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Offering an outdoor pool, Monte da Boavista - Country family house is set in Alter do Chão. Free private parking is available on site. Some units have free WiFi access. The lady that welcomed me and my family was amazing and always helpful! The place so peaceful and beautiful! My kids loved to play in the pool!
Villa Alter Pedroso - Casa de Campo is located an 8-minute drive from Alter do Chão, a small village known for its 18th-century stud farm, Alter Real. It stands in Alter Pedroso. The beautiful decoration, thw colour scheme, the pictures, the house, the special care in every detail, the lighting, the spotless cleanliess and tidiness, the toilet, the shower, the doors, the view, the village, the silence, the good climatisation in the scorch Alentejo heat. There is a small kitchen, dining area, and sitting area, with a kettle and courtsy tea or coffee, and very welcoming staff.
Located in Crato, 12 mi from Alter do Chão, Herdade do Gamito provides a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi. All units are air conditioned and include a seating and/or dining area. Very nice breakfast. Remote location with few guests - ideal if you want peace and quiet, away from the crowds. The pool is perfect for the setting and the views are amazing. There are lots of tourist attractions within 30min drive, if you get bored.
Sleepy little town in Upper Alentejo. Good sarting point for exploring this part of the country, but not mutch on its own. A few places around for simple, homely food, but don't expect more, at least at this time of the year (early september).
The Coudelaria do Alter Real at Alter do Chao is a true treasure for history buffs and especially those who want to understand the Lusitano horse and its place in Portugal's history. The Stud is the size of a village and was founded in 1748.The echos of times past and the ghosts of important figures loom large at sunset when a golden haze settles over the countryside, and the timeless quality of the land becomes apparent. I found the Stud a bit hard to find, as the way winds through the village and the signs are not the best, (GPS was hopeless) but the trouble was SO worth it. I was there on a Sunday night and dining was a bit of a challenge, but found a restaurant just off the main praca whose waiter spoke French ( the go-to lingua in rural Portugal if you don't speak Portuguese) and whose fare was distinctly local. I was a solo female traveler and felt totally safe and welcome-I will return every chance I get!
The lady that welcomed me and my family was amazing and always helpful! The place so peaceful and beautiful! My kids loved to play in the pool!
Clean rooms and bath rooms, lovely traditional building!