Once we found Pazo Cibran ( the sat nav took use out 8km a south so beware) we decided to go into Santiago. Because of the trouble finding our way there, Alicia took out her car and we followed her into the city, she took us straight to car park. With such a good start the two days we spent with Maica. Alicia and Dena? got better and better. We were a group of 6 ! all over 60 who had been travelling for over a week. What a great place to unwind, we could have stayed much longer had we known how beautiful it was. I reiterate all that has been previously said about the breakfast and evening meal, we had a lovely Galician evening meal fo 15€ each with great local wines at a fraction of restaurant prices. If you are travelling this area try Pazo Cibran, we stayed in 3 wonderful Paradors on our trip but Pazo Cibran and its people stole our hearts.
- Also Known As:
- Pazo Cibran Santiago De Compostela
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pazo Cibrán is a cozy 18th century ancestral home in Santiago de Compostela area, which is surrounded by 15000 sqm of gardens with ancient trees.We have 6 double-rooms, 1 suite and 2 family bedrooms. We have a spacious original 18th century lounge, which combines different ambiences where you can relax reading some our library's books, playing our acoustic piano, having a cup of tea or a drink, or just gathering and having a chat with any of the people around.We do home-made breakfasts with local food, we personalize touristic routes allowing you to get to know Galicia well depending on the weather, time of the year, traveler's wishes… ... more less
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