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We arrived late and were pleased to be able to have a meal at 22.30. Lovely rural location, clean modern hotel. Difficult to find it, had to ask locals for directions.
An amazing experience in the uttermost roughness of Spain. All staff was very welcoming and responsible. a true lost jewl... ... being lost the problem. If you are not a thermal spa afficionado there are good choices closer than this, specially in chaves. And the minute tv was not working properly. Another complaint is the fact that for BOOKING.com packages there aren't breakfast-included ones.
Location was fantastic....services were excellent, and the feel of history was also great. Not really...thoroughly emjoyed our stay.
The site is impressive and bedrooms of the usual high standard, but allowing for it's Grade 2 status we found this Parador a little gloomy, with the cloisters fully enclosed with glazing. It would have been nice if seating & refreshments were available outside in the summer. Well situated for touring the area. On arrival our reservation could not be found. Not a good start when arriving at 2100 hours. Thankfully they had space and we had taken our full booking.com reference with us. The adjoining chapel was undergoing repairs and the ground beyond the swimming pool area were unkempt.
Whilst the hotel was lovely and its position particularly impressive we were disappointed as we were not able to use the main facility attraction - the pool - as it was raining! The dinner was very disappointing.
Wonderful hilltop location, excellent food; rooms comfortable (we were in the modern extension near the swimming pool). We didn't use the pool but enjoyed the grounds The receptionist seemed a little harassed; the garden beyond the swimming pool was overgrown and neglected (but still had much charm)
Excellent Parador, outstanding location. ---------------------------------------
Lovely hotel, friendly staff, not much to do in the area/town. No outside eating/drinking areas.
The location in an old monastery was excellent We decided to eat in the restaurant of the hotel and did not much like the hurriedness and lack of enthusiasm of the serving staff. The dinner experience was not what it should have been.
Friendly and extremely helpful young proprietors who offered every assistance. Peaceful rural location miles from anywhere. Would have much preferred sheets/blankets to duvets found on beds. Isolation means many miles of twisting potholed mountain roads. Whilst reason for requirement of 24 hours notices is understable, it is not always foreseeable that dinner will be required the following evening.
A warm and friendly welcome, the owners were very helpful and concerned that we would enjoy our stay and were keen to inform us of local sights and activities. The room was comfortable, clean and well-equipped. The food, both breakfast and dinner was excellent and served in a friendly atmosphere. There were communal spaces, carefully arranged to provide privacy but not isolation. I would recommend A Casa Da Eira unreservedly to other guests, the range of languages spoken was a real benefit to us.Thankyou!! Nothing
Hotel was lovely ,owners were fantastic they went out of their way to help us and done a lot more than they had to would definately recommend this hotel None
suzanne and adolfonzo could not have been friendlier . our stay was excellent. a very peaceful place.. only a short walk to an amazing view point of the canyon to the river sill. our evening meal, made especially for us by adolfonso was superb and easily the best we had in our 2 week tour of northen spain..all for 20 euros each including a bottle of wine !! felt like home ...top marks for value!!
The friendly attention advice and guidance of Adolfo and Susanna made our stay rich and very satisfying experience. The dinners we had at the casa were superb - the equivalent of good restaurant quality - and the extensive library of Galician tourism literature and the many comfortable armchairs to settle into and enjoy these were a bonus. The pretty garden was also much appreciated in the glorious sunny weather we enjoyed during our stay. Without a GPS the casa is difficult to find by road. This can easily be rectified by supplying guests with a listing, in succession, of the approximately ten or so villages that a motorist needs to pass through between the turnoff form the N120 to Penalba and Albergueria. Having said this the many friendly and incredibly helpful villagers who we bothered for assistance during the four hours it took us to travel the 34 kms from the N120 to the casa will remain in our minds as a happy encounter, in retrospect. Galicia is a very good place to get hopelessly lost!
susanne and adolfo are the most helpful hosts you could wish to meet ,most of the food is home grownin there organic garden ,Adolfo is an exelent cook, the casa is so so relaxing ,loved it
The Inn was a little difficult to find, but once there a very pleasant place to stay. They have a nice patio and quite attractive gardens although our room had a back-of-hotel view over a neighbourhood of badly maintained houses and sheds. Our room was very acceptable and the dining room was rustically charming with a varied menu. We believe it could offer better signage as at first we thought that the derelict house at the intersection was the property. Thankfully, that wasn't so and we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived at the inn.
Relaxing atmosphere, lovely flower garden, comfortable room, friendly staff even if we didn't speak each other's langauge
Nice comfortable rooms Breakfast. No early breakfast available - well before 09h00!