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Relaxed Countryside Retreat

5 of 5
Quinta do Mineiro is a lovely farmhouse set in a small organic quinta with vineyards, sheep and some vegetable and maize crops. It is surrounded by wildflower meadows and woodland growing between the granite slabs and boulders that have often been stacked by the effects of a distant ice age. Peter and Maria are lovely hosts. They made us feel at home on arrival and offered us delicious honey from local bees and plenty of advice on places to visit, but were happy to respect our privacy for our idyllic stay. We stayed as a couple for a week, but there would be plenty of space for a family of four with a shaded bar-be-cue area and enormous first floor verandah for just chilling out. The huge kitchen is really well equipped for taking advantage of local produce and Peter offered us a wide selection of herbs from the garden. There are several local places of interest such as the town of Trancoso with its Friday market and even the heart of the Estralla mountains is only a short drive. One excursion I would recommend is up to Pinhao on the River Douro where the port grapes are grown. You can go on boat cruises, vineyard tours or just take in the most breath taking scenery. Overall the sheer tranquillity of our stay at Quinta do Mineiro left us feeling completely relaxed and free of stress.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 14, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018

Highly Recommended for Winter (or Summer!)

5 of 5
We took Casa da Lomba, unusually, for two weeks at the beginning of December, as we had business in the area. The owner, Snr Santos, was ready to greet us upon arrival, and realising we were tired, tactfully showed us the essential workings, urging us to contact him with any questions. The house had been beautifully, and tastefully, decorated for Christmas, and had been immaculately restored, whilst retaining the historic quirks. Having just come from an excellent 4 star hotel in Spain, the standard was on a par - spacious bedrooms and living areas, complimentary coffee and toiletries, crisp bathrooms and acres of white towels - all with the advantage of a homely feel. We felt instantly comfortable, and with not one, but two, open fires, and plenty of heaters in all the rooms. We slept like babes. The owners discreetly and promptly solved any small problems - being Scots, we managed to kill the kettle by insisting it provide us with our standard 5,000 cups of tea each day. A replacement arrived well before tea-withdrawl symptoms set in :-) The house is angled to stay cool in the heat, and the mature garden huge, with plenty of run, play and explore space for children, and an impressively-sized pool and terrace (bit chilly for us to try!). There are also lots of cool areas to sit in of an evening in summer as the sun goes down. Tempting. Food & shopping are easy - 5 minutes away in Pousafoles do Bispo is a cafe restaurant open until 2pm, and further on, on the outskirts of Pega, a large restaurant open early, with lunch from 12 and dinner from 8pm. Buy superb crusty rolls from the tiny local grocer on Pega's high street, but before 12pm - they'll all gone by evening opening ;-) Supermarkets in Guarda cater to Portuguese tastes, but you can pick up all the basics. If you're British, take all the tea bags you need for the trip - the only choice is astronomically priced Twinings or Tetley Cha Preto. In tiny sachets. Don't get me started ... Anyway, the sun shone consistently for the whole 2 weeks, with day temperatures hovering around 10 degrees (what we call 'mild' here in Scotland!), and just a couple of rainy nights. We took full advantage of the empty roads and glorious late Autumn countryside - for driving enthusiasts, I recommend the N18-1 for precipitous switchbacks and breathtaking views. I could go on, but must finish by saying this is a house, and area of Portugal, that is good for the soul. Even for the tea-obsessed. Just try it.
  • Review Submitted: Jan 04, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Nov 2017