Quinta Do Chao D'ordem is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Vila Nova de Foz Coa, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Quinta Do Chao D'ordem features executive lounge access. In addition, as a valued Quinta Do Chao D'ordem guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Vila Nova de Foz Coa is also home to Vale do Côa Archaeological Park, a popular historic site that is not too far from Quinta Do Chao D'ordem.
Enjoy your stay in Vila Nova de Foz Coa!
Agrotouristic family-run small hotel that exceeded all our expectations. After a long day trip visiting the beautiful Douro region, we arrived here lost, hungry and tired but then we didn’t want to leave this place the next day! Upon arriving, We had an appetizing table with tapas followed by a traditional range-chicken dinner with the family and meeting other friendly guests. Dinner was a little extra charge but very well worth it, including their family wine and foodstuffs from their own organic farm. Later, the owner and son told us about the history of their family, the farm and the area, taught us about the prehistory of the Coa valley and even took us to their barn to show us their centenary wine cellar. Later, before retiring to bed, we had some Porto at the pretty pool area. We saw millions of stars outside. The double-bed room was quite big. Everything is very clean. The breakfast buffet the next morning was very wholesome and included local farm hams, cheeses, fruits and eggs. We kind of made new friends and wish them the best. They even let you grab some grapes for the road!…
In mid-April 2019 we visited the Foz Coa rock art archaeological park and museum and our overnight stay was at Chao D'Ordem. We had no trouble finding it (it is visible from the northbound highway). We checked in and then had to leave immediately to go on a night tour of the rock art, returning to the agriturismo very late at night (after 11:30 pm). The lady of the house stayed up to make sure we got in OK. The room was small but very clean and functional, with a view out to the farm buildings and vineyards. In the morning, we were treated to a fabulous breakfast buffet in the home's beautiful dining area, which is decorated with antiques. After breakfast, the man of the house (who spoke a very small amount of English but enough that we could communicate) indicated we could meet his farm dogs, Serra Estrella breed, which he keeps to scare off the "lobos" (wolves). We got to hold an oh-so-cute 1-month-old puppy and we also met the mother of the pup, a beautiful large dog that looks a bit like a golden retriever (our dog at home). Then the farmer said to follow him, which we did as he led us into a series of dark sheds, finally reaching a mom dog with 4 one-week-old pups. What a treat! If you stay here and you like dogs, you'll be very pleased! We very much enjoyed our short stay here and would recommend it as a nice experience, so different from a typical hotel.…
The Quinta is by car quite near Foz Coa, in its own vinyards of port wine. The building is old but comfortable,with the necessary amenities. It is spacious and very clean. The family is hospitable. Breakfast was very good. The place is poorly signposted. The WIFI has poor reception.
But because you are on a working farm with lots of animals, the flys will drive you nuts. Apart from that we loved our time at the Quinta Don’t expect much English spoken, the hosts speak mainly Portuguese, French and some Spanish. Carlos the owner has a sprinkling of English. But don’t let this put you off. Come and enjoy great hospitality, a great food experience and a nice cool pool. Dinner as many have mentioned is awesome. But if you fancy a steak and don’t want half the steer, beg them for a half portion. I had chicken it was great my wife had the steak or what part of it she could eat and they were both fantastic. We tasted parts of other guests food as everyone had more than enough. The bacalao was the best I’ve tasted.
I booked two rooms at this location on 13 Sep 17. Nice setting on a vineyard but difficult to find. No GPS could find it. Arrived and found that it was very difficult to communicate. My Portuguese is almost not existent and their English was about the same. Very clean and large home but the rooms were a bit small with very dark decor, at least mine was. Because of the location we opted for the evening dinner. Very nice full supper of steak with all the trimmings for 20 Euro. However the owner of the house carried on a lively conversation with the other guests who spoke Portuguese. A couple of the guests at the table obviously could see our discomfort and tried to relate the general conversation. If you don't speak Portuguese or French I would think twice before you booked. Also advertised wifi but no wifi that we could connect to and because of the language difficulties were unable to ask.…