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Opinión escrita el 18 de Abril de 2017
Pro: Entorno natural de lujo. La quinta puede visitarse (incluso cojer fruta). Hay agua de manantial potable. Maria Jose fue amable y se hizo entender, ademas nos dio algunos consejos para visitar. En el desayuno no escatimo en pan y dulces. A la llegada, nos tenia preparado en la habitacion una jarra de agua y fruta (que cambiaba a diario). Suelo de madera.
Contra: Relativamente alejado (eso si, a medio camino de Braga y Oporto). El colchon quizas algo mejorable.
Consejo: Cuidado con el ajuste horario si vas desde España.
A Trip to 18 Century
Opinión escrita el 25 de Agosto de 2018
This Tourism Farm created in a 18th Century Building is a Stunning place. Everything inside building such as furniture doors roof etc.. it is indeed a marvelous place and beautiful. We can move around in the farm pick some passion fruits or kiwis or walnuts it is a nice experience. The bed and mattress is OK in fact it is a very good night sleep and not a single noise. The breakfast is a nice variety the only "NO" is the bread being one day old and in Portugal when we have a culture to eat fresh and warm bread it is a not good thing. I will repeat the experience.
A warning, really
Opinión escrita el 14 de Agosto de 2013
We booked for 3 nights and arrived mid afternoon. It took just under an hour for anyone in the house to hear us knocking and ringing the bell. Eventually we were admitted. The house is a Quinta, and, in my experience of this type of property, the furnishings reflect this (We have stayed in over a dozen of Turihab properties). Our sleeping accommodation was in a very dark outbuilding, which needed artifical light, even with the window open on a sunny day. The furniture was more akin to poor folk, not the owner of a Quinta..There was nowhere comfortable to sit, ie nowhere to sit in the evening reading a book, even if the lighting was adequate. Breakfast was discussed and once we thought 9am was a good time, it was apparent that was the time the breakfast would be ready, whether we were ready or not. It was to be served in the dark hallway outside of our room. The tour of the accommodation was a walk around the yard and the vineyard being pointed out. The lovely house and comfortable communal areas shown in the photographs were plainly not available to us. A Quinta should almost be a self contained destination in its own rights, with grounds and a home to enjoy. Needless to say, we left after an hour This was an overpriced room, with nothing other than breakfast on offer. The whole concept of rural tourism is to be exposed to a disappearing was of life and to be exposed to the history of its house and family. This concept is alien here. I have drawn my concerns to the booking agent and to Turihab
A nice place to rest some days
Opinión escrita el 11 de Septiembre de 2011
Quinta da Picaria is a very nice place to have a peacefull rest and a good base to tdo short daily trip in the Oportp area and Douro Valley.
The rooms are clean and nice, the breakfast is good and the owners are available to satisfy the request of the client.
Quinta da Picaria is ina very green country.
Perfect relaxation close to nature
Opinión escrita el 31 de Agosto de 2010
We found out this charming place in a blog about Portugal summer holidays. The first contact with this farm was the magnificent relation with nature as well as the wonderful people that receive as has Kings in our own Kingdom. The owner Maria Jose his a charming person and french, english speaker. The amazing natural water fountain that flows is a great plus. We spend some quality time that realy means a lot for us.
Thanks Maria Jose, we hope to came back one day.
All the best for you and your husband.