Ratings based on 20 Verified Reviews
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from UK
An experience of perfectionPosted Jul 7, 2017
Pros: Staff, food, accomodation
Location: The Pazo is in the countryside and only 10 min walk off the Camino Sanabres.
When we arrived at the Pazo we were made to feel most welcome. Our room was furnished in a delightful manner with all facilities. We had lunch of salad and pate which was well presented. The owner spoke perfect English and was most obliging, and also gave us a complementary tour of the vineyard and talk on the history of the pazo. We ate in the restaurant at night, the food and the wine (from the vineyard) was delicious, and the cost was very reasonable for the quality we received. The as a most pleasant experience and enjoyable stay.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Gold Coast, Australia
One of the best hotels we've ever stayed in!Posted May 14, 2016
Pros: Fabulous room of enormous size, probably 75 sq m! with continuous Windows on two sides, each around 7.5m long. Manalo is the perfect host.
Cons: A shame no elevator to top (third) floor, but worth it when you get there. Our toilet dripped, but it was far enough away not to be a problem!
Location: Has it's own vineyard and very good white wine (nice red too). The Camino is up the road and a beautiful gardens down the road.
We had only booked one night...a pity we didn't know how spectacular this place and its staff were, or we'd booked for longer. A very homely hotel - more like a B and B, with parking at the door and the largest room we've ever stayed in! Night time meal was the best we'd had on this trip and included breakfast very good when compared to elsewhere we've experienced in Spain. Close enough to Santiago to make multiple trips if necessary.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from suffolk, UK
Delightful, family run hotelPosted Oct 2, 2015
Perfect small hotel in delightful setting. Staff very helpful and attentive.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Bellingham, WA
Beautiful old estate & winery turned guest house.Posted Sep 27, 2015
The owner and staff were impeccably gracious. Our room was spacious and beautiful, superior double with twin beds; one big bed would've been nicer. Food not fabulous, especially after all the memorable meals throughout Spain. What is excellent is the tranquil haven near a bustling tourist attraction.
by karen from Ireland
Amazing experiencePosted Sep 20, 2015 on Hotels
Would highly recommend this property. This was our best stay on the camino. House is amazing as are the grounds and vineyards. Beautiful views. Food and breakfast in particular was outstanding. Homemade bread, cakes etc. owner manolo puts a lot of work and effort into running everything. He also gave us a tour of his vineyards which was very interesting and their wines have won several awards all of which we sampled at dinner!! We loved our stay here and could not recommend it highly enough. It is also extremely reasonable and more like a parador than a hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from balclutha
Excellent property with great family hostsPosted Sep 12, 2015
This was the best place we stayed in Spain An excellent find through trip advisor reviewers and didn't let us down. An excellent family run vineyard with great food in beautiful surroundings combined with a history lesson on wine making in the area and a chance to try it out in the sunny outdoor courtyard. Could have stayed a week. Would highly recommend to anyone
by A verified traveler
Near SantiagoPosted Sep 9, 2015 on Hotels
Your listed address of Galego 6 is not correct. To get there by Google Maps it needs to be Pazo de Galego. Otherwise lovely
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Albarino havenPosted Jun 28, 2015
Pros: See above
Location: Should have stayed another night to see winery
Booking; friendly welcome Room: spacious, clean, great views, quiet Owner: friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, keen to explain many things without being obtrusive Food: good value for money, excellent Albarino wines Location: handy for Santiago de Compostela
by mr jack d from abbotsford
a shining starPosted May 7, 2015 on Hotels
After 5 weeks of travel this was our best stay by far. Facilities are excellent but the shining star is the treatment that is provided by the staff. My wife and I felt like royalty. The food and the wine are also superb.
by A verified traveler
Romance in the mountainsPosted Aug 28, 2014 on Hotels
We stayed here for 1 night b4 we toured Santiago de Compostelos. This is a gem. It is a 15 - 20mins drive but it is worth. Beautiful balcony to wake up too as well as complimentary breakfast! For the price of 75 Euros it was a bargain!