Terms and Conditions

Your reservations are done directly with the Paradores through our online system and your card will be used to pay for the reservation.

Booking :
Your booking is confirmed with the credit card used at the time of reservation as guarantee. You will be charged in US$. You can choose to lock in the exchange rate and the price in US$ at the time of booking or choose to pay 30 days prior to your arrival date at whatever the applicable exchange rate is going to be for EUR-US$.

A PREPAID VOUCHER will be given to you for your reservation once the payment is processed.

Cancellation :
For Cancellations up to 72 hours prior to date of arrival, there are no cancellation fees. Cancellations need to be done online on our site or by calling us. Email / phone cancellations are available only Monday - Friday 9 AM - 6 PM EST. 

For cancellation Less than 3 days prior to date of arrival or a NO SHOW, there is a retention charge equivalent to one night will be charged.
Cancellations need to be received in writing to be processed or can be done online.

REFUNDS :

Any refunds are subject to Administrative fees of 15% on refund amount once the credit card is charged for payment towards a reservation.

 

Want to know more about this parador

The Parador de Verín stands facing the imposing medieval fortress of Monterrei. Thistraditional Galician country house offers beautiful views of the castle and panoramas of the valley and vineyards. At the hotel, you can take a refreshing dip in the pool, stroll through the pleasant gardens and enjoy exquisite Galician cuisine. This is the perfect place to explore the trails along the valley, discover famous springs like Cabreiroa and Sousas, or visit wineries producing vintages with the Monterrei designation of origin.

The Parador is just two kilometers from Verín, the Monterrei district’s main town, located in the province of Ourense, close to the Portuguese border. The Támega River flows through the city. In addition to its springs and Monterrei Castle, it is known for its ancient Carnival celebrations.

If you decide to spend a while exploring the fortress of Monterrei, you will discover three walled areas; a castle, of which all that remains is the keep; Santa María de Gracia, a Gothic-style church; the Palace of the Counts of Monterrei, which houses a small museum of sacred art; and the former pilgrim hospital, which today provides lodging for pilgrims traveling to Santiago de Compostela.

Verín's Carnival festivities have been declared a national tourist attraction. You will be amazed by such entertaining traditions as flour fights, and by others deeply rooted in the local culture, such as El Cigarrón, a key figure in the celebrations who dresses in an exquisitely decorated carved wooden mask with cowbells around his waist, lashing locals and visitors alike with a whip. This festival is truly an experience!

 

GPS Coordinates X : 41.947107 - Y : -7.447186

Means of Transport Airport:180km , Port:180km , Train:35km

The Parador is 2 km from Verín on the Madrid-Benavente-Vigo national highway.

 

Enjoy the Services

  • air conditioning
  • elevator
  • bar
  • safe
  • heating
  • foreign exchange
  • conferences and meetings
  • breakfast
  • handicapped facilities
  • hilo musical
  • garden
  • laundry
  • mini-bar
  • parking
  • playground
  • seasonal swimming pool
  • restaurant
  • hairdryer in guest rooms
  • telephone in guest rooms
  • TV in guest rooms
  • wi-fi
  • children's play area

 

Verín is a lovely town in the southeast part of the province of Ourense, on the banks of the Támega River. In addition to the medieval fortress of Monterrei (opposite the Parador), other areas of interest include La Merced Square, the spring at Cabreiroá, San Lázaro Chapel, Viriato Square, the avenue along the Támega River, La Alameda Gardens, El Rey Square and the Main Square, among others.

The town was originally a Roman villa. During the medieval period, Verín lost its dominance and Monterrey became the focal point of the territory, with life in the district revolving around its counts and lords. It was a peaceful farming town in the Middle Ages, although often caught up in the military conflicts of the successive rulers of Monterrey, as well as border disputes between Spain and Portugal.

  • Bicycling
  • Horseback riding
  • Excursions to nature reserves
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • River beach
  • Horseback trail rides
  • Ecology tours
  • Hiking (unguided)
  • City tours
  • Winery tours

 

You can find this parador featured in the following popular routes:

ROUTE OF GALICIANS WINE - 7 nights
This is a guided tour taking in famous Galician wines. Tour the area which has given rise to the major Denominations of Origin of Monterrei, Rias Baixas and Valeorras, amongst others.