The “talhas” remind us this is the region that produces the best olive oil in Portugal the “Cantaros” are one of Alentejo's most traditional pottery. You won’t miss the soundtrack given by the “Chocalhos”, bells carried by sheep, nor the “Cajados”, the walking stick used by the local shepherds. The cork “Chocos”, once used to drink water, are now a symbolic piece of craftwork, just like the “Tarros”, cork containers used to transport food.
And finally, the baskets and the hats! Intrinsic accessories to Alentejo that are much more than carriers of food and sun protectors. In their natural tones, they turn any moment into a bright and relaxed mood. Ah, the “Baskets” and the “Hats”! Essential accessories that are not just for carrying belongings and protecting them from the sun.
All these give name to our nine double rooms, eight of which have their private courtyard facing the pool right by the main house of our guest house.
Breakfast is included and served in the main house, where we can also prepare lunch or dinner upon request. where we can also prepare lunch or dinner upon request.
You can also enjoy the land around the house to practice mediation, go for a walk, do a picnic at sunset or enjoy our salt water pool - that has 1.40m depth, perfect for you to enjoy a conversation while having some wine.