Positioned within the Ribiera Sacra region and by the Sil and Miño Rivers, this monastery features a fabulous spa and a beautiful central courtyard. Try the regional cuisine in the fine dining room and rest yourself in the gardens.
Former Monastery Hotel
The monastery's origins are believed to date back to the 6th and 7th centuries. It is easy to distinguish elements of the baroque and romanesque styles and the building has three incredible cloisters: one Romanesque, one Gothic and the third Renaissance, where you can spend a peaceful evening in a subdued atmosphere with the soft sounds of religious music as an accompaniment. Its beauty and historical features led the building to be declared a historic-artistic site in 1923
Admire the hotel's historic features such as carved window frames, stone archways and the monastery's 3 original Romanesque, Baroque and Renaissance cloisters.
Hotel with Spa
Combine a modern approach with a Medieval setting to the absolute relaxation with a visit to the Santo Estevo's amazing spa, which offers a wide range of treatments, thermal circuits, and massages.
Initially built as a fortified castle some time between the 11th and the 13th centuries, the castle changed hands and was rebuilt, but all that remains of the original building today is just a tower, which has been turned into a historic hotel.