Beautiful apartment in the center of the city of Peso da Régua, two steps from all services, train station, riverside area (cafes), cafes and restaurants.
“STAY HERE if you are in Regua for a couple of days. This place is perfect! It is a one bedroom, but does have a pull out couch that comfortably fitted my dad. Lurdes (the host) was so nice and very quick to responding. When you get off the train and enter the address in google maps it pulls up a restaurant called Limonete. I messaged Lurdes right away and asked if that was correct. She said no, she is above a restaurant called “Ageda 87” and not to worry because she is outside waiting for us. I’m glad she was because we would have walked by completely. My dad and I don’t speak Portuguese or French and my Spanish is horrible, but the good news is that we were able to communicate via the Airbnb app and translate. Lurdes took the time to show us how to use the coffee machine, shower, and washing machine. She really went above and beyond. Location of this place: PERFECT- 10 Stars! It is a 15 minute walk from the train station. You literally walk out of the train station, make a right, and take the road closest to the train tracks and walk for 15 mins. SUPER easy! Restaurants: The city did an amazing thing with the old train storage. They put in restaurants!! Walk out of the train storage and go left!!! If you want to just have a Charcuterie board and wine go to Pecados do Vinho. €14 of magical meats and cheeses. Restaurants that you must try in the city: Aneto & Table, Sus, Castas Pratos, and Tasca da quinta.”
Typical house with good views of the Douro River and fantastic natural lighting. It is a house with excellent areas and with 3 bedrooms fully equipped. Ideal for families and large groups. With bread right every morning, a kindness from the hosts. Located in a typical area of the city and about 5 minutes walk from the city center. The Douro Museum is 500m away and is a fantastic option for those who come to visit the one that is recognized as a World Heritage Site!
“This spacious apartment provided a great base from which to explore the Douro valley. The daily delivery of fresh bread buns was greatly appreciated and Catarina always responded to email questions in a quick and efficient manner. The fireplace - and plentiful wood - was wonderful during the colder evenings. One thing to bear in mind is that the house is on a cobbled street and up a flight of 20 steps - definitely not for wheelchairs and difficult for the infirm. The inside is big and bright and a good place to stay. The big problem, however, is the parking. Access to the garage is located on a blind bend on a steep hill so it’s best to approach from up the street, driving down. There is a very high double curb that crunched our small hire car every time we went in or out. There is street parking up the hill a bit but you have to be lucky to find a space, especially after about 4pm. With that caveat, this is a lovely apartment and is conveniently located for access to all parts of the Douro.”
The "Casa Foz do Corgo" has modern architecture. Premium Local Accommodation, very close to what is important to know in the Douro Wine Region. Excellent location, with a beautiful and peaceful landscape, over the mouth of the Corgo River and the Douro River and historic farms. Villa of recent construction (2013), with private garage for two cars, comfortably equipped, with modern swimming pool and access to rio corgo and rio douro.
“Alfredo and his second Host Monika was really really nice. They did a warmly welcome and gave us some gifts and some good information for the surrounding area. The house was much better than we saw on the picture. The house is completely clean and perfect. Everthing was great. Of course, i could do recommendation for Alfredo and Monika. Just one information: The only point that disliked at this house, was the fact there is a live camera installed, which in my opinion interrupt the privacy durring the stay. But overall it was a great vacation, but in my opinon you should rethink your camera system.”