Pousada Vilas Boas

Avenida Beira Rio n 101,Barreirinhas,Brazil

  • Experience World-class Service at Pousada Vilas Boas

    Pousada Vilas Boas is set in Barreirinhas, 70 metres from Wharf and has a terrace. With free WiFi, this guest house offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Rooms include a flat-screen TV with with satellite channels. At the guest house, all rooms have a wardrobe. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom with a bath or shower. A buffet breakfast is served daily at the property. City Hall is 300 metres from Pousada Vilas Boas, while Church of Barreirinhas is 9 km away.


    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Wonderful!

      Reviewed 29 June 2019

      We found this restaurant thanks to TripAdvisor. What a find!! We had an exquisite meal here on the final Saturday night of our trip. Everything was superb: the menu, the food, the wine, and the hospitality. I hope we will find ourselves in the area one day so we can return.

    • Possible the best and most consistent restaurant in the Languedoc

      Reviewed 27 April 2018

      Every year we come back to L'Ecole (8 so far)and we're never disappointed. The food is always fantastic and the service delightful. And the location, in tiny St Jean de Minervois is very special. It's not as far as it looks and is well worth the drive. Especially on a warm sunny day in April. Hosts Brigitte and Patrick are amazing. But back to the food. Always a variety of entrees, mains and desserts, and always local and seasonal. My entree of baked Camembert and main of slow, and I mean s..l..o..w roasted veal shoulder, both tasty. Miss K's entree of gambas (the biggest prawn I've ever seen) with a tiny, beautifully baked gambas pie. She also had the veal. A-mazing! All washed down with a delightful bottle of Merlot from Quarante and a few glasses of Minervois red, generously shared by Monsieur Patrick. We can't wait to return (next week) PS the photos don't really do the food justice.

      Guy P
    • A Gem in the Countryside

      Reviewed 26 October 2017

      We were fortunate to have friends who had been here before and thought we might enjoy it. We did, from the entree of chevre chaud in what seemed like a nest of puff pastry, but, really, like a nest to the mains...Two of us had the entrecote of veal, one had the grilled duck and the other coq au vin. All good. Wine pairing was also excellent. I had the pear tart for dessert and the glace with caramel was amazing as well. But, really, a couple of things set it apart...Hens peeking through the windows were a fun sight to see and the owner, chef and server were very welcoming. Charming and delicious.

    • Well worth the trip

      Reviewed 23 June 2017

      It doesn't get any better than this. On our annual sojourn to St Chinian this June we made our way, with friends, to a favourite restaurant, and we weren't disappointed. The food was fresh and amazing, the chef and her husband were unbelievably welcoming. A tiny old school house high in the vineyards of the Minervois. It never disappoints.

      Guy P
    • Rustic but special

      Reviewed 13 October 2016

      No frills here. The wonderful cassoulet, just made with duck, was preceded by the local Muscat de Saint Jean de Minervois. Delicious meal!


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