Cons: It's a little hard to find this place and to get there by car. The breakfast with quite a lot of homemade good was already really good, however, some non-sweet food like cheese could still improve...
Pros: Everything about Casa Pineiro was excellent. The owners made us feel right at home, the breakfast was excellent, and the property is beautiful.
Pros: Fantastic place and wonderful people. Very clean room and good breakfast. Highly recommended!
Pros: Luxury accomodation in a quiet rural setting. The hosts were fantastic and couldn't have done more to try to make you feel at home. Homemade breakfast with fresh baking was and added bonus...
Pros: Everything! Wonderful family, gentle, kind and generous. The house is beautifully renovated, and the view is superb.
Cons: Impossible to find something you don't like.
Casa Piñeiro is a great choice for a stay in Monfero. Guests can keep active with onsite rowing/canoeing, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 9 AM and 10:30 AM. A terrace and a garden are offered, and rooms get the details right with bathrobes and slippers.
Pros: The rooms and surroundings were first class. The helpful staff, and range and quality of food at the restaurant was amazing. The Spa was modern, and offered a full and extensive range of options
Cons: No complaints
Cons: Spa facilities were not open - our only reason for going there!
Pros: The spa is great.
Cons: Entrecote was not good quality
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Hotel Spa Attica 21 Villalba. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with hot stone massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer balconies and LCD TVs.
Cons: Perhaps it seemed a trifle 'stuffy' in the public areas
Pros: Arrived on a Sunday for 1 night as a stopover before staying in Santiago de Compostela. As it was a Sunday the town was closed so enjoyed just kicking back and relaxing in our room. Breakfast was ...
Pros: A typical parador part of which was in a medieval tower. The dinner I had in the tower was well prepared and they quickly provided me with gluten free bread without me preordering it. The room was...
Pros: We liked the covered walk way to the dinning room in the base of the tower which was wonderful on one occasion during our three night stay. We used the underground parking (at extra cost) and were ...
Cons: On arrival in the town the signage to the Parador was poor. After we had eventually located the Parador we realised that the roadway which we had initially turned down had been correct but we had been...
Pros: Lccation good
Pros: We stayed in the tower. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was clean and spacious. It is very dark, because it is a tower and there is only one narrow window, so, good for sleeping in. Staff ...
Cons: There was a mechanical humming noise, loud enough to wake us up. Staff said they would attend to it.
Pros: The receptionist staff were all very helpful.
Cons: The evening meal served in the lower tower, Bar area, was tasteless and bland. The poorest presentation of all the Paradors we stayed at this holiday. Unfortunately, we couldn't find anywhere ...
Pros: Nice hotel, very friendly staff.
Cons: Everything fine.
Pros: Wonderful big room with large beds (my husband is over 2 meters and beds in Spain are usually narrow). Quiet eventhough it is in the center of the town. Perfect for El Camino. The person at reception...
Parador De Vilalba is a great choice for a stay in Villalba. The restaurant is a perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the sauna for a relaxing end to the day. A fitness center and a garden are other highlights at this upscale hotel, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and refrigerators.
Pros: Room very comfortable, bathtub great for relaxing. Restaurant was convenient for breakfast (not included but a reasonable 2.5 euros). Great value for the price.
Cons: Nothing I didn't like about the place.
Pros: Excellent location in centre of town and directly on Camino del Norte. Comfortable clean room good value.
Cons: Limited breakfast buffet.
Pros: We were walking the Camino Norte and this accommodation certainly ticked all of the boxes as far as we were concerned. It is good value bedroom accommodation with a simple breakfast available. ...
Pros: Great location right on the main city access. Didn't realize there was more to Vilalba as it looked like it has a lovely old section we missed completely due to our short time there.
Pros: Friendly, welcoming,excellent wifi in our room. Very clean and quiet.
Cons: El desayuno y la cena un desastre. La habitacion y el balneario viejo. Calidad precioun timo. Estuve hace tres años y el hotel estaba muy bien. El circuito termal no entra en el balneario.....si quieres sauna tienes que pagar aparte .
Hotel Balneario de Guitiriz features a golf course and a free kids' club. You can indulge in massages, body treatments, or hydrotherapy, and grab a bite to eat at Das Buyas, which serves local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's an indoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars and room service.
Cons: Food not as good as it could be. Not much choice for breakfast
Pros: Very friendly and cheerful service from Maria and her colleague. Good food in the evening and spotlessly clean bar. Would stay there again.
Pros: Bed was comfortable. Water in shower was reaaally hot.
Cons: Smelled bad and musty. Grundgy, everything felt like there was a layer of grime, and there were huge spiders in all corners of the room. It was nice to sleep alone as a pilgrim on the Camino del ...
Pros: Staff really welcoming. Off street parking a plus.
Cons: Room was quite dark, looks like work in progress.
Pros: This is not a hotel! It is home away from home! Angela and Jose go above and beyond to make you feel home. Thank you!!
Pros: Location was good for me: practically on the Camino del Norte. The tourist info was the same as next door and a supermercado almost around the corner.
Pros: A large beautiful house with a lovely garden. The old furniture is perfect for the house and creates a feeling of warmth and history. The pool is small but perfect if you have younger children as ...
Cons: Not really a complaint about the house but it does take a long time to get anywhere as Spain is so large. I would go for as long as possible to make the most of the area.