Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
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North of Portugal
Oporto is the hub of an extensive motorway network allowing rapid and easy access to some of Portugal's most beautiful regions, that offer a wealth of culture and history.
These include the Minho with its verdant landscape, opulent palaces, manor houses, the spectacular terraced vineyards of Douro Valley and the historic cities of the Beiras region. Northwestern Spain, famed for its spectacular ‘rias' and abundant seafood, is also within easy reach.
Just a short distance from metro and mainline rail stations and with easy motorway access, The Yeatman is ideally located to explore, not only the city of Oporto itself, but the beautiful surrounding coastal and inland areas which constitute one of the most beautiful but little known parts of Europe. Charming historic cities, such as Braga and Viana do Castelo to the north in the Minho or the ancient university city of Coimbra to the south, are within range of a leisurely day trip. For the wine lover, visits can be arranged to leading vineyards and estates in the Douro Valley, Minho, Dão and Bairrada wine regions, all easily accessible by road.
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Quinta da Pedra Escrita estate belonged to Rui Roboredo Madeira’s family for several generations, being acquired by VDS (Vinhos do Douro Superior) in 2007. The Herdade do Rocim is located between Vidigueira and Cuba, in the Lower Alentejo, quite close to the São Cucufate ruins, where the Romans planted vineyards and produced wine centuries ago. The Pato family has been producing wine at Quinta do Ribeirinho since the XVIII century. Quinta de Cabriz is situated between the mountains Estrela and Caramulo in the heart of the Dão region. Located on the right bank of the river, midway between Régua and Pinhão, in the heart of the Douro Valley, Quinta do Crasto has been in the family of Leonor and Jorge Roquette for over a century.