Spain Getaways: Best Boutique Hotels In Galicia Part I

Are you visiting Galicia but want to have a more in-depth experience away from the typical tourist spots? Then let’s take a look at some of the best boutique hotels in Galicia.

Quinta de San Amaro, Pontevedra

A country villa built 11 years ago by Nacho Crespo and Julio Ouviña in order to offer guests the opportunity to experience what life is like in rural Galicia. What makes this boutique hotel stand out is that guests don’t feel confined in their own rooms but can enjoy the whole villa with its garden, the swimming pool, the hammocks hanging in the shadow, the porch and some quiet spots to relax and enjoy a good book and a glass of wine. The restaurant offers typical Galician cuisine with top local ingredients that arrive daily at the house. (114-175)

Gran Talaso Hotel and Spa,

The hotel features rooms with views out to the bay of San Xenxo in Pontevedra and access to the beach through a beautiful pine tree forest. The Spa facilities offer all type of treatments: sauna, whirl pool, marine baths, hydrotherapy massages, you name it! The restaurant offers traditional Galician cuisine with the best products and privileged sea views. (50-180, depending on room views and use of spa)

Casa Rosalia, Santiago de Compostela

This charming hotel is only 10 kms from Santiago de Compostela and it was one of the first rural hotels to open in Galicia back in the 90s. The building is a 250 year old farmhouse that has been remodeled but still keeps its original features. Its welcoming and quiet atmosphere makes it an excellent choice for those who want to stay away from all the action. The restaurant has three separate spaces for quiet dinners by the fireplace, a larger room for families and groups or a romantic experience in the garden. (60-80)

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