After the success of their wooden cabins in Comporta, Joao and Andreia Rodrigues turned their attention to an old family farm set among 400 hectares of wildflower fields, lakes and cork groves near the hill top village of Montemor-o-Novo in Alentejo, an unspoiled part of Portugal. The house, which is named Casa No Tempo, has been in the family for years and it was their granddad’s wish for them to look after it until the next generation. With his vision in mind, they aimed higher by connecting the past with the future. The extensive renovation was carried out by a good friend, architect Manuel Aires Mateus. The owner’s main concern was to have the house open to vastness of the property and welcome nature’s gift through the large windows of every room. The house, which can be rented, has four suites which are all spacious with a mixture of modern bedding and local wooden furniture. You can find more information about this stunning property more information here.