Hotel Rural Quinta dos BastosAddress: Estrada Senhor dos Aflitos, Evora, Portugal
Average rating: 91%
Rooms from: US$ 60.67
Hotel Rural Quinta dos Bastos
Surrounded by ten thousand square meters of wonderful gardens and a swimming pool from where you can see the castle of Evoramonte (located at 25 km), just 5 minutes away from the Historical Center of Evora (classified as World Heritage by UNESCO).
This luxurious hotel is housed on a farm whose buildings date from the eighteenth century, having being served as the summer residence of the Archbishop of Evora.
Maintaining its classic style, and surrounded by olive trees with more than three hundred years old, the Hotel Rural Quinta dos Bastos impresses by the combination of good taste and modernity.
The Hotel Quinta dos Bastos has 6 bedrooms (1 prepared with accessibility for handicapped persons) and 5 suites
Our Rooms are decorated in rustic style, but with extraordinary good taste, offers all the comforts of modern life: Plasma TV 26', air conditioning, mini bar and strong box.
It has direct access to the swimming pool by a walkway, and a balcony with magnificent views. (from where you can see the Castle of Evoramonte over 25km away)
Our Suites are composed of bedroom, lounge and bathroom, combined an extraordinary decoration in a classic style with all the comforts of modern life: Plasma TV 26', air conditioning, mini bar and strong box.
Check in must be until 22:30!
Hotel Rural Quinta dos Bastos reserves the right to charge one night if the guest fails to appear and / or not cancelled until 24 hous before the arrival day.
Évora, city of an outstanding beauty, embraced by its fortress walls, filled with historic memories in each street, each home, each inhabitantÂÂÂÂÂ…Its squares and monuments tell us national history, religion and culture episodes and its townsfolk are proud of both past and present times. The natural beauty of this region combines with the monumental richness of this town-museum that nowadays is also a modern and touristy city, classified by UNESCO, since 1986, World Heritage. Inhabited since the Neolithic period, the archaeological landscape that surrounds the city presents important monuments, such as the Cromeleque dos Almendres (cromlech) and the Anta Grande do Zambujeiro (dolmen). Many were the ancient people that have been here, but the Romans were those who transformed Evora into an imperial town. They called it Ebora, named after Julio Cesar as Liberalitas Julia, and left several signs of their passage, from which the roman temple, known improperly as 'Templo de Diana', stands out.
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|- Bar||- Café|
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|- Daily Housekeeping||- Safe Deposit Box|
|- Mini Bar||- Tours Desk|
|- Luggage Storage||- Wheelchair Accessible|
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