Located in the main house, the Brazil Room celebrates Casa Mindela’s connections with Brazil, where part of the family still lives today, in São Luís do Maranhão.
The Brazil Room features several elements that illustrate Casa Mindela’s historic connections with Brazil, among which a gun cabinet and a contemporary painting illustrating the St. John’s celebration tradition of Bumba Meu Boi in Maranhão (Brazil).
Due to the relaxing sound of the spring nearby, this room is popular amongst the Pilgrims on the Camino to Santiago de Compostela.
Standing high above the beautiful archway from 1885, the Arch House is the perfect place to enjoy quiet family holidays in the middle of the countryside.See More
The large bedroom, bathroom and rustic kitchen make this the ideal place for a couple with children wishing to enjoy an exclusive experience of comfort and privacySee More
It consists of a double bedroom, living/dining-room with fridge, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities. It is the ideal place for a family rest in the...See More
Located in the main house, the Brasil Room celebrates Casa Mindela’s connections with Brazil, where part of the family still lives today, in São Luís do Maranhão.See More
Flowers are an integral part of the Casa Mindela, and have inspired the family women’s names in the last generations: Daisy and Rose. Hence this fantastic room’s name.See More
Suite Padre Zé
The richest quarters in the house were the abode of Father José, priest at the neighbouring parish of Santa Cristina de Malta and primary school teacher.See More
This room pays a well-deserved homage to the young maids who used to work at Casa Mindela. They worked on the farm and did housework; in their free time...See More
This room has kept its original furniture, typical of the houses in northern Portugal. The carved woods feature floral representations side by side...See More