Cascais Airbnb: Stay in this Beachy Studio in Cascais, Portugal

Looking for where to stay in Cascais, Portugal? This small but well-designed studio is perfect for one or two people. Check out my full review of this Cascais Airbnb!

Looking for where to stay in Cascais, Portugal? This small but well-designed studio is perfect for one or two people. Check out my full review of this Cascais Airbnb!

I stayed in a lot of Airbnbs during my two-month trip to Portugal, from Lisbon to Porto, including this little studio apartment in Cascais, Portugal.

Booking this place last minute was no problem in late March, so I’m glad I visited the seaside town of Cascais before the high season kicked into gear! It’s a small apartment, but perfect for one or two people spending a few days in the area.

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Looking for where to stay in Cascais, Portugal? This small but well-designed studio is perfect for one or two people. Check out my full review of this Cascais Airbnb!


Beachy Airbnb in Cascais


Location

This Airbnb is located in the heart of Cascais’ old town, so you’ll be in the perfect location for your trip. It’s tucked away in a little alleyway, surrounded by other residential buildings, so it’s nice and quiet. But at the same time, you’re just around the corner from shops, restaurants, attractions, and the main tourist area.

You can easily walk everywhere from here, and you can even walk from the train station upon arrival.

Looking for where to stay in Cascais, Portugal? This small but well-designed studio is perfect for one or two people. Check out my full review of this Cascais Airbnb!

The Apartment

It’s a small, one-room studio on the first floor of an apartment building. There’s a full kitchen, a living area that doubles as the bedroom, and a bathroom with a nice shower.

The full bed in the living area can be folded back into a couch if you want, but there are other seating options so you can leave the bed made up. The kitchen has a small bar/counter area for seating, but there’s also a dining table that folds out from under the window.

I really appreciate the creative design touches that were added to this studio to maximize the small space and make it comfortable for guests. The decor was clearly inspired by the seaside location of the town, and it felt very breezy and beachy.

Looking for where to stay in Cascais, Portugal? This small but well-designed studio is perfect for one or two people. Check out my full review of this Cascais Airbnb!

Amenities

The kitchen has everything you need to cook, which is something I always appreciate since I like to prepare at least some of my meals in my accommodation. There’s an oven, a cooking range, a microwave, a small refrigerator, an espresso machine, and all the pots and cooking utensils you’ll need.

There’s also a washer in the kitchen, so you can do laundry if you need to.

The bathroom was small, of course, but it was nice, clean, and the shower was really nice.

The wi-fi was reliable, and there’s a TV in the living area if you want to watch something.

Overall

Overall, I really enjoyed staying here. The location was ideal, the space was the perfect size for me as a solo traveler, the décor was minimal yet fun, and it felt like a cozy, homey place. I slept really well and felt comfortable and safe.

I would definitely recommend this Cascais Airbnb for any solo traveler or couple looking for a place to stay!

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By Courtney Minor

Wandering around and writing about it.

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