Kwadalayo Art Quarters
AddressRua Filipe Ferrer Lote nº3 2º Frt FaroSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Kwadalayo Art Quarters is a 2-bedroom apartment with exclusive artwork located in Vale da Amoreira, in Faro city. This pet-friendly apartment is less than a 10-minute drive from Faro International Airport.
This self-catering unit includes a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine and a stove and oven. The living room features a dining area with table and chairs and a plush sofa to relax after a tour through the city.
Downstairs, guests will find a minimarket and a few cafes. A large supermarket is within walking distance from Kwadalayo Art Quarters. Forum Algarve shopping centre is less than 5 minutes’ driving.
Faro historic centre is a 15-minute walk, as well as the shopping street, Rua de Santo António. Ferries to Deserta and Farol Island depart from this area in the summer, and guests can enjoy a boat tour through Ria Formosa Nature Park.
Faro Bus Station is within a 20-minute walk and the train station is 2/3 minutes further. The city is served by a mini bus transport system, and there is a bus stop a few steps away from Kwadalayo Art Quarters.
Please note that the 15% deposit charged on day of booking must be paid by bank transfer or PayPal. The remaining amount will be charged in cash at check-in. Kwadalayo Art Quarters will contact guests with further details.
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