Guests should sample the conical shaped, amber coloured cheese of San Simon which is a product of the village of Villalba. All of them have preserved their medieval ambience. The six rooms are replete with wood details, wrought iron lamps and castilian furniture, this 6 rooms are located in the tower the other remaining rooms are located in the shadow if the tower in new building wrought in stone in the style of a typical Galician palace. In this rather unique hotel one can enjoy the typical cuisine of galicia such as 'lacon con grelos' (salted pork with turnip tops), and 'la empanada'(a typical pie filled with either meat or fish). 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.
The hotel stands in the centre of the village, overlooking countryside that is rich and unspoilt. The Parador rises up the old quarter of Villalba, bnest to Santa Susana church.
Additional services not included in the price.