all requests; and also ever-ready to help you understand the intricacies of Goan cultural history. The rooms are spacious and furnished tastefully; and we liked the breakfast menu ! This is a place that my husband and I want to return to, year after year.
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Date of stay: October 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: To be honest we found all the rooms good!
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 22 Dec 2015
Thank you Nadini for the lovely review. We do strive to ensure our guests have the absolute best stay with us and reviews like yours are motivating and greatly appreciated. We look forward to hosting you and your family again. Warm Regards, Savio
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Rpilid wrote a review Oct 2015
Coonoor, India
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in Melancia and had a lovely time
Great hosts, beautiful heritage home with a real feel of old Goa.
Well located for access to both Panjim and the beaches.
We were very comfortable and all amenities were available.
Highly recommended
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Date of stay: October 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Choose an air conditioned room during the summer months
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Response from SavioAraujo, Owner at Quinta da Graca
Responded 26 Oct 2015
Thank you for mentioning that the quality of sleep was excellent. The one thing we can't do anything about is the birds pleasantly chirping to announce the arrival of the next pleasant day in Saligao. The location as you have mentioned is ideal in other ways, close to the happening places, yet a restful place to come to after hectic night. Thank you for the lovely review. Savio
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Dehradun, India28 contributions7 helpful votes
sorry to give you a lesson in geography!! but Phuket is in Thailand and Quinta da Graca is in Goa.
Jeroen D wrote a tip Dec 2017
Schenefeld, Germany58 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are excellent. Have look at their website where they clearly explain all the rooms."
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TAcarol17 wrote a tip Nov 2017
Pune, India4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Higher floors closer to chickoo trees with good top view. Ground floor rooms will do good for elderly (no lifts),"
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Chikku V wrote a tip Apr 2017
India3 contributions3 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"All the rooms face the courtyard apart from the cottage outside. One of them is a family sized room."
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sitarama r wrote a tip Jan 2017
Dubai21 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are good and suited for each family type. Suggest to ask for one at the entrance as it gives you more privacy."
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Rajeshwaric2013 wrote a tip Jan 2017
Bengaluru, India3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are beautifully done with aesthetic interiors. "
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Frequently Asked Questions about Quinta da Graca
Which popular attractions are close to Quinta da Graca?
Nearby attractions include Mae De Deus Church (0.8 km) and Saudades (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Quinta da Graca?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Quinta da Graca?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Quinta da Graca?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Quinta da Graca?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Quinta da Graca?
Conveniently located restaurants include Foxes Fiesta, Florentine Bar & Restaurant, and Cantare.
Does Quinta da Graca have airport transportation?
Yes, Quinta da Graca offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Quinta da Graca?
Yes, laundry service and a clothes dryer are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Quinta da Graca?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Reis Magos Fort (5.5 km), Taj Fort Aguada Resort & Spa (5.4 km), and Mahalaxmi Temple (6.6 km).
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