After a well spent day or before a night spent well, retreat to the garden to delight in a candle-lit supper.
By the Tagus River, in the centre of Lisbon and receiving guests for over one hundred years, the York House resulted from the adaptation of the early 17th century Marianos Convent.
The style adopted, the tapestries, marbles and polished wooden floor, convey respect for the convent’s history, whilst creating an inviting atmosphere of charm and well-being.
A small patio replete with trees, flowers and plants is located at the centre of the building, and proves to be an ideal refuge to rest, relax and enjoy an evening drink.
The rooms, set around the patio, combine design with touches of elegance, in harmony with the style of the building, some of which offer a magnificent view of the river and the roof tops of the city.
Close-by there’s an abundance of monuments and museums to visit during the day, such as the Ancient Art museum, as well as plenty of restaurants, bars and discos to guarantee amusement throughout the night.
Over the years celebrities have been unable to resist the romantic appeal of the York House. Upon visiting Lisbon, allow yourself to witness the same charm that enticed John Le Carré, Marcello Mastroianni and Marguerite Duras.