Welcome to VINTAGE LISBON’S HOME, if you are a vintage interior design lover or wish to experience life in an urban home from the past, you’re in the right place. Travel back in time and rent a charming house.
Here’s a brief overview of what you will find:
# Bedroom in classic modern style with double bed (140 x 190 cm) and treetop views
# Living area with a nostalgic touch, 2 easy chairs and dining table
# Kitchen well-equipped
# Bathroom - small, cosy and functional
Suitable for up to two guests, VINTAGE LISBON’S HOME is well situated for exploring the city by foot or public transportation (the world’s most super tram, line 28, is an 8 minutes’ walk away). The subway link is excellent for reaching all the main attractions in the downtown in just 10 minutes. To help you get started, you will get a short meet up with me to get tips and recommendations on Lisbon – half an hour. Want to discover the real Lisbon? Book it and you’ll be given a one-off experience of Lisbon life and can discover a side to the city that only locals see.
Sleeping arrangements include one double bed. The house is lovingly equipped, not luxurious but comfortable. All furnishings and facilities (two rooms, kitchen and bathroom) have been chosen according to style and authenticity in order to get the atmosphere of a Portuguese home from the past. Linens and towels are provided. The house has a free Wi-Fi network. For self-catering guests there are restaurants, shops and supermarkets within easy walking distance. The only obvious thing missing is a television – which is deliberately left out.
VINTAGE LISBON’S HOME includes the following facilities and equipment:
- Double bed (140x190 cm)
- Mobile cot (on request): +€14 nightly
- Spacious shower
- Towel sets (each guest is provided with two towels for the week) and hairdryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Outside light
- A little balcony in the living area
- Electric heater
- Various Seating
- Free Wi-Fi
- Stove, refrigerator
- Typical kitchen of the 1950ies
- Cooking facilities, microwave, toaster
- Radio with MP3 jack (mini jack)
- Small selection of parlour games
- Maps, culture, object and area info
If something should be missing, please let me know.
The immediate surrounds are best explored on foot. Shops and restaurants are located nearby. The city’s many highlights, such as Alfama district, are easy to reach by public transportation. The subway runs frequently all day from 6.30 am till 1 am. Bairro Alto (the nightlife-loving district) and elegant Chiado are only a few metro stations away. The Rossio’s train station (from where departs the trains to Sintra, the wooded wonderland) can be reached in about 15 minutes, and Belém in about 25-30 minutes.