!00 yr old restored ex-flour Mill by the river Sever in the beautiful Natural Park of Sao Mamede. Awake to the river flowing sweetly on its way to the Spanish border. Set in amazing botanical gardens with Cork Oak , eucalyptus and Olive trees. 26 species of birds have been spotted (including bonelli eagles flying overhead). A paradise in which to relax and adventure. Great walks along the old smugglers route and local horse riding to the Hill top castle town of Marvao. Private river terrace.
Lovely restored mill with bags of character. Restful and serene by the sweet river Sever , deep in the Lost Valley of Ramila.
Comfortable beds and top quality linen. Indoor w.c. and shower. Two bedrooms (double beds) which sleep 4 . Relax on the outside terrace facing the river. Staying with us at our Lost Valley of Ramila will be a unique experience. It is so peaceful , relaxing and in tune with nature. A real paradise- and a great holiday venue!
Accès des voyageurs
Free to roam , walking anywhere. Free use of beautiful new pool. BBQ and picnic area by the river and bread/pizza oven house. Great places for photography, walking, snoozing , reading , watching and listening to nature admiring the lovely wild flowers and adventures galore.
Ample free parking.
The terrain is not suitable for people with mobility difficulties / wheelchairs etc..
Young children must be supervised at all times.
We're in a Natural Park so wildlife is around .
Horse riding through the Natural Park is amazing.
Bicycle Hire available.
The Mill is suitable for up to 4 people.
The Mill Cottage sleeps 2.
No smoking indoors or in public areas ( by the pool etc). Ok by the river.
À partir du 1 septembre 2017 - 30 novembre 2017, la durée minimum de séjour est de 3 nuits.
We'll be available , or Fatima and Andre, to help with any things you may need. welcome bottle of wine and information pack.
We love this area and started on the restoration of the Mill and Mill cottage with relish. Then we built the 4 beautiful architect designed apartments. These provide eco-friendly 4 star accommodation that blends in well with the natural feel of the surroundings.
It's a beautiful spot and has much history - we found out that our old gardener "joachim" was actually born there in the 1920's . There are still the donkey tracks and dry stone walls which must have taken so much toil and effort to build over the generations. There remains the old smugglers routes from Spain - used for many years , and most recently in the Salazar regime when some basic goods were banned or highly taxed. We even found an old coin dated 1863 - definately pre-euro!
So, we enjoy being able to let the past survive in a way, and share with our guests this wonderful place.