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Quinta do Troviscal is located close to the historical town of Tomar, on a protected bank of the Castelo de Bode Dam. Hidden behind a profusion of colours and scents, the property lies by the vast lake, where a large raft allows you to go for a swim in those peaceful, crystal waters. With only three bedrooms and one suite, Troviscal's the perfect hideaway where one can certainly find the desired peace of mind. In 2016, after a period of some years in which the Quinta has been closed to the touristic activities, Vera Castelbranco answered the requests of her many clients and friends, returning to open her secretly hidden treasure to her guests once again. This charming refuge really fulfils the dream of anyone who ever dreamed about having a small house in the countryside.
 
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BREAKFAST

Breakfast is served in the main dining room of the house or in the room balconies until 11am.

Troviscal’s kitchen is available for guests to prepare light meals throughout the day, in a shared use.
It costs an extra 10€ a day, per room.

- Home made bread
- Butter
- Local cheese
- Ham
- Orange cake
- Tea, milk and coffee
- Yogurt
- Orange juice
- Fruit

What To Do
  
  
 1. Castelo de Bode Lake 
 2. The Swimming-pool 
 3. The Garden 
 4. Get outta here! 

1. The presence of the waters from the dam is a privilege. Take a dip or simply relax close to these peaceful waters. At the end of the afternoon, go for a romantic trip on the small rowing boat available for the guests.

2. With a magnificent view over the lake, the swimming pool is the perfect complement for children and grown-ups who feel less comfortable swimming in the deep waters of the lake.

3. On the wonderful green lawn protected by two majestic weeping-willows, right beside the pool, you will find the perfect scenery to read a good book, play with the children or have a picnic with your family.

4.The region of Tomar is very rich and diversified, with excellent places to visit, on foot or by car. At your arrival, Vera will hand you the leaflet “Vá passear!” (Get Outta Here!) with the places which are worth visiting.

Where To Go
 1. Templars' Region 
 2. Tomar 
 3. Constância 
 4. Dornes 
 5. Álvaro 
 6. Gastronomy 

1. Hills covered by hectares of pine-woods, vast lakes spotted by small islands and surrounded by beautiful river beaches and an architectonic heritage of rare beauty is the scenery you will find here, in the very heart of Portugal.

2. Crossed by the Nabão River, this peaceful templar town has an extraordinary historical heritage. The Castle with the Convent of Christ inside, declared World Heritage by the Unesco, are the main points of interest.

3. Short distance from Troviscal, this green, white and beautiful village is worth a walk through its charming streets.

In the banks of the Zêzere River, visit to the medieval villages of (4.) Dornes at Ferreira do Zêzere - Castelo de Bode Dam and (5.) Álvaro in Oleiros - Cabril Dam, which tell a bit of the Portuguese history.

6. “Chico Elias” is a mark of the Portuguese cuisine and an absolute reference in the region. “Remédio d’Alma” offers a cuisine with strong influences from the Azores.

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"The garden grew like a sculpture... Now, no matter the time of the year, there's always a scent in the air."  
Vera Castelbranco
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Vera Castelbranco
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Quinta do Troviscal
Alverangel - Castelo de Bode
2300 São Pedro de Tomar
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