Bela Vista Silo Housing - A new concept in Rural Tourism

Alfândega da Fé
Description / Facilities
Bela Vista Silo Housing, located in the heart of  Trás-os-Montes region, offers guests an unique experience and concept in rural tourism, accommodation in grain silos transformed into modern rooms with futuristic design, inserted in the beautiful countryside landscape. The concept is for people who like to be surprised, the surrounding is for peace and contemplation of nature, the environment is familiar, the experience is unique and the scenery is out of the ordinary. While you sleep in a futuristic room, you feel the peace and silence, contemplating the nature and bathing in a organic pool shaped like a natural lake that reaches 28º temperatures in the summer, which invites people to swim and explore.

Housed in a century-old farmhouse in Alfândega da Fé, 20km away from the Douro River and with organic production of almond and olive, guests can enjoy all the beauty and peace that the region has to offer, delight themselves with the local cuisine and hospitality of our people, in a place that invites to discovery and appeals to all the senses. Stroll through the Bornes and Gouveia mountains, contemplate the depth of the Vilariça Valley and see the river Sabor, a beautiful Douro River affluent are some of the proposals we have for our guests.

The rooms were adapted from grain silos and have private bathroom, air conditioning, coffee maker, minibar and microwave oven. They have also sights of almost 360º with balconies and panoramic windows.
Address: Quinta da Bela Vista 176, Eucisia, 5350-231 Alfândega da Fé
Phone: +351 279 463 280
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