Surrounded by over 400 ha (1,000 acres) of gently rolling terrain the origins of this beautifully preserved hotel dates back to the year 1754. Over the years the hotel has been modernized and comprises today 15 guest rooms each with its own bathroom and the owner’s accommodation with another 5 bedrooms and baths. There is a total built area of approximately 1,700 m2 (19,000 sq f) including the rustic reception room, the cozy restaurant and several other rooms including a small conference room.
The central patio is full of flowers and the dense foliage of the creepers provide welcome shade in the hot summer months.
On the grounds are a total of 8 cottages with varying numbers of bedrooms, a chapel and an equestrian centre with 8 horse boxes, a barn for horse feed and machinery and a sand riding area.
Within the ample terraces include a 10 x 9 metre pool.
There is warm/cold air conditioning throughout in the hotel and in the lounge and some other rooms are the original log burning fire places.
Besides the hotel the farm is an ongoing agricultural business with 150 ha ( 375 acres) being used for growing cereals and sunflower, another 20 ha (50 acres) are olives, most of them over 100 years old and the remaining land is reserved for pastures and forest. The typical annual harvest produces 200,000 kgs of wheat, 100,000 kgs of sunflower seeds and between 20,000 and 50,000 kgs of olives. The farm receives a EU subsidy amounting to € 50,000 € 60,000 p.a. and if the hunt for rabbit, hare, partridge and pigeons is rented this will produce another income of € 35,000 p.a.
The property is offered for sale with 400 ha of land for € 12,000,00, with 100 ha of land for 9,000,000 and with 6 ha for € 6,000,000.
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