Owner: Nuno Lacerda e Megre
Accommodation: 4 room(s) Double - From 90 EUR/night
2 room(s) Twin - From 90 EUR/night
A 17th century magnificent and welcoming manor house, located in the historic centre of the medieval town of Ponte da Barca, with a delightful view over the Lima valley, at the “gateway” of the Peneda-Gerês National Park.
Casa do Correio Mor took its name after being the set of the Head Postmaster. The present owners, descendants of the original founder, the “Lacerdas” family, have restored the house to open their doors to “Turismo de Habitação”, refurbishing it with excellent taste and retaining its traditional atmosphere and architectural charm. Though guest rooms are spacious and decorated in Minho style here you may find a home from home.
Within this enchanting environment guests may enjoy the various terraces and expansive lawn. The pleasure of music and poetry are part of its rich and friendly cultural ambiance. Wine tasting is available and the gardens offer a pleasant stroll.
|Airport - 90 km||Beach - 35 km|
|Golf - 20 km||Hospital - 0.5 km|
|Pharmacy - 0.5 km||Restaurant - 0.1 km|
|Train - 35 km|
From Porto Airport: follow A3 in direction to Braga/Valença. Exit at km 78, in direction to Arcos de Valdevez/Ponte da Barca. After paying the tool follow IC 28 in direction to Ponte da Barca for at least 15km. Exit in direction to Arcos de Valdevez/Ponte da Barca and on the roundabout follow the indications to Ponte da Barca. After 2km you will cross a bridge on Lima River. After 50 metres turn on the right side, on the second way, immediately on turn on the left side following the indications to Casa do Correio-Mor.
N 41 ° 48 '28.3 "
W 08 ° 25 '09.0 "
|Snooker table||Speak English|
|Speak French||Speak Spanish|
|Swimming Pool||Table Tennis|
A 17th century manor house situated in the centre of the historic centre of Ponte da Barca with pleasant views over the River Lima and a short drive to the Peneda-Gerês National Park. It has been restored to a high standard by the present owners who are descendants of the original founder.
In “Solares de Portugal – The art of good living”, Edições INAPA, 2007