This seventeenth century Manor house was rebuilt between 1999 and 2004 by the architect Lourenço Rochi. It consists of 8 double rooms all equipped with a private bathroom. In a most recent building, there are 6 apartments which consist of a double bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchenette. In the medieval tower, there is an apartment with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, a living room, a terrace, and a solarium. In the water mill (azenha) there´s an apartment with a double bedroom, a bathroom, and a living room. All rooms are equipped with central heating and television.
The property also has a chapel, a garage, a large event room, an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, a gymnasium, 9 hectares of chestnut trees with profitability, a forest area, a lake, a vegetable garden, an orchard, a recreation area, green spaces and gardens.
Ponte de Lima, a legendary and aristocratic location, is the oldest town in Portugal and candidate to the World Heritage by UNESCO. The region is characterized by its medieval architecture, particularly by its manor houses. The property is at 60 minutes from Porto.