Newly renovated cozy apartment up to 6 people with a cozy terrace where you can enjoy the nice weather of Lisbon in the shade of a beautiful lemon tree.
Fully renovated with a modern and cozy decor this apartment is ideal for a stay with your family or with a group of friends. This nice place with bright colors has been tastefully decorated, inviting you to discover Lisbon and its history but also its artists.
Outside there is a nice terrace with table and chairs and a beautiful lemon tree to give you cool on summer days.
It has 100m2, is on the ground floor of a modern building (no lift) and comprises:
-A living room with plasma TV and dining area;
-A room with bunk beds;
-A bedroom with double bed;
-One bedroom with two single beds that can be put side by side to make a double bed;
-A fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, washing machine, electric hob, oven;
-A bathroom with walk-in shower;
-A 25m2 terrace with table and chairs
Wireless internet access is available throughout the apartment.
In winter, the apartment is heated with electric heaters.
This is a licensed local lodging accommodation, registered with the number 25782/AL.
Guests will be independent.
After studying and training as a Clinical Psychologist (Cognitive Behavioural and Systemic approaches) and in Theater and the Community, Joana Mealha has lead family and individual therapy sessions and held individual and group training sessions from 2006 onwards.
Since 2010 she has taken part in creating the characters for the play Os Sabotadores (with its opening session at A BARRACA theather house in Lisbon on April 22nd 2011). She has taken part in producing, playing and directing the play Espaço Off at the School for Superior Studies of Theater and Cinema on February 10th 2012 and has also integrated the team for Comédias do Minho from October 2nd to December 15th 2012 in creating the play Passe-Vite, starting in Melgaço, Quinta da Folga on November 8th 2012.
In 2013 Joana was responsible for the dramaturgy of the play Esta Nossa Terra. She coordinates the artistic laboratory and the workshops in which written texts are used to then produce theater and literary objects or just forms of creative communication.