Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
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The cellars of The Yeatman house one of the most comprehensive collections of Portuguese wines. The hotel has established partnerships with many of Portugal's finest producers who actively participate in The Yeatman's programme of tastings, seminars and wine dinners. These partner wineries also sponsor individual rooms and suites. Intriguing pictures and objects provide insights into each winery's unique history and environment and add a discreet individual accent to each guest room.
Complementing The Yeatman's own wine activities, visits can be arranged to leading vineyards and estates in the Douro Valley, Minho, Dão and Bairrada wine regions, all easily accessible by road.
The wine theme extends to The Yeatman's Caudalie Vinothérapie® Spa with its exclusive skincare products and therapies using extracts from the vine.
Guests are able to discuss Portuguese wines with the hotel's knowledgeable and friendly experts who are on hand to guide guests in their discovery of Portugal's diverse and individual wine regions, with their unique traditions and wealth of different styles.
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Sociedade Agrícola de Santar, presents the prestigious portfolio, with the wines Casa de Santar. Quinta de Cabriz is situated between the mountains Estrela and Caramulo in the heart of the Dão region. Created in 2000 in a clear commitment of excellence, a group of 15 wine producers and estate owners across three Douro sub-regions (Baixo Corgo, Cima Corgo, Douro Superior). "Quinta do Vallado, established in 1716, is one of the oldest and most famous "Quintas” in the Douro Valley. It once belonged to the legendary Dona Antónia Adelaide Ferreira, and still belongs to h... In the douro region, four brothers worked together with knowhow and passion, to fulfil a old family dream: to see the premium product of their vineyard bottled under its own name.