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Herdade do Touril, one of the most emblematic accommodation units on the Alentejo coast, reopens its doors with improved spaces and prepares novelties in terms of catering for the coming months.
The owner of the estate in Odemira, Luís Leote Falcão, says: “We are very happy to finally be able to reopen our doors and do what we know how to do best: welcoming our guests in a wide area of 365 hectares where you can breathe unparalleled tranquility of the Alentejo essence. The goal is for our visitors to make the most of their stay in this region, be it in our interior spaces, or in the discovery of ideal routes for walking and cycling, absolutely free of worries.”
The Herdade, which was once the cover of Condé Nast Traveler and which was recommended by The Guardian and The Times, is currently running a promotional campaign for stays until May 16. Bookings of two or three nights have a 15% discount, five or six nights have a 20% discount and for seven or more nights, the discount is 30%.
In addition to the five individual houses, Herdade do Touril comprises 18 double rooms with terrace, restaurant, bar and salt water pool, in a space that was completely renovated in 2018.