Description(Reference number: 76108)
This house dates back to 1512, and carries a little piece of Lisbon history. It used to be a convent kitchen, destroyed in the great fire, and it's since had many functions. Today, it's one of the most unique stays in town. Although it doesn't have a lot of natural light, it doesn't feel gloomy, or dark. Every room feels like part of a small museum, with original paintings and antique furniture. Surrounded by the narrow streets of Alfama, this home is the perfect stay for a history aficionado.
* The second bedroom may look like two separate rooms, but there isn't much privacy between the two parts of it
* Although the host has committed to fixing it, we spotted some water damage in the kitchen
* We're admittedly picky, but the mattresses in both bedrooms just weren't up to our standard
* There is no elevator to this first floor home – those with limited mobility or heavy suitcases beware