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About Termas-da-Azenha

We are delighted that you have chosen to stay with us!

The Termas da Azenha is already a very old residence. People have been coming here for hundreds of years to bathe in the healing waters. The oldest written records date from 1711, from the physician Dr. fonseca. In those days it was a wooden building, and wooden baths.

We hope you have a good time and that you go home with good memories.

If you miss something, or if something is wrong, please come to us. We would like to resolve this as soon as possible.

Out of respect for this place and all the people who had a good time here, and all the (small) animals that live around us, we have opted for a special approach. This is not an ordinary aparthotel/B&B; we do everything a little differently. We hope you chose the Termas for that reason, but if not, here’s a little explanation.

The rooms are cleaned every day, but we don’t change the sheets and towels every day. If you wish otherwise, you can indicate that.

The houses are self-sufficient and are delivered thoroughly cleaned.

We try to use as few environmentally harmful means as possible. We separate the waste (glass, plastic & cans, paper, green waste), we have a compost heap and eat as much organic fruit and vegetables as possible.

Everything is built as much as possible from available and existing materials. We don’t throw away much.

We are as hospitable as possible to all animals that live in the jungle around us: birds, small mammals such as badgers and foxes, reptiles and insects. For example, we have piles of branches here & there. Many lizards and insects live there (food for the birds). Ivy, honeysuckle and similar creepers are a great hiding place for all the little birds that sing you awake in the morning.

If you are satisfied and you had a good time, do you want to pass that on to your family, friends and acquaintances? This word of mouth is very important to us. We really appreciate a review.

You can do this on Zoover, Google or on Facebook.

If you want to stay informed about the ups and downs of the Termas, you can read our blog every week. It will be on Facebook and Instagram on Sunday mornings and on our site of course.