Casa Adufe is a tribute to Portuguese cultural traditions. The Adufe is a percussion instrument, typical of Portuguese popular music, widely used in traditionally Portuguese or Lusitanian musical styles. It has a quadrangular shape, inside which seeds are added to give sound diversity. Today it is often used in local and national festivities, especially in central and northern Portugal.
Located in the most Portuguese village of Portugal, this house is a tribute to “Portugality”, to Portuguese culture and Portuguese symbols.
With an area of 33,45m², Casa Adufe has one bedroom, a living area, a kitchenette and a shower room, and can accommodate up to 4 people. The house is equipped with heating, TV and Wi-Fi. The kitchen is equipped with crockery (6 pax), an electric kettle, a microwave, a toaster, a hob and a coffee machine.
Daily cleaning and breakfast products replacement are also available.
First Aid Kit
Smoking Not Allowed
Pets Not Allowed
Food and Drink
Rua do Pardieiro, 6