Guest Houses and B&B's in Coimbra

Coimbra is living proof that a city thousands of years old can feel perpetually young. The large student population give the area a vibrancy and energy all of its own, and you’ll find music and parties to enjoy amongst the stunning architecture. Wander the banks of the Mondego for a river’s eye view of Coimbra by day. Then enjoy fine dining back at your luxury hotel or guest house, before heading back out to explore the city’s stylish bars at night.

 

Discovering Portugal’s cities first hand is a delight, but some visitors prefer to book their accommodation in Coimbra a little further away from the action. If this sounds like you, consider the Pousada Condeixa-a-Nova, a former palace that was converted into a luxury pousada in 1993.

 

If guest house is your desire, make the Quinta das Lagrimas Hotel your destination. As a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, it certainly knows the meaning of the word. Home to a Michelin-starred restaurant, it is worth a trip out of town to visit, even if you decide not to make this your base for your stay in Coimbra, Portugal.

Jantesta Guest House

Jantesta Guest House

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Jantesta Guest House offers pet-friendly accommodation in Coimbra. The guest house has a barbecue and views of the lake, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms have a flat screen TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area for your convenience. Some units have views of the pool or garden. Rooms come with a private bathroom fitted with a bidet.

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Casa Pombal

Casa Pombal

This utterly unpretentious old townhouse has been transformed in 1993 into a friendly Bed and Breakfast, where guests will be welcomed with the so well known Portuguese hospitality. Hidden in the heart of Coimbra’s historical centre, next to the old University with the famous library, Biblioteca Joaninha and tucked away in the student’s quarter, B&B Casa Pombal will stir your feelings of nostalgia for those student years.

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