Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
All Suite interiors are decorated in an understated classic style providing an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication and individuality.
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The Yeatman is surrounded by a more extensive green area than any other hotel in Oporto. Set in seven acres of private landscaped gardens, its grounds provide guests with a serene and tranquil retreat from the bustle of the city.
The Yeatman's commanding hillside position enjoys breathtaking views over the historic centre of Oporto, that lends drama to this setting. The gardens of The Yeatman are not only a haven for guests but also a refuge for a diverse collection of local flora including many rare and endangered plants whose natural habitat is at risk.
Within the grounds there are quiet areas where guests can sit and enjoy a refreshment or afternoon tea as they admire the stunning views. A croquet lawn is also available and is a wonderful opportunity for a moment of relaxed exercise.
Although located within easy walking distance of the lively riverside area and the vibrant historic centre of Oporto, The Yeatman and its gardens provide a leisured and peaceful environment reminiscent of a country house hotel.
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