The main hall is quite enchanting and magical. It is decorated with allegorical pictures of the andrade family and formal furnishings. Its medieval arches, vaulted wooden ceiling and fireplace make guests think that they Really are in the 14th century.
This impressive tower from medieval Galicia, now converted into a hotel, dominates the landscape of this town, centre of the "Terra Chá" area, which originated from this fortress, home of the Andrades, the counts of Vilalba.
The hotel offers cosy, welcoming spaces with a medieval air; in the tower, 6 bedrooms share this medieval style with the Salón de los Andrade, with frescos and coats of arms. In the shadow of the tower, the new stone building is in the style of a pazo, the Galician country house, housing the remaining 42 bedrooms, the restaurant and bar.
Lacón con grelos (ham stew with greens), Raxo pie, beef kebab Don Nuño, roscón de Vilalba (local cake), San Simón cheese. And at Christmas time, the star of the table is a Vilalba capon, roast in the medieval style.