Teresa Guesthouse is a cozy place where you can find comfort and hospitality at just 5 minutes walking from the centre of Lagos, and 10 minutes walking from the main beaches.
Close to many shops, restaurants and the historic centre of Lagos, Teresa guesthouse provides its guests a comfortable and unforgetable stay.
The guesthouse has a large and fully equipped kitchen, available to all its guests.
A double room with a double bed. Wardrobe included.
A triple room with a couple's bed and a single bed. Wardrobe included.
All rooms have:
Access to a kitchen. Kitchen is shared by both rooms.
Room cleaning every 2 days.
One free laundry for a minimum stay of 3 nights.
From the airport:
The guests must catch the A22 highway, often called "Via do Infante", and head towards Lagos.
The guesthouse is located near the Lagos bus station, just 1 minute walk from it.
Once in the city of Lagos, the guest must go straight ahead until he finds a roundabout, near a McDonald's restaurant, it must take the third exit and go straight ahead. The guest will find another roundabout with a fontain in the form of a ship, he/she must take the second exit and go straight ahead. The guest will then find the Lagos city hall building (left side), and another roundabout in front of it, the guest must take the second exit and will then find the guesthouse, a yellow building with a black door, right next to a shop.
From the airport of Faro, the price is approximately 85/90€.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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