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My wife and I stayed at Casa de Eira last November, and were welcomed like family by Fernanda and Germano. They helped us familiarize with the area and connected us with a bicycle rental company that set us up for a lovely bike ride along...More
If you like the nature, this place, this house, is wonderful. The contact with an amazing zone of Portugal, Minho is outstanding.
The food, the breakfast and the house is unforgettable.
If you go to the north of Portugal and want to stay in paradise,...More
San Agustín de Guadalix, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
The Casa Da Eira is within a couple miles from the freeway exits but yet it is so quiet and peaceful. It was the perfect location for us coming from Madrid to visit Vigo, Porto and A Guarda- which all are very much recommended. The...More
My husband and I stayed here for 2 weeks mid June 2014. The villa is superb, fitted with everything that you will need.
The grounds are splendid, you are surrounded by lemon and orange trees.....totally private, and very quiet.
You are not far from the...More
The hostess is the highlight of this hotel: very friendly and welcoming. The breakfast is excellent with lots of home made jams and freshly squeezed orange juice; the room was not huge but comfortable. Very nice swimming pool and lovely orchard on the back of...More
Casa da Eira dates back to the 17th century and was built by monks that belonged to the Convent of Sanfins de Friestas. It stopped being farming house and it was completely restored and adapted to welcome guests maintaining its “Eira” (threshing floor) and “Espigueiro” (the original granary). It is surrounded by a calm garden organized in “socalcos” enjoying an excellent view over the Minho Valley.