This pretty manor house is located in the peacefull village of Beiral, halfway between the towns of Ponte de Lima and Ponte da Barca, with easy access and beautiful panoramic views, within a region recognised for its rich historical and architectonical heritage and unspoilt natural environment.
Casa da Várzea maintains an ancient tradition of hospitality having wellcomed such special guests as the Archbishop of Braga during his church visits. The house has been in the same family at least since the 16th century, having been severely modified in the 18th century and providing its guests an intimate comfortable stay.
An excellent horse-riding centre is nearby which organises treks through the beautiful Soajo mountains, part of the Peneda Gerês National Park, offering visitors the chance to experience its natural wonders and activities.
This pretty manor house is located in the peaceful village of Beiral between Ponte de Lima and Ponte da Barca and has exhilarating panoramic views. The founding family once played host to the Archbishop of Braga during his official visits to the region and this ancient tradition of hospitality is maintained today. An excellent horse-riding centre is nearby which organises treks through the beautiful Soajo mountains.
In Solares de Portugal The art of good living , Edições INAPA, 2007