Sleep in A Guarda

Sleep in A Guarda

A Guarda is the border between Spain and Portugal taking advantage of the mouth of the Miño. In our specialised page about A Guarda we give you all the information about what to visit in A Guarda. Another interesting option is its active tourism options. If you are looking for a place to sleep in A Guarda, in this page we give you our recommendations.

The first option we are going to recommend you to sleep in A Guarda is the Convento de San Benito. This is an old restored convent well located near the port. It is a hotel with classic style decorated with religious artworks. It also has an inner courtyard where you will enjoy having a coffee on the morning. Its location is perfect because it is close to the bars and seafood restaurants of the port. If you like Parador style hotels, this is undoubtedly the best option to sleep in A Guarda.

Our second option is the Hotel Eli-Mar. It is a surprising two stars hotel. First, its impeccable decoration has warm colours that make the hotel seem very cozy. Besides they have a bakery where they made buns, cakes,pastries, pies… every day. They will charge your energy for the whole day.

The Hotel Bruselas is also really well located. It is a functional and simple hotel. The rooms are modern and functional. The hotel has free parking for guests. Its breakfast may be a little poor. However, its quality-price ratio is in general good. This is an adequate place to sleep in A Guarda.

Dónde dormir en A Guarda
Convento de San Benito
Dónde dormir en A Guarda
Hotel Eli-Mar

The Hotel Apartamento Marouco is located just 1,5 km away from A Guarda downtown. It is a comfortable accommodation where you can relax and enjoy its amazing views of the coast. It has very well maintained common areas. It also has a swimming pool so you can enjoy it in summer. There is a farm in the area so if you are staying with kids, they will be happy to enjoy with the animals. This is a perfect place to go with your family.

Dónde dormir en A Guarda
Apartamento Marouco

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