We spent three nights, Saturday to Tuesday, in a standard room overlooking the pool/garden. Couldn't fault the room at all - very comfortable and spotlessly clean. The hotel was fully booked over the weekend and nearly all the sunbeds were occupied when I took my late afternoon swim and with only two parasols shade was very limited, sadly. There's no handrail, so I had to rely on my ever obliging husband to help me in and out! My post swim drink turned out to be problematic. Firstly, we couldn't find anyone to serve us at the bar and when we did, a young man served me the smallest glass of wine ever - about a third of the measure poured by the receptionist the following day!
Breakfast was much as one would expect : fruit, cereal, cold meat, cheese etc and hot eggs and sausages, but no English Breakfast tea! Except for the Monday morning when there were only a handful of guests and the choice was very restricted indeed, no hot dishes, very little fruit - very different from when the hotel was busy.
We went to the one and only local café twice for dinner, which was very reasonably priced and plentiful. On our final night we had partridge at the Pousada. Mine was OK but my husband's was not good at all - grey/ black substance under the breast. Oh dear, I do wish he'd said something at the time!
We felt that the Pousada was understaffed. The young man who gave me short measure on my wine on our first day also served at breakfast and at dinner. Too much of our time was spent waiting for someone to either help or serve us. I'm afraid to say that this was the most disappointing of the four Pousadas we stayed at on this visit to Portugal.