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Sitting in 120 hectares of Douro Valley vineyards, this traditional manor house has been converted into Portugal’s first wine hotel. We had a wonderful stay, one of the most relaxing places we have ever visited. Staff was great and dinners were five stars!
Located in a wine producing estate, on the right bank of Douro River, Quinta De La Rosa is a family owned property, 1.2 mi from Pinhão. Rooms at this working vineyard are spread over several levels. Traditional Vineyard / Hotel, with amazing views of the Douro river, excellent restaurant, great tour of the family-owned wine cellars and very cozy rooms.
Located on the right bank of Douro River, in the center of Pinhão village, Casas Botelho Elias offers self-catering holiday homes in a natural setting. Lovely host, nice place and fabulous recommendations. Especially the services and help that she provides, really a super accommodation for choice.
Located in Pinhão, 17 miles from Peso da Régua, Dois Lagares House has a shared lounge and free WiFi. Some units are air-conditioned and include a patio and/or a seating area with a flat-screen TV. Nice new, clean property, with parking with friendly and helpful staff.
Casa da Calçada is a guest home featuring barbecue facilities and garden, in Pinhão, in the heart of the Douro Valley. One of the most friendly on-site host I've ever met. We were not been able to communicate verbally :-) all our needs have been fulfilled much better than we expected. Thank you!
Featuring a garden, Hostel Douro Backpackers is located in Pinhão. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Very open minded host with a story to tell. Great interior, beautiful roof top terasse with view over the wine yards and an even prettier garden with fruits and lounges on top. One of the best hostel I've stayed in without any doubts!
Set in Pinhão in the Norte Region region, Casa Rodrigues features a patio and river views. The air-conditioned accommodations is 17 mi from Peso da Régua. casa rodrigues is near the centre of the small town pinhao, quite near to the boats and the train station. you can reach everything on foot (though it is quite a steep walk!) we highly recommend to use the trains up- and dpwnwards the river, also there is an unforgettable miradouro, called casal de loivos, about 30 min steep uphill. adriana is an attentive and welcoming host; check-in is very easy.
Offering privileged views of the Douro Valley, Quinta da Galeira is located in Pinhão in the Norte Region, 25 mi from Vila Real, in the heart of Douro Valley. The hosts were very nice, they gave us a bottle of wine, tasty drinks and a lot of grapes that had been collected from their garden (the grapes were exceptional). The view was picturesque and it was very pleasant to set their in the evenings.
On average, 3-star hotels in Pinhão cost $97 per night, and 4-star hotels in Pinhão are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Pinhão can be found for $209 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Very well located in the Douro Valley if you are planning to visit several vineyards. The roads are not very easy, being narrow and having lots of curves however this is is certainly worth the amazing views.
Wonderful small village located in a paradise location. Many of the river boat cruises start here, very close to magnificent wineries and Porto Wine producers. You can easily spend several days here!!
Quinta Bomfin was superb. Also don't miss Qualifer on the main street for superb cured meats and a delightful staff who will ply you with samples of their meats and cheeses. Look for the red awnings to the left on themain street as you exit the station.
Town is still a small, working town with the pluses and minuses of that. It is billed as being in the "heart of the Douro" and it does feel that way - allowed us to have some sense of the area. Town itself is very accessible by train, but there is not a great deal to see/do in town itself, and range of restaurants is small. However, there are small quintas nearby to tour. We had a very informative tour at Quinta de la Rosa, and a very pleasant ride on a rabelo up the Douro on a sunny October day. It may be very crowded earlier in the summer/fall from what I understand. We were very lucky with weather, as October may apparently be rainier than we experienced. Walking paths along the river would be a treat; I was a bit disappointed not to be able to do that.
The quintas are a good reason to visit Pinhão. The vineyards are beautiful and they have amazing views. I recommend doing a boat tour on the Douro River if it is a nice day. Not much to do in the town however.
The town itself is rather dismal but the surrounding area is beautiful. The Douro valley is breathtaking! We had a car and drove the Alto Douro which is full of switchback roads, not for the faint of heart! Stopped in Favios and toured the little museum called Bread and WIne. Sampled some Muscatel there. Then shopped at a coop down the street (Adega de Favaios) where the winemakers sell their wines.
One of the most friendly on-site host I've ever met. We were not been able to communicate verbally :-) all our needs have been fulfilled much better than we expected. Thank you!
Traditional Vineyard / Hotel, with amazing views of the Douro river, excellent restaurant, great tour of the family-owned wine cellars and very cozy rooms.
Wonderful hotel, quiet with lovely river views. Breakfast is rich with variety. Staff are very helpful and always ready to assist.
We had a wonderful stay, one of the most relaxing places we have ever visited. Staff was great and dinners were five stars!
Location was very good. Room, pool and views were excellent!! Staff was very helpful and friendly.