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Casas AntigasCasa das TorresSolares de Portugal « Casas Antigas « Ponte de Lima

Type: Casas Antigas
Owner: Manuel Correia Malheiro
Contacts: Torres@solaresdeportugal.pt
Accommodation: 2 room(s) Apt. x4 - From 140 EUR/night
1 room(s) Double - From 80 EUR/night
2 room(s) Twin - From 80 EUR/night


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A notable example of 18th century style architecture from the reign of Dom João V, this house was designed by the famous Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni. From the lovely Baroque fashioned windows there are wonderful views of the lavish green Minho countryside.
Visitors to Casa das Torres are greeted by a lofty gateway, inviting into the spacious courtyard, surrounded by majestic ancient trees. The interior is beautifully furnished, evidencing a living testimony to the mystic presence of the family ancestors.
Here, you can stay in a traditional ancient manor house and enjoy an atmosphere of hospitality and comfort in permanent contact with nature, either taking part in farming activities, discovering hidden treasures of this region of simply relaxing by the pool.

Main Distances

  Airport - 85 km  Beach - 20 km
  Golf - 6 km  Hospital - 7 km
  Pharmacy - 5 km  Restaurant - 2 km
  Train - 15 km 

How to Get There

From Porto Airport: Take the motorway A3 to Braga/Valença. At the km76 leave the motorway in the exit signposted Ponte da Barca/Ponte de Lima. After paying the toll, turn right to Ponte de Lima. 2 km after you will come to a roundabout, continue straight on and 1,5km after you will find another roundabout. Turn right to Viana do Castelo and 500m after you will come to a third roudabout just before the bridge. Turn left here onto the road signposted Darque, Barcelos and Porto continue along this road for 3km until de village of Seara, then turn left again and follow direction to Barcelos. As you arrive at the village of Facha, you will see Casa das Torres on your right hand side. The drive leading to the house is a small lane sloping downwards leading towards the main building of the house.
From the town centre of Ponte de Lima: Take the road leading to the new bridge. At the roundabout, go straight ahead onto the road signposted Barcelos (here, Braga is signposted to your left and Viana to your right). After 4km, turn left on to the road signposted Barcelos. After 2km, you will arrive at the village of Facha, and will see Casa das Torres on the right hand side of the road. The drive leading to the house is located 50m after the main building of the house.

GPS Coordinates:
N 41 ° 43 '02.8 "
W 08 ° 37 '02.5 "

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FacilitiesFacilities
  Bar  Cards room
  Gardens  Parking
  Snooker table  Speak English
  Speak French  Speak German
  Speak Spanish  Swimming Pool
  Wine Tasting  walking
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A notable example of 18th century style architecture from the reign of Dom João V, this house was designed by the famous Italian architect Nasoni. From the lovely Baroque fashioned windows there are wonderful views of the Minho countryside. Guests can take part in farming activities and there is a swimming pool.
In “Solares de Portugal – The art of good living”, Edições INAPA, 2007