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OVERVIEW

Tucked at the top of a rustic road, in the middle of the Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Rota Vicentina, is a newly opened health and nature resort. With only 56 rooms, a main restaurant, bar, infinity pool and spa, this resort is about sustainability, local food options, relaxing and communing with nature.


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OUR REVIEW

Location

The peace and quiet of naturally diverse local area, with its cliffs, beaches and rural backdrop, is a location you can happily visit again and again.

The hotel is in a remote location in a national park, with access down a steep rocky road.
By plane: flights to Faro take around 3 hours from London and Manchester and 2 hours 30 mins from Bristol. The drive to the hotel takes 1 hour 10 mins. Free parking on-site. skyscanner.com

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Style & Character

This resort is already a firm favourite with families but also attracts nature-lovers of every stripe. We love the fabulously large infinity pool with a small garden planted not at the edge - but in the pool itself.

Service & Facilities

The lovely cleaning staff looking after the rooms switched our mini-bar non-alcoholic beers for the real thing.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pools
  • Terrace
  • Spa
  • Fitness centre
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Without a doubt, the bathroom is a triumph, and it's clever to have the ample storage there on the wall behind the bedroom. The rain shower cubicle is enormous. The open plan of our space and the natural ambience really appeals - the views beyond the balcony seem to be invited into the room.

Deluxe Room, Junior Suite, Junior Suite Rooftop, Family Suite, Grand Suite Rooftop
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, Elemis toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The service is excellent, very personal and thoughtful. Advice for wine is on offer but you never feel pressured into trying something if you don't want to. The torta de laranja (orange roll) was a favourite, not a pastry as such but a creamy sorbet with orange flavoured accoutrements.

Azeitona: contemporary Portuguese cuisine, organic produce. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Medronho: cocktails, light meals and afternoon tea. Open daily 12 noon until late.
Zimbro: grilled fish and meat, seafood, pizzas. Open for lunch and dinner.

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