Carlos House

Rua Jogo da Bola 8, Lagos, Portugal, Distance from city centre: 0.8km
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Rating: 95%from 3 reviews

  • 93%Atmosphere
  • 100%Staff
  • 93%Security
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 100%Location
  • 100%Value for money
  • 93%Facilities
Welcome to Lagos, a small laid back town. Here you'll find top quality beaches with their clear sands and clean waters.

Please book only after reading this SPECIAL NOTE: we are a quiet guesthouse, meant for people who want to chill, never a Party place.

We have different rooms that have been designed for all tastes like friends or couples or even families. This is the perfect choice for guests who would like to enjoy the nice summer days while staying in some great budget accommodation while in a central location but away from the noisy streets. If what you want is a guaranteed good night's sleep in a relaxed and serene environment then a stay in Carlos House is for you.

Here at Carlos House you will find great fresh rooms, that are very clean and cosy, with a natural ambiance. We have small lockers in the rooms.
Kitchen is available for guests use. You can enjoy our large terrace (with BBQ) with beach, sea and town views.

And for our guests, free broadband Internet access and Wi-Fi. Payment is in cash at the arrival.

This is a small place. Reception is not open 24 hours a day, although the main check-in time is between 2 PM and 9 PM. We kindly ask you to book ahead and inform us on correct arrival time, so we can open the door and provide you a welcoming check-in including town information. As an alternative, come to our close property, Sunny C. Hostel, and the staff will take you here to check you in.

Carlos House is located in Lagos downtown in a quiet place, but within walking distance from beaches, sea and all facilities, including restaurants.

Lagos is a welcoming but laid back town. You will enjoy top quality beaches with clear sands and clean waters. Our coast has great quality of air and seawater hard to find elsewhere in Western Europe. Lagos has also an interesting historical heritage. If you are experiencing Spain & Portugal, travelling here it's definitely a must, since Lagos has the perfect atmosphere for everybody.

We are located in a area which has marvellous conditions and multiple choices on Surf, windsurf, kite surf, sailing, kayaking, microlight flight, jogging, horse riding, safaris, seafaris, grottoes trips, fun parks, water parks, big game fishing, dolphin watching and much more!!


GPS: Lat: 37.1022 N
Lon: 8.6753 W
Prices are per person per night.

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Hostel Facilities & Policies

  • Adaptors
  • BBQ
  • Book exchange
  • Breakfast not included
  • Café
  • Credit Cards Not Accepted
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Wifi
  • Hot Showers
  • House Keeping
  • Internet Access
  • Key Card Access
  • Kitchen
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • No Curfew
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Taxes included
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Towels Included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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Coming from Faro or Lisbon you can take either a bus or a train. They run several times a day, being even more frequent on the summer and on weekdays. Coming from the north of Portugal, you'll go to Lisbon first and then directly to Lagos.

Coming from Spain: you can go to Seville and take a direct bus to Lagos. Sometimes you may get a bad info in Spain about this. Some people don't realise there is a direct bus and they will inform on alternatives which are time consuming and not necessary since you can take the bus in Seville (Plaza de Armas station). The buses to Lagos run twice a day on winter time. In summer, normally, there are even more.

Flying to Faro Airport: you can take a taxi or a bus to Faro downtown where you'll find both the train and bus stations almost side by side. As mentioned above, you can use one of those to get to Lagos.

Carlos House is close to the Lagos main public transportation, such as bus and train. About 10 minutes walking distance.

By train:

Walk through the Marina, cross the suspension bridge and turn left to the main avenue (Descobrimentos Avenue). Continue down the main avenue, you should pass a Repsol Gasoline Station on your right hand side. Continue on for a minute and you will pass a fish market, taxi stand and post office (on a commercial street). Then, there is a small square with a funny statue in the middle. (ATTENTION PLEASE: don�t walk to much on the main avenue or you�ll get to a big square with another statue far from us and you�d have to return).
From there (small square), enter Rua (street) Garrett towards the next little square. You will see at one corner a shop named �Obrigado�. Enter the long street next to it (Rua Infante de Sagres) and go up the hill. Turn the second right, then the first left and finally you'll see the begining of our street �Jogo da Bola� after just 50 meters. You'll find us at the number eight.


By bus (except for the Renex bus):

Leave the bus station towards the river and turn right into the main avenue (Descobrimentos Avenue). Continue down the main avenue, you should pass a Repsol Gasoline Station on your right hand side. (Start here, please, if you arrived on RENEX bus). Continue on for a minute and you will pass a fish market, taxi stand and post office (on a commercial street). Then, there is a small square with a funny statue in the middle. (ATTENTION PLEASE: don�t walk to much on the main avenue or you�ll get to a big square with another statue far from us and you�d have to return).
From there (small square), enter Rua (street) Garrett towards the next little square. You will see at one corner a shop named �Obrigado�. Enter the long street next to it (Rua Infante de Sagres) and go up the hill. Turn the second right (a steep street), and then the first left and finally you'll see the begining of our street �Jogo da Bola� after just 50 meters. You'll find us at the number eight.

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