Traços d'Outrora - Turismo Rural, Lda., Owned by the partners Isabel Fonseca and Horácio Pereira, is located on the West side of Serra da Freita, in the village of Trebilhadouro in Vale de Cambra, about 625m above sea level. Its strategic position allows a privileged view of the surrounding territory, namely the Ria de Aveiro and the Atlantic. In 2011, Trebilhadouro was classified as “Aldeia de Portugal”, integrating a group of villages with whom it shares historical and patrimonial interest. It is a small village, where the constructions are implanted in a central path that crosses the entire village and a small stream. Our houses, if not integrated in rural areas, are based on granite stone, with masonry, and wood.
Its requalification was based on the original constructive principle, both in terms of material and design, without losing identity or magic. This earned him the IHRU - 2015 award, given by the Institute of Housing and Urban Rehabilitation - the oldest national award in the construction and real estate sector in Portugal.
We are the perfect retreat to enjoy nature and recharge your batteries, allowing for a memorable stay in an intimate environment. Iron beds and antique furniture, lace bedspreads and linen curtains, combined with comfort, are the perfect setting for a few days with family or friends.
The houses are named after the former owners and are all equipped with a sofa bed, fireplace, cable TV and internet and a fully equipped kitchen.