Set in the Duero Valley, this former monastery is now a 40-room hotel and working wine estate. Its vaulted Marqués de la Concordia cellar was built in honour of Christopher Columbus, who once stayed at the hacienda, and where crianza wine is aged in 1,450 oak barrels. The restaurant serves produce from the fertile valley plains; the shop sells cheeses and cured ham from the on-site organic farm.
Hacienda Zorita, Calle Carretera Ledesma, Valverdón, Salamanca, Spain (00 34 902 109 902; haciendas-espana.com). Doubles from €149, B&B.