We stayed for two weeks in March 2016 and were delighted with the farm and its inhabitants, both two-legged and four-legged. It's a beautiful property as described on the website. We loved being surrounded by the soft sounds of the goat bells and seeing the new born lambs. Our hosts, Phillip and Marguerite are friendly, approachable and available. We also met Maroteira's resident guide and enjoyed an excellent 5km walk in the cork woodlands with him. We found the cabin accommodation good, a little small for two weeks and fairly rustic but clean and all more or less as described. Excellent tourist information had been left in the cabin for us and this was most helpful. Best of all, some wines from the estate left in a basket for us to choose , should we wish. We tried two reds and a rose and like them all. The farm's friendly dogs added to our enjoyment; they were frequent visitors but not a nuisance. We found plenty to do within driving distance of the farm and even ventured twice into Spain, to Merida and Caceres. The nearest attraction, the Convento Sao Paulo, was a revelation and if not for its recommendation by our farm guide we would have missed it. We would not hesitate to recommend this property to anybody - it's a lovely place for a holiday and we left feeling relaxed and refreshed, much more knowledgeable about cork farming and privileged to have had this experience.