Torre de Maneys is two buildings linked by an enclosed bridge across the street.
The main house in stone, dating from the XVI century, is believed to have been a former storage tower of the Castle of Óbidos.
Located on the ground floor, it is looking south through a double ogival window in a niche with antique tiles. The bathroom has blue and orange glass tiles, and a shower cabin.
32” TV, WI FI, central heating and cooling, and a double bed/twin beds.
Guests have access to the whole house. Breakfast is served in the dining room next to the kitchen or, if the weather allows it, on the terrace.
The terrace overlooks the town and the fields beyond. The pergola provides shade, and a place to sit and read or just relax. It is a good place for drinks, or for breakfast. There is a dumbwaiter to the kitchen.
The patio is one of the entrances to the house, and is a sheltered place to enjoy siting outside
In both of these places one can watch a good movie in a summer night.
We offer breakfast and cleaning is included, on a daily basis. The owner may be staying on his own bedroom.
Circulation inside the house requires going up and down stairs, to go from one building to the other. It is an old building with open banisters, not appropriate for small children. The entrance to this bedroom is through the patio adjacent to the street.
I am an architect with an office in Lisbon. I have a diploma of architecture from the Escola de Belas Artes de Lisboa, and a Master of Architecture degree from the School of Architecture, Yale University, USA. I have been a Professor of architecture at Lisbon Technical University for the last 30 years.