Moon Hill Hostel

Moon Hill Hostel

The Moon Hill Hostel is a project born about 3 years ago, in 2011. Our concept is to grant our guests with all the comfort needed to really enjoy our magical villa that is Sintra. We have a really cozy room, a kitchen you can cook and a patio to relax and read. However, while there’s any ray of sunlight left, we will advice you to get up from the couch or the chair you’re sitting on and to go visit the magnificent palaces in the region (and we have many), the castle, the parks, the beaches, all that surrounds our small villa and creates this unique environment.

In the Moon Hill Hostel you can also enjoy our restaurant Caldo Entornado.

So hope you’ll be looking forward to come here and visit us. We definitely are!

Centrally located in historical Sintra, this hostel is 300 metres from the train station and 400 metres from the Sintra National Palace. The charming Moon Hill Hostel has uniquely decorated rooms and includes a daily breakfast. The air conditioned rooms come with a private bathroom or access to shared bathroom facilities. All the rooms are bright, carefully decorated and include views over the surrounding area. Free WiFi is provided. Breakfast is served each morning in the meal area. The hostel has an in house restaurant, where guests may enjoy their meals. Several quality restaurants, eateries and pastry shops are within a 10-minute walk. The Moon Hill Hostel has a 24-hour front desk, a garden and a terrace. Other facilities offered include a shared lounge and luggage storage. Public parking is available 150 metres away. The hostel is 1 km from Quinta da Regaleira and also from the Moorish Castle. The renowned Pena Palace is 2.4 km away. Moon Hill Hostel is 28 km from Lisbon International Airport.

From € 20.00 to € 105.00

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