Casa da Sé

Casa da Sé, located in Portugal’s midland, can be found in one of the main arteries of the historical heart of the city of Viseu. This boutique hotel, where quality, taste, sophistication and charm reign, watches over the Cathedral and the flow of the city’s daily routine.

 

With the ideal location to explore on foot all of the city’s points of interest, particularly the historical centre, Casa da Sé is the perfect place for those seeking to combine unique moments of rest and tranquility to the charm and magic of an ancient city. Its geographic positioning also makes it an excellent starting point for the discovery of the cultural, historic, gastronomic and wine-producing heritage of the Beiras region.

 

Casa da Sé was born from the thorough restoration of an 18th century building, which permitted enhancing the aesthetic value of its copious nooks and crannies. This house is itself one of the city’s attractions, a space where history, art and culture cohabit in harmony.

 

The sobriety of the external contours contrasts with the magnificent interior decoration, which distinguishes itself for its originality and the refinement of the works of art, antiquities and vintage furniture that adorn it and may be purchased by the guests.

 

More than an accommodation unit, Casa da Sé is a place open to the community. It offers a space for socializing – Casa da Sé Bar –, which is also a regular stage for diverse cultural initiatives. It has a typical shop, filled with gastronomic, gourmet and exclusive handcrafted products of exquisite taste, developed by local producers. Moreover, the house also has a space for events – room D. Miguel da Silva –, which is the perfect scenery for corporate, cultural or artistic events, among others.

 

If you are seeking a unique place, combining the comfort and hospitality from the 21st century with the magic and sophistication of the 18th century, Casa da Sé is your ideal destination.

 

Casa da Sé, a charming retreat in the heart of an erstwhile hero dwelling.

 

 

 

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