Try A Night In Coruna At The Pazo de Sedor

The standard of accommodation in the area is extremely high as you would expect from Galicia and Northern Spain. Hotels are categorized and awarded stars by the regional tourist authorities.

If it is luxury that you are after then the best advice should be to head straight for the exclusive hotels and “Paradors” but to be honest even the basic family “casas rurales” are extremely good value for money.

In this article we are going to take a look at the Pazo de Sedor.

The Pazo can be found at Pazo de Sedor – Castañeda – 15.819 Arzúa – LA CORUÑA

As of the time of the writing of this article the contact telephone number for The Pazo is +34 981 501 600 and the fax number is +34 981 501 700.

At the time of the writing of this article, the manager to contact for information would be Mª Jesús – Joaquín and The Pazo has the following number of rooms: 6.

The region of Arzua is famous for its cheeses that give rise to the well known mark of origin Arzua-Ulloa. That’s why it’s very easy to find small cheese factories with craftsmen working as they did hundreds of years ago, using milk from their own cows. Thanks to the French way that crosses these lands in its last stage on the way to Santiago, one is struck by the outgoing friendly character of its people and of their artistic tendencies.

Like all Pazos, there is a fair amount of history surrounding the building and in this case it is the following. Pazo de Sedor is a 17th Century building, founded by Francisco Gonzalez do Vilar, a Fonseca resident, a lawyer of the Royal Magistrates Court of the Kingdom of Galicia and a war prosecutor of the time. It is situated only 20 minutes from Santiago, in a region well known for its rural landscapes and agricultural production. The first feature to catch the eye of the guest on the main façade is the balcony that runs from one side to the other and its great baroque chimney that crowns the roof. Other notable characteristics are the originality of the main staircase and another smaller one that is “entre muros”.

With regards to the actual facilities that the Pazo has to offer they are as follows: 6 double bedrooms, Ensuite bathrooms, telephone.

All usual mealtimes are observed at this Pazo and they are, Breakfast and Supper.

As well as the individual room facilities, this Pazo has the following shared amenities and facilities: Conference room, Living room, Lounge with traditional fireplace, Lunch facilities for guests.

Outside you can find the following amenities for guests: Swimming pool, Paddle tennis court, Gardens, Vegetable garden.

The immediate geographic location for this Pazo is as follows: The interior of the house invites the guest to take part in long relaxing conversations, or to read quietly in the lounge beside the great fireplace. Outside you can play paddle tennis or go for a bicycle ride, visit the garden and the vegetable plot or learn and have fun playing popular games.

With regards to the scenic location for the Pazo, it is extremely well located. In season, mushrooms abound in the area and we organize trips to pick them. Fishing and hunting can also be widely practised locally. Walking routes leave from the Pazo and lead the visitor not only through the most magnificent scenery in direct contact with nature, but also along one of the stages of the Santiago Pilgrims’ route that pass through the area..

If the above are not enough for either you or your family then you will find within close proximity the following facilities; Bicycles, Mushroom gathering, Fishing, Hunting, Walking trails, Paddle tennis and various routes along the Santiago Pilgrims’ way..