Two rooms with bathrooms adapted to wheel chairs, the whole of the hotel is accessible, either by means of ramp or lift. Signage in Braille in rooms, please indicate the need when you make your reservation.
Daily guided tours of the Convent. Visit to Évora which is World Heritage just two kilometres away on foot or horse driven cart. Around Évora in an hours span we can find the Cromlech dos Almendros, Monsaraz historical villas. The Royal Palace of the Dukes of Braganza, in Vila Viçosa, the best Alentajan wine cellars or the boat rides along the Alqueva reservoir, the biggest in Europe. Pottery from Sâo Pedro do Corval.
For a complete day, the Monsaraz, Arraiolos, Estremoz, Vila Viçosa, Vale Verde, Escoural and Borba Villas (without forgetting Borbas´ Cooperativa Cellar and its antique dealers).
ALENTEJO 2013 (GUIARAMA COMPACT) . Guide, map and address book. By Rita Susana de Oliveira. Anaya Touring, 2013. 10€.
The hotel offers a combination of new and classical cooking in the Divinus restaurant which occupies the convents old cellar, a very personal room with the aroma of centuries of wine. Only for diners. Traditional cooking from the Alentejo and new creations with market products and fresh herbs from the hotels vegetable garden. The hotel also offers the Claustrus restaurant with Mediterranean cooking, only for lunches.
There is also a Piano-Bar in the monks’ former refectory. In what was the water tank in the convent we now find the Cistern Wine Bar, a wine tasting in the atmospheric purity of a room which contained water for centuries. In good weather, in the garden, the Aqua Lounge Pool Bar offers a menu of salads and light dishes. The convents Church, which is a National Monument, is used for events, a spectacular environment.
Wine, oil, ceramic and cork handicraft. Some of the shops are: A Boa Boca Gourmet, Mont´Sobro (cork novelties) and Évora Alforge
From Évora , 5 minutes by taxi. Buses to Évora from Lisbon (110 km), Badajoz (103 km) and Madrid (503 km)