The Estalagem de Santa Iria occupies an idyllic location perched on an Island in the middle of the Nabão River in the centre of Tomar, Portugal. Surrounded by the lush greenery of the Muchão park, the hotel offers quality accommodation in a delightful and unusual setting. There is an air of romance about this hotel that makes it a perfect location for couples in search of some tranquillity and luxury, though its combination of single and double rooms and suites make it equally suitable for families and small groups.
This is a four-star hotel with good amenities. Rooms have a quaint air of slightly faded charm, but they are clean, spacious and comfortably furnished with writing desk and television. Most have a balcony or terrace overlooking the delightful gardens and river, and all are en-suite with bathrooms featuring separate shower and bathtub.
Estalagem de Santa Iria offers a restaurant and bar/lounge and an on-site shop for guests as well as banqueting facilities for larger parties and special occasions. Breakfast can be taken in the room or in the restaurant, and daily newspaper services are available. Dinner in the restaurant is a delightful experience, particularly in the cooler months when, like the hotel bar, the room is warmed by the traditional cosy roaring fire of this country-style Inn so typical of 1940s Portugal.
The hotel offers high speed Internet with wireless and visitors also benefit from the services of a small but well-equipped business centre. A laundry, dry cleaning and ironing service help to keep guests in comfort and ensure their needs are well met.
There is no pool, spa or gym facility but what the hotel lacks in extra facilities it more than makes up for with its friendly and welcoming staff and stunning location in the heart of the historic town of Tomar, one of Portugal’s oldest settlements. Estalagem de Santa Iria is the ideal base from which to explore the city’s renowned UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the castle and convent. The complex was the headquarters of the Knights Templar in the middle ages and later played a pivotal role in expanding Portugal’s explorations into the New World.
Address: Estalagem de Santa Iria
Parque do Mouchão
Phone: + 351 249 313 326
Fax: + 351 249 321 238