19th Century Palace, Hotel and Stables

19th Century Palace, Hotel and Stables

Unique 19th Century Palace, Hotel and Stables

Elvas, 7350, Evora, Alentejo, Portugal


Built in 1887

Reformed in 1916

Restored in 2010

Total Built Area 1,200 m2

Land 1.1 hectares


The main property comprises;

Hall, kitchen, office, 4 lounge areas, 8 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, an independent staff home and elevator, basement and cellar.

This immaculate property in Alentejo has plenty of natural water

A Botanical Garden designed by the famed international landscaper Jean Claude Nicolas Forestier

Authentic art combining colour, form dream effects, nature inviting rest and contemplation



Ground floor 1,265 m2

First floor 1,595 m2

Roof 800 m2

Total Building Area 3,245 m2

Land 8,000 m2


The hotel includes;

33 double rooms and 1 suite, 2 large lounge areas of 167m2 + 313m2, dining room 85m2 and a terrace of 1,286 m2


Two restaurants




Horse riding centre

including 30 boxes, training area, walker and exterior enclosures

2 staff homes

Total land area of estate 6.8ha


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