Casa Pacios is a romantic and isolated 15th century country house surrounded, as it is, by chestnut and oak woods at the foot of a valley. It is also close by to the “French Route” on the way to Santiago.
The layout of the house is interesting, with an inner courtyard surrounded by buildings that in a previous life were connected to agricultural activities, but which now have been rehabilitated as apartments or rooms. The hayloft, for example, is now a 90 square metre living room and the dining room was previously the kitchen, and which still conserves the oven that baked the bread.
Other rooms have a wooden corridor going out onto the principal front, which is characterised by an austerity and small windows typical of the mountain areas.
Chic and Cheap
Credit cards NOT accepted
Transport / Distances
City Centre: 2
Train Station: 0
Date of stay 12/09/2016
When I arrived at Casa Pacios on my bike, I was a bit taken aback as its location was out of the centre of Triacastela, and I was worried that my wife, who was walking the Camino, would be upset by the extra walk. I was shown our apartment with a dining room and two bedrooms, each with a double bed. Casa Pacios began to grow on me. I cycled back to Triacastela and found my wife, and took her to the Esther restaurant that advertised free lifts to Casa Pacios. We were made to feel very welcome, with my wife being transported to Casa Pacios as soon as she asked for a lift. In the evening we joined another couple and given free transport to and from the Esther restaurant - we had one of our best evenings in the restaurant. The following day my wife was transported back to Triacastella straight after breakfast. I would highly recommend this secret hotel.
Date of stay 25/08/2016
This is a hidden gem just off of the Camino.
We booked in advance and were collected from the sister restaurant in Triacastella.
The rooms are lovely and full of character - just our kind of thing. WiFi is free and easy to access - indeed I am submitting this review using it right now!
The travel to and from Triacastella is free and on demand. After freshening up.this evening we were whisked back into town for a lovely meal at Restaurante Esther and ferried back afterwards.
This place is in a beautiful country setting so very quiet and peaceful - offering just the kind of quiet night you need after a long hard day of walking.
100% recommended and would happily stay here again.
Date of stay 29/06/2016
Estuvimos alojadas una noche como
Peregrinas ya que parabamos en Triacastela. Y que decir... Increible. Después del largo camino nos recogieron y nos llevaron en coche al paraiso. No esta en el mismo pueblo si no un poquito más arriba lo que pierde la casa en el monte y te da esa paz y ese descanso que necesitas. Con piscina y salon. Todo limpito y la dueña super agradable. Nos subieron la cena ya que nos dolia tanto todo que no teniamos ni animo de bajar (nos bajaban ellos tb si queriamos y nos volvian a subir, un lujo!!) Y el desayuno en ese salon todo de madera como de la edad media increible. Zumo bizcocho casero cereales fruta... Volveremos sin duda pero a pasar mas de un solo día y disfrutar de la naturaleza que ofrece esta casa. Recomendable sin dudar!!!
Date of stay 22/05/2016
I loved this rural house. Wonderful room. Great service in getting picked up. The owner also made sure I had a delicious dinner. This is a great place to stay near Tricastela.
What a great place
Date of stay 25/09/2014
What a great place to stay a charming old building with great people looking after us. We were driven to Triacastela for dinner in restaurant Esther which was delicious brought back and brought back again the next morning to our start point on the camino . The breakfast was served to everyone the next morning in the main room which was delicious lots of hot coffee toast tea and cheese etc. Great place and Great people made our stay one of the best in Spain.