Casa de Alfena is a manorial house from the XVIII century linked to a
group of rural buildings and old goldsmith’s workshops. The house
and the rural buildings have been adapted to receive guests and the workshops
gave way to a gold museum. Classified for its historical, cultural, and
architectonic relevance, the house shares its gardens, granite threshing-floor,
patios, and swimming pool with the museum.
Travassos is a traditional filigree (Latin: filum-granum) workshop-village, located in the North bank of river Ave, and in the vicinity of Peneda-Gerês National Park.
|Meals per request
|0 x Double bedroom
|0 x Twin Bedroom
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