Pros: Most things were excellent, we had no complaints
Cons: It would have been good to know in advance that you have to cross the square to a bar to get breakfast. Nothing at all wrong with what was provided.
Pros: Very nice hotel in a renovated typically Galician building. Comfortable beds and bathroom. Good quality local products for sale.
Pros: Great Comfy room with coffee and tea facilitiws. Nice showen. Good breakfast at cafetaria Just opposite the hotel. Gluten and lactose free! Really Nice owners who are very welcoming. Great parking and...
Pros: Stayed one night during our road trip on motorbike. Air con! - it was the hottest day and our room was at the top of the building in the attic, we were so glad it had air con. Lovely room, had ...
Pros: Friendly staff, good generous breakfast at cafeteria next door, centre or the village, excellent wine shop at the hotel. All amenities are very new and in excellent condition.
Cons: Attic room might be a bit small for 2 people. Noisy at night and early morning hours if u open the window as its facing main square with bars and shops.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff. Comfort and cleaness are perfect. Beautifuly furnished and styleful decoration. The best relation price/quality you can posibly get.
Pros: Beautiful conversion of old building. Quiet, central (though it is only a small place) with easy parking outside.
Cons: They could do with some extra electric sockets !
Pros: The small village , the castle, the countryside
Cons: Too much light during the evening and the night in the streets!
Pros: Good location for Ribera Sacra. Easy to find. Able to park in the street right outside. Comfortable bed. New and very clean. Very nice coffee for breakfast.
Cons: At around 4am on Sunday morning, a group of people started revving car engines and then found something to use as a drum and played this until past six in the morning. While not the guest house's ...
When visiting Castro Caldelas, Hotel Casa de Caldelas is a great choice to consider. Free perks include breakfast and WiFi. All rooms offer flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, and premium bedding.
Pros: A great find and the building has so much history it was a real surprise. It has its own grounds and you must want the quite life as it is the only pace around. What I would class as the lounge was a ...
Pros: History of the place Quietness Communal areas Host
Pros: beautiful place to stay
Pros: The castle is simply dreamy, big room and great property managers
Pros: An authentic rural retreat with excellent location just in the middle of Ribeira Sacra and great views across the valley of Sil. The family room is very spacious and very good value. There is a lot of...
Cons: Very poor soundproofing, also the vertical one: standing by the reception you can hear flushing toilet in the room above. The facilities in general probably need some face-lifting. There is no own ...
Pros: Delightful refurb of an ancient building with a huge comfortable room and excellent bathroom. Location perfect for Mino and gorges
Cons: Dinners very limited choice and mediocre - one modest oversalted fish between two on both nights and only meat option was pork
Pros: Beautifully restored 500 year old house. Helpful staff but with little English. Close to Canons de Sil, Region Ribiera Sacre , elevated walkway canon de Mao.
Cons: The village is quite remote in an area of narrow winding roads. There are no restaurants in the village but you can order dinner (basic) in advance. Others are 20 minutes or so away. Unfortunately ...
Pros: The food excellent , the bedroom excellent the two people running the Hotel Maria and Xabi are so friendly and helpful and where very good in understanding us talking in English . The view to the ...
Cons: Did not find any fault
Pros: -the building is stunning, full of history and nice details, our room was really big and it had two rocking chairs, everything was spectacular, our window was overlooking a really pretty church -...
Cons: nothing, perfect place. We definitely want to come back
Pros: Beautiful setting, unique experience to stay within a very small Galician town. Very personal service. Super comfortable room. Road to hotel takes carful driving but if your in this region, it is to ...
Cons: Wish breakfast were more varied and heartier.
Casa Grande de Cristosende is a great choice for a stay in A Teixeira. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and all rooms offer fireplaces and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Owner friendly and welcoming. Lovely breakfast.
Pros: This is a very unique hotel. We were made very welcome and the room was fantastic. If you want bog standard, go to travelodge, this is like going back, in time, but with comfort. It was the best stay ...
Cons: Monday night is not a great night in Trives, but Hey, we found a place to eat and all was well.
Pros: The house and the host.
Pros: Good variety of food
Cons: There were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room
Pros: The room I was in looked to be newly remodeled. Everything was in great condition and I was quite comfortable. The owner was helpful and patient with my lack of Spanish.
Cons: The location is a little bit of walk from the town center and supermarket, but not too far. On the other hand it is really easy to find.
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Hostal Fabio offers accommodations in A Rua. The rooms have a flat-screen TV. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Each room includes a private bathroom. Extras include slippers and free toiletries. Ponferrada is 29 miles from Hostal Fabio, and Manzaneda is 8 miles from the property.
Pros: Friendly staff and very good food. Good value for money with spacious bedrooms and bathroom. Faded elegance for public areas but of no use or comfort to most residents.
Cons: Bedroom had no comfort and the bed was too small and soft. Overall a very gloomy hotel
Pros: Food was excellent, facilities are good, staff friendly and helpful.
Cons: Pity we were out of season for the swimming pool.
Pros: Breakfast good. Rooms,building as good as any parador. Lunch and dinner not expensive and best we had on this holiday. Comfortable beds and safe parking for motorbike
Cons: All good
Pros: Is a place where you can relax, very friendly staff, very nice view of the town.
Hotel Monumento Pazo do Castro is a great choice for a stay in O Barco de Valdeorras. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars and free WiFi.
Complejo Hostelero Paladium is a great choice for a stay in Vilamartin de Valdeorras. After visiting the outdoor tennis court for a workout, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a seasonal outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a terrace.