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Located in Riba Douro, 18 miles from Amarante, Casa dos Becos has a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi. Everything was amazing - we passed a really nice long weekend at the house. The surrounding area is beautiful, the breakfast was spectacular and the people working at the property were really lovely as well. We would highly recommend it and hope to be back soon!
Offering river views, Casa de Ribadouro in Baião has accommodations, an outdoor swimming pool, barbecue facilities and a terrace. Wonderful views over douro river, a beautiful and elegant property owned by the best host ever!!! Yan is such a friendly and hospitable person that quickly makes you feel at home. Was a pleasure getting to know her, her story and stunning property too. Will definitely come back!
Located in Ancede, Casa do Vale de Cerdeiras provides accommodations with a private pool, a balcony and river views. We liked the quality of the villa and its fittings and furnishings. We liked the views, the pool and the pool table in the games room. As we had requested on booking, two cots and two high chairs which were provided. We liked the peaceful rural surroundings
Overlooking the Douro River, this hotel in Cinfães is located on a large estate with a garden and swimming pool. Regional cuisine and countryside picnics can be arranged upon request. Very interesting place surrounded by greenery and with fabulous view over the Douro river. Lourdes and Vicente we loved our stay at your quinta and your efforts to make our stay unforgettable. Thank you.
Nestled along the Douro River, Douro Hotel Porto Antigo. is housed in a historic building. It features an outdoor swimming pool, in-house massages and a restaurant serving European dishes. The breakfast choices were fairly wide. The property is right on the Douro River with a dock/marina and excellent views from the indoor and outdoor dining areas. We rented a kayak and went up a tributary which was nearby, which was very scenic.
To go from the west to east end of the douro river area there is a north of the river route and a south of the river route. To protect the local culture, I would suggest a push to encourage the tourists to use the south of the river route. It is easier, prettier and about the same travel time. Google maps pushes everything north through the shortest route. The google maps to porto is equally trouble some. It does not suggest only following route 108... It pushes north via local roads to the toll road. An interesting look at the local culture, but I am not sure the effort is worth the stress.
It is a beautiful area with lots to discover. Some of the roads can be a bit tricky, but you can always take the train to some of the bigger towns. Everyone we encountered was kind and helpful, and we would certainly go back!
Is right on the river with a stunning view. If you need a quiet place to runaway,this is the place
Amazing views - and amazingly beautiful property