Apartment #1

Apartment #1, 2nd floor

What to expect ?

100 m2 apartment, turned south, with 2 large windows facing the Douro river and the bridge built by Teofilo Seyrig, a student of Gustave Eiffel. The apartment is at the top floor of the Manor House and has a living room, a dining room, a large bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. It is a great place for one or two couples to feel this old shipping town, and to spend some time to relax. You can walk to the river to visit the Porto wine cellars at about 15 minutes distance from the Manor House.

Accommodation

General:

safe, laundry soap, towels provided, toilet paper, linen provided, hair dryer, soap, local maps, dining room (seating for 6 people), TV, DVD, Cable, High Speed internet (free Wifi).

Kitchen:

fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, coffee maker, toaster, iron & board, cooking ustensils, hob, 4 ring stove

Bedrooms:

1 bedroom with 1 queen size bed (160cm) + 1 bedroom with a full size bed (140cm)

Bathroom:

Toilet, Bath with Shower.

Photo gallery

They stayed at the Manor House…

Ariana G., October 2011

“Fantastic apartment, great host. No complaints – can’t recommend it enough.”

Dennis K., October 2011

“We were very glad we cancelled a reservation at a standard hotel to stay here in the Manor House. The photos are accurate, though the house is more spacious than it looks in the photos. The place feels brand new inside. The hilltop views over the river and Vila Nova de Gaia are spectacular. Our host, Alexandre, took excellent care of us, making sure we had what we needed, answering questions, and making reliable recommendations for good restaurants nearby.
We took the “Red Bus” tour of the city since we only had two days in town. It gave us a good overview of the sights and helped us get quickly from place to place. The layout and variety of plants in the gardens at the modern Serralves museum are very well done. Of course, we visited Gaia for a well-done tour and tasting at Taylor’s Port. We walked the city center extensively, stopping into many shops.
Our favorite restaurant was O Buraco, in fact it was so good we ate there both of our nights in town. The food was exceptional, the staff was like family, and it was very reasonably priced. The nearby Altenia cafe, on Aliados, was the perfect cafe for breakfast and mid-day break from walking. Great coffee, pastries and service in an Art-Deco building.
We’d definitely stay here again and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a comfortable vacation home in Porto, conveniently located near the top attractions.
Recommended for: Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway”

dunia 1., August 2011

“Muy bien situado, en el centro histórico de Porto, delante del ” Ponte Luis I”, vistas immejorables.
Muy, muy, muy amplio y bien equipado, reformado y limpio.
Las gaviotas volando del tejado al río, te hacen vivir más el encanto de Porto…..;-)
Alexandre, el propietario, disponible para todo lo que necesites.
Recomendable sin dudarlo.
Recommended for: Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Romantic Getaway”

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