Pousada Mosteiro de Guimarães
Time Out says
This small luxury hotel is located in Portugal's cradle, the city where the nation's founder, D. Afonso Henriques, cut the umbilical cord to the kingdom of Leon and promptly went conquering southwards, in a journey of personal and national independence. The Mosteiro de Guimarães Pousada occupies the former monastic home of the Order of Saint Augustine, built in the 12th century by Portugal's first queen, D. Mafalda. The Main Hall is now open for meals, for parties up to 100 people, and two menus are on offer: one with breaded black pork cutlets or cod loins, the other with octopus carpaccio or beef tenderloin steak.