not only sleep
The dining room holds eighty diners and it is here that any breakfasts, lunches and dinners requested by guests will be served. Banquets can also be held, provided they are booked in advance. The room stands out because of its ceiling, in which thick old beams are visible, the old draining board and the bread oven, which has been carefully restored and now forms part of the fireplace. Above this typical Galician hearth you can see the traditional utensils used to bake bread. Amongst the furniture, of special interest is the china cupboard, where the glass and cutlery is kept, and the cupboard used for storing the crockery.
There is a living room above the dining room where the guests can access a small library and collection of films. There is a VHS machine, DVD player and digital TV with satellite connection