A charming hotel set in four traditional cottages along the cobbled streets of Marvão.
Perfectly tucked in the winding, cobbled streets of Marvão, Pousada Marvão offers a relaxing stay in a historic setting. From its location, the hotel offers the best panoramic views in the Alentejo region including majestic mountains and the picturesque village. It is easily accessible from the city of Portalegre, which is just 21 km away.
The hotel is converted from two medieval buildings and is spread out among four small traditional cottages. Some parts of the buildings date back to the 13th century. The hotel has retained the medieval character of the buildings with modern updates on the interior and the rooms. Hotel features include a restaurant, a bar, and elegant spaces for meetings and events.
The hotel has retained the medieval charm of the historic buildings where it is set. However, the interior and the rooms have been modernized and are elegantly furnished in the contemporary fashion.
Enjoy contemporary and regional cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant. There’s also a bar where you can get snacks and hot or cold refreshments.
The hotel is located in the historic village of Marvao, which offers a sweeping view of the Alentejo region. It is easily accessible from the city of Portalegre.
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Rua 24 de Janeiro, Marvão, Portugal
The hotel restaurant is set in an elegant dining room overlooking the picturesque village and the surrounding landscapes. It serves typical regional dishes and contemporary cuisine. There's also a bar where you can enjoy a cup of tea, hot chocolate, or cool beverages, paired with some snacks. The restaurant is open daily from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, and from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
Pousada Marvão is an elegant venue for small meetings and intimate events. Its meeting and event room can accommodate up to 50 guests. For larger events, there's a large venue space just 100 meters from the hotel.
Roman City of Ammaia is a lost Roman city once buried in the Valley of Aramanha. For centuries, the city has remained unnoticed and forgotten until the early part of the 1900s. It was rediscovered and restored and was listed as a National Monument in 1949. The city dates as far back as the first century AD. It is now one of the popular sites Marvão.
Rail Bike Marvão offers a unique biking experience between two historic stations in Serra de São Mamede Natural Park. There are two bike routes in a disused train line: The Bridge and Castelo de Vide. Pedal on the train line with family and friends and travel between oak trees, rich wildlife, and cork trees and enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding landscapes and the villages of Castelo de Vide and Marvão.
Set in the historic 13th-century Church of Saint Mary, the Municipal Museum of Marvao is a museum with a renovated exhibition hall that lets visitors get a glimpse of the history of the region from the Paleolithic era. The museum also displays Jewiwsh medieval gravestones, a skeleton from a Roman necropolis, a Megalithic funerary chamber, a carved stonework from the 3rd millennium BC, and more interesting historic and archaeological findings.