With its granite walls and floors, ceilings, beams and staircases of local chestnut wood, it recreates the typical pazo of the area.
This establishment is ideal for sports and activities in natural surroundings. There is also a splendid swimming pool and a beautiful garden.
The gentle colours and rustic furniture create a welcoming, soothing atmosphere in the comfortable bedrooms.
The food offered in the Parador is a treat for the most adventurous palates. Beef from Galicia, fish, rice with lobster, hake with Albariño wine, exquisite lampreys Tudense style, angulas al ajillo (eels, in season only), and San Ero cake are just a few of the delightful dishes we recommend. Albariños are the stars of the wine list, as the Parador is close to many of the most important producers of this denomination.