Pazo De Adrán, Teo
Pazo De Adrán, Teo
Pazo De Adrán, Teo

Pazo De Adrán, Teo

Pazo de Adrán is a large 18th century manor house made of stone, surrounded by a series of annexes, barely ten minutes from Santiago.

The hotel is a carefully restored “pazo” (ancestral home) dating back to 1786, that stands in 10,000m² of grounds. The various buildings are set in 4,000 m² of landscaped gardens with paths and rest areas guaranteeing a peaceful and enjoyable stay. The grounds are also scattered with pergolas and are located on various levels, setting off the numerous water features to perfection.


Pazo de Adrán is located on the road between Santiago and Pontevedra, just five minutes outside the city of Santiago de Compostela. Its excellent location, just a short distance from the city centre yet offering all the peace and quiet of the countryside, is undoubtedly an added attraction.

Pazo de Adrán lies in the parish of San Xoan Calo, in the north-west of the borough of Teo, bordering on Padrón, Ames and Santiago. The house stands just off the N-550 road between Coruña-Tui and a junction with A-9 motorway is just a short distance away in the neighbouring village of Milladoiro.



One of its finest features is unquestionably the exceptionally beautiful natural setting which forms the backdrop to the manor house and its spacious landscaped grounds featuring wooded areas, gardens, a traditional Galician granary, fountains and a dovecot which is now used as a wine cellar. The grounds include paths and outdoor dining areas making it the perfect spot for rest and relaxation.

The Pazo de Adrán offers a wide range of services and is equipped with excellent modern leisure and catering facilities, including a restaurant, coffee shop, bar, meeting rooms, swimming pool and terrace areas.

The hotel has an impeccably decorated dining/events room that can hold up to 400 people, ideal for weddings, banquets and receptions.

7 rooms inside the main manor house: 6 doubles and 1 single, plus a further 4 duplex rooms located in the annex, formerly used as the tack rooms.