Uruguayan Countryside, Uruguay
At a Glance
With mirrored glass walls, each of the Shelters reflect the spectacular surrounding landscape.
Indulge in a traditional Uruguayan asado and enjoy roast lamb and wild boar,both cooked to perfection.
Start the day right with a horseback ride through the rolling hills of Maldonado.
Each of the spacious Shelters feature a private outdoor terrace, plunge pool, separate living area and a kitchentte
Pour a glass of Tannat wine as you relax on the private terrace of your Shelter
Best time to Visit
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Average time to visit
October to April is the ideal time to visit weather wise. The very popular peak summer season from Christmas to mid-February gets booked up well in advance so best to plan early.
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Located at the Sierra de Carapé in Maldonado, Sacromonte boasts four uniquely designed casitas, also known as Shelters, as part of an exclusive boutique retreat. With an onsite vineyard, the hotel is a spectacular contemporary retreat for wine aficionados.
Sacromonte is a spectacular boutique property, nestled in the hills of the Sierra de Carapé in Maldonado. Made up of four uniquely designed casitas, which are also referred to as Shelters, guests at Sacromonte can embrace privacy and tranquillity amongst a striking landscape.
Each of the four Shelters are artfully camouflaged into the surrounding landscape, outfitted with mirrored glass walls so to reflect the vineyard, meadow or lake. Although located in different parts of the 250 acre property, all of the casitas boast a private outdoor terrace and garden, a private plunge pool, a master bedroom with separate living area, complete with a crackling wood stove, and a kitchenette. There is also a charming reading nook, which offers enough space to fit two children; and guests are also provided with an off-road electric buggy for full time use during the stay.
With an onsite vineyard, guests can expect to enjoy high-end wines, accompanied by lovingly prepared Uruguayan dishes. With a farm-to-fork concept, produce at Sacromonte is as fresh as it gets.
Whilst relaxation is easily achievable, the property also boasts a plethora of unique activities to take part in, from guided tours at the onsite vineyard, horseback riding through the rolling hills, or indulging in traditional asados where wild boar and roast lamb are cooked to perfection in the local Uruguayan way.
Another fundamental block of Sacromonte is the importance that the property places on environmental and social sustainability. Eco-friendly agricultural processes are practised, two organic gardens are cared for, and eco-friendly construction methods are utilised in the shelters. Please note that wifi is not available on the property due to its remote location.
Sacromonte is made up of four uniquely designed, contemporary casitas, also termed as Shelters. Imaginitvely constructed with mirrored glass walls, each of the casitas reflect the spectacular surrounding lanscapes, whether thats the vineyard, meadow or lake. The Shelters are dotted across th 250 acre property and each boast a private plunge pool, outdoor terrace and garden, a master bedroom with separate living room, and a kitchenette. A small reading nook offers enough space to fit two children; and guests are also provided with an off-road electric buggy for full time use during the stay.
Children are welcome at Sacromonte, however there are no specific facilities in place.
All guests have access to a personal electric golf cart to use during each stay.
Whilst relaxation is very much on the cards at Sacromonte, there are also plenty of experiences to get involved in from walking trails to horseback rides in the hillside; and vineyard tours to foraging.
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Uruguayan Countryside, Uruguay
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