Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
shabby grandeur of the grounds lack of privacy due to paper thin walls and very noisy plumbing
The most of the rooms doesn't have windwons and the place is very humid.
Everything just perfect, including the manager/owner of the Pazo. The place is beautiful, the surroundings as well. We are sorry to spend only a day there.
Nice envolvent space.
good clean rooms friendly staff
if you planned to stay just one day ibn this hotel - dont! reserve at least for 2-3 days. hotel is beautifull hacienda and surrounding nature in perfect for relaxation
The hotel permises Groud-floor room, window difficult to open
Useful location between Pontrevedra and Ourense,a most attractive house. The gardens are the best facility, complete with picnic tables and an outdoor swimming pool, just right after a hot drive.The house is still a stately house. In really hot weather, our room had only one opening door/window, so rather too hot, even overnight.
the house ( hotel ) was grand. nice setting we only spent one day could have spent longer out of the way, had to go out in the car for a meal at night
The gardens were lovely and the main hotel had character No windows in our stable block accomodation so very 'stuffy' and hot especially at night. Tv had an awful reception, no point having it, it was unwatchable. Thin walls very noisy, I could hear people urinating next door, talking and coughing up phlegm in the morning.
What a wonderful experience in this charming Galacian hotel! The admirable staff does everything in their power to make your stay as awesome as possible. The hotel itself is just magical and in a beautiful relaxing area. The best was their food, if you stay here, eat here! The liquor cake nearly made me cry since it was so wondrous! The calamari was to die for, order anything and it will be splendid! Would go back in a heart beat, Thank you! No mini bar as stated.
This is a sublime place to unwind. Set in wonderful countryside, it is a haven of peace and tranquility. This beautiful restored monastary is a triumph, while the farming life around it appears to be a step back in time. We loved it. A car is essential though. The dinner menu is very small (although very reasonable) so we went to a nearby town to eat on the second night, which was a shame because we would have preferred to stay at the monastery.