Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
All Suite interiors are decorated in an understated classic style providing an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication and individuality.
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Adrian Bridge is CEO of The Fladgate Partnership and The Yeatman Hotel. Adrian is the creative force behind The Yeatman, a project that he started in 2006.
Born in 1963, Adrian started his career in the 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards, a British Cavalry Regiment and was awarded The Sword of Honour at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
After leaving the Army he married Natasha Robertson in 1989 when Adrian was an investment banker with NatWest Investment Bank in London in charge of US equity sales.
In 1994 Adrian was asked by his father-in-law to move to Portugal to take over running the family business. He has been active in consolidating the Port sector, developed the group’s wine distribution businesses and created the first new style of Port in a generation – Croft Pink. He had an active role in the development of The Vintage House Hotel – the group’s first venture into luxury hotels.
His wife Natasha, is the head blender of the group and they have three children. Adrian is actively involved in a number of charities, plays a leading role in the Young Presidents Organization, enjoys climbing mountains and photography.
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