Historic Farm – 19th Century
A place that breathes history. The Fazenda União is one of the best preserved casarões from the Brazilian empire period (main house in a farm loosely comparable to a manor house). Dated from 1836, the influence of Portuguese colonization is evident in its architecture. The house was entirely restored in keeping with the splendor of the era of the great coffee farms.
The Tulha, building where the coffee was processed and stored, is part of the original colonial architectural complex and today houses the hotel’s restaurant.
Another building that lends charm to the place is the Church of Sao Jose de Botas. Built in Baroque style and fully restored, it’s a splendid place for weddings ceremonies. The “Stables Hall” houses today a beautiful XIX century carriage and many other curiosities.
The hotel’s leisure facilities are varied and includes unusual hidings places that please all ages, as well as a heated swimming pool, bird watching, horseback riding, fishing and much more. Children can have fun in children’s club and playground.
It is in this legitimate Brazilian colonial complex, a place of history, that you and your family will stay.