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Located in the Barragem da Aguiera, Quinta da Conchada offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and furnished balconies. Its outdoor pool is surrounded by sun-loungers. The river views were truly awesome. Our balcony was roomy with a table and two comfortable chairs.
Vinyl M Hotel Design Inn is located in Mealhada and features a private drive-through check-in and check-out service. The thing I really enjoyed was having the garage.
The family-run Hotel do Parque is located in a restored 1922's building. It is just 820 feet from the Parque Termal Curia, and 1640 feet from the Curia Golf Course. This almost 100 year old, 3rd generation run family hotel is a true gem.
Located halfway between Lisbon and Oporto, this beautifully restored palace is set in the scenery of Bairrada vineyards and private gardens. They moved us to their hotel in Busaco
Hotel Cabecinho is a modern establishment on a privileged location in the region of the famous Porto wine and "Leitão à Bairrada". Breakfast was really good ,staff really helpful and welcoming
Burguezia do Leitão features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Casal Comba. The property provides room service, a concierge service and luggage storage for guests. The hotel has an excellent restaurant. The suckling pig is a must.
Located within the 14-hectare Parque da Curia, Hotel das Termas provides quiet accommodations with free Wi-Fi. It features an extensive spa, outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts. The rooms were big and staff were friendly.
Located in Almaça, 30 mi from Aveiro, Hotel Monte Rio Aguieira features air-conditioned rooms and free private parking. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Breakfast had a variety of foods to select from.
Admire the beautiful blue tiles depicting the Battle of Buçaco of 1810 led by Lord Wellington's Anglo-Portuguese Army.Some very interesting Indo-Portuguese furniture.There is a knight in armour at the top of the stairs.Great gardens.The Palace of Bussaco Hotel has it's own vineyard producing red and white wines which you won't find anywhere else.You can order a bottle whilst dining at the Hotel.
Ask for a room which overlooks the stunning gardens and reserve a table for dinner on the terrace immediately when you arrive as it gets booked up! This hotel Is a "little faded glory" but oh so worth visiting and staying! Take a walk in the morning through the wiods and reach the overlook!
Fun to stay in and explore this old palace and surrounding grounds and forest trails. Surprise buildings in the forest, one with amazing sculpture of Christ inside. Dinner and drinks a bit pricey, we went the 2 miles to town for dinner. Our gps didn't recognize this place, and Booking instructions were lacking. Go to Luso and head up hill till you see the sign.