Parador Hotel Ribadeo
The Parador Ribadeo is at the mouth of the Eo river. It is a marine and tourist
enclave on the border of the Asturian coast.
Its magnificent position enable guests to enjoy views of the Galician countryside, the Eo estuary and the small Asturian villages.
A marine influence is in the decor in the common areas. The bedrooms are welcoming and comfortable, some with splendid panoramic views.
The Ribadeo Parador restaurant is noted for the dishes of Galiza but on the menu there are also international and vegetarian dishes. There is a separate menu for those on a gluten free diet.
In the restaurant taste the typical cuisine of Galicia. Some of the best dishes are ”empanada” (stuffed pie), ”lacon” (salted shoulder
of pork), or the Galician bouillons. Being a coastal area, do enjoy the seafood for which this region is famous.
In Ribadeo, see the fort San Damian and the Dos Santos bridge. Also worth visiting is the Santa Maria Chapel in Castropol (15 km.) , the Pardo Palace, and the folk museum of Teixois (29 km.).
The ”Xira a Santa Cruz” is a typical Galician ”romeria” (pilgrimage) which takes place on the first Sunday in August at Monte Santa Cruz. The main festivals in Ribadeo is held on September 8th.
The Parador of Ribadeo has thirty seven twin bedded rooms, four double bedded rooms, two suites, two duplex rooms and one easy access room.
In the rooms there is a telephone, television, TV canal plus, safe, mini bar and air conditioning.
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C/ Amador Fernandez, 7
27700 Ribadeo, Lugo
Latitude: 43° 32' 0.24" N (43.53358491797809)
Longitude: 7° 2' 24.9066" W (-7.03948974609375)
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|Comment posted by Paul and Mary Hember|
|Everything at the Ribnadeo was to our liking and we had a very friendly welcome, a spacious and well-equipped room with everythign we needed except the ability to make a cup of coffee in the room. I just need hot water for a lemon tea and although I expect this could be obtained by room service I missed this facility. The breakfasts were excellent with every choice you could imagine and laos the dinner menu was pleasing with a good choice. The reception were also exceptionally helpful in introducing us to the five-night deal done by the Paradors which we took advantage of and stayed in three other excellent estblishments during our time inSpain.|
|Comment posted by John Wion|
|Our room was a lovely big suite. Nice and quiet. Within walking distance of the town. Beautiful restaurant and great views from there and the outside. Would return.|
|Comment posted by Pam and Jim Earnshaw|
|We stayed in the Parador 16 May and we were not disaapointed. Wonderful room with glazed balcony so even though there was a very cold it was wonderful to sit out and appreciate the view. We thought the bathroom was a little cold, but everything else was faultless|
|Comment posted by Tiago Branco|
|Very pleasent. Car parking for free, is commodity all Paradores should have, where possible.|
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Large manor house of Galicia converted into an Parador hotel with views over the Ribadeo estuary.