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Our favourite of the 7 paradors we visited this August - very luxurious and spacious, genuinely historic feeling, and consistently just a little bit better than all the rest. The bodega right next door is also well worth a visit.
Another lovely room but again issues with the aircon. 24 degrees when we arrived, increased to 25 & back to 24 after 6 hours of the aircon going on. A trip to reception, after a most uncomfortably hot night, & it appears if you want...More
Wow it was amazing. The imposant buikding and the way they rebuild it. Luxuery in every way. Rooms in which you can dance and a breakfastbuffet where you can stay and eat during the whole day wit stops in between in the magnificent library!
Did the tour from the Parador reception - leaves at 10.30 daily - guide so very good - English translations available & she was helpful throughout. Monastery ruins in basement fascinating and rest of building too. Restoration is well done and must have had large...More
We visited this stunning monestry just to have a look around it.it was spotless and well looked after,steeped in history was built on top of some Roman ruins.so we decided to go and have a look,completely free.this was very interesting and was stunned on how...More
Unfortunately we didn't see all of the monasterio as we were visiting the vineyard next door and doing wine tasting. It is a beautiful hotel with breathtaking courtyards, it is the place to stay in Cangas
This is a most elegant,stunningly beautiful and historical ancient monastery converted into a Hotel(parador) and restaurant. It is a jewel full not only of history but also of art,exquisite details and providing a spiritual serenity seldom seen. The restaurant is a most delightful and properly...More