Shout out to those of you who are after something a little different from your travels. We've really let the cat out of the bag - or the wine out of the barrel - with this one.
We're here to tell you that Portugal is so much more than beach resorts and cool cities, it's actually home to quite a few vineyards too, like the Quinta da Pacheca Estate just outside of Porto where you can stay for 2 nights in spring 2020. However, we're not putting you up in any old accommodation, no no no. The site boasts quirky design rooms built into converted wine barrels!
This package is provided by Expedia, flying from a few UK airports and is for room only. However, to upgrade to B&B is simple during the booking process.
Booking Info Timeframe: 4. Jul. 2019 - 3. Sep. 2019
Example from London, 1st - 3rd March:
Make sure you select the 'wine barrel room' when choosing your room.
After selecting your flights you will be shown your grand total:
Alternate dates with similar prices:
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
- Travel duration: 2 nights
- Example date: 1st - 3rd March 2020
- Departure from London to Porto
- Vineyard hotel - 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Board basis – room only
- ATOL protected package
- Based on 2 adults
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:
- Expedia holiday package – £488 / 2 = £224* per person
About your stay
Nestled in the Portuguese countryside about 40 miles outside of Porto, lies the Quinta da Pacheca Wine Hotel. The lovingly restored main 18th-century house is surrounded by extensive grounds & vineyards. Hidden amongst the grounds are these adorable wine casks that have been transformed into private abodes!
Acting like little wooden tardises, the barrels are surprisingly spacious inside and you get your own bathroom in there too.
While away the hours exploring the grounds or arrange a private wine tour at reception. Wine - not?