Wine Lovers Can Stay In A Giant Wine Barrel And Drink Wine All Day

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Wine lovers can enjoy a stay in a wine barrel. If you love wine and need a holiday, you will love this beautiful place in Portugal, Quinta da Pacheca. The Wine House Hotel, vineyard promises ‘an idyllic and romantic setting’ with the wine barrels ‘providing a unique experience with nature.

The Wine House Hotel is well-known in Douro Valley, name one of the most famous wine regions in the world. It’s harnessed towards gastronomic and oenological tourism. It combines a modern and avant-garde image with sobriety and elegance, with a selection of white, red, and rose wine, as well as a Quinta da Pacheca port.

Guests get to spend a night in an oversized wine barrel on a working vineyard. Situated in a beautiful 280 year old wine estate, you have 30-meter suites, which includes a circular double bed, skylight window, wardrobe, and a walk-in shower bathroom, also included is a private terrace, air con, and wifi.

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Is the feeling claustrophobic with the thought of staying in a wine barrel? No problem, Quinta da Pacheca’s Hotel can give you the same experience as they have a selection of romantic double rooms, superior double rooms, standard double rooms in the main building.

There is a restaurant which offers a ‘varied and tempting menu’ with traditional Portuguese cuisine using typical products of Douro.

Are you planning a function? There is a professional team who will help you organize your event.

There are a good few wine barrel hotels around the world. Schwarzrinderseen Weindorf Betriebs, located near the Schwarzrinder lakes, Germany, is said to be the first Wine Barrel Hotel in the world.

Hotel Vrouwe van Stavoren in Netherlands boasts 12 original wine barrels that have been converted.

For more info about Quinta da Pacheca in Portugal visit their webpage.

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