EXCLUSIVES WITH YOUR BOOKING
Booking through Total Management will entitle you to the following
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Complimentary farm to table breakfast for two daily for duration of the stay
- Choice of a $100 Spa Credit, per room, once during stay OR a complimentary 1-hour horseback ride through the estate’s locations of greater natural and rural beauty
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
At the Hotel
Thie expansive 750 hectare, family-run estate features a restaurant, winery, and two bars for guests to enjoy the local produce and have a relaxing drink in the sun. Additionally, there is a luxurious spa with a fitness centre and pool to enjoy a leisurely afternoon. Guests may take advantage of the bike hiring and horse riding facilities, as well as the wine tastings and picnics on offer. There is a farm shop where guests can purchase original and locally-made Portugese goods.
Food & Drink
The barrocal farm-to-table Alentejo Restaurant offers guests an authentic taste of the region, turning the freshest produce into traditionally prepared delicacies with a contemporary twist. The Bar and Lounge is located in a secret vaulted room, sculpted and beautifully designed, while the Pool Bar offers guests a delectable cocktail list as they relax by the pool. Additionally there is the in-house Winery, producing its own single-estate wines and offering guests tours of the oak barrel-lined space that holds a capacity of up to eighty thousand litres.
Offering 40 guest rooms and cottages that have been meticulously designed down to the last detail, the rural feeling of the farm floods through them, with a blend of contemporary crafted furniture and a number of Portugese vintage pieces. Each room features a TV, coffee machine and bathrooms with underfloor heating.
Set at the foothills of the medieval parish of Monsaraz, near lake Alqueva and with an ancient farming village at its centre, the São Lourenço do Barrocal is a beautiful estate evoking understated luxury. Flourishing with ancient cork oaks, olive groves and vineyeards in this vast open country, nature is all-around, bringing a sense of calm and serenity. The nearby village Évora is one of Portugal’s most well-preserved medieval towns, with a rich two thousand year history and incredible palaces and charming little streets waiting to be explored.