Myself and my friend , stayed here as a little treat one night as we where on the Camino . It is off the “the way” but a taxi over and back to the hotel is included in the price . Rachel was at the front desk and looked after us wonderfully . We also meet the owner who speaks English, he is very knowledgeable about the house, it’s surroundings and really cares that his guests are having a good time and want for nothing. The bedrooms are spacious and beautifully decorated in a country house/ Ralph Lauren style . The beds are really comfortable and the showers powerful, just what you need after all that walking . We had dinner and breakfast at the Manor and it was excellent value for money, and an nice experience in the formal dinner room . Just a word on the decor which is Country Manor nearly stately there is a lot of hunting trophies on the walls that might not be to every-bodies tastes. …
This is a a recently remodeled old hunting lodge. The owners were big game hunters and you have trophies throughout the property from lions to antelope horns. Everything was big and plush and comfortable lots of room to spread out. The rooms did not have A/C but windows could be opened and cooled off nicely. Do not miss opportunity to have dinner there, the food is local and prepared in a sophisticated manner.
This beautifully restored 17thC hunting lodge is luxurious without being stuffy; comfortably elegant, and thoroughly unique. Painstakingly decorated with antiques and hunting trophies, guests feel as if they might in a PG Woodhouse story. The owners and their staff are delightful and eager to please (because the lodge is 4km+ from Arzua, walking pilgrims are offered complimentary transport from/to the Camino). With 13 guest rooms and plenty of cozy corners, guests may curl up with a drink and a book and feel quite at home. A lovely breakfast is included in the rate and a prix fixe dinner is available with prior notice (as is something lighter on advance request). Open just two months, you’d best book early - this place is sure to be a hit with Camino visitors.
This facility is a newly converted hunting lodge with updated bathrooms and large rooms. It is not very close to town, about 4-5 km, but an interesting experience. Breakfast was provided and was good, dinner can be served at your request. The owners went all out to make this an interesting experience. The facility is decorated with a massive amount of hunting/animal remnants so it might not be appropriate for certain people and or young children