The House

Pro Pantea is a family house where generations of peasants were born and whose stone walls were built by the grandfather “canteiro” of the current owners. Just 5 minutes from the capital of Ribeira Sacra (Monforte), it’s a privileged enclave because it’s very close to the landscape of La Ribeira, the Sil, the Miño and the Romanesque route.


    Dreamlike kitchen.

    Fully wooden, made by carpenters from the area. Spacious and equipped with everything a family needs, not only to prepare meals but also for long afternoons next to the wood stove. Decorated with a traditional touch -like curtains vichy- is a very comfortable place. Extendable table for 8 people.


    • Spacious, fully equipped.
    • Furniture, dinning table, 8 chairs.
    • Equipment: sink, oven, induction kitchen, wood stove, microwave oven, dishwasher, everything necessary for cooking, cutlery, crockery


    Honey-colored Swimming Poll.

    10 meter pool with waterfall -ideal for vertebral contracture- surrounded by a stone wall that closes the space and separates it from green meadow in which it is located, right behind the house. Its honey-colored mosaic produces light green water.

    There is an area next to the pool with a shower, dressing room and bathroom. There are comfortable hammocks with their towels


    Room 1 suite

    Room 1 Suite.

    Spacious bedroom suite with a large wardrobe. 1,50m bed with a quality mattress, quilt, wrought solid iron headboard and an early century restored table. From the large window, with mosquito net, you can observe the meadow, forest and the pool area.


    • Number of people: 2
    • Spacious -Bed: 1,50x2m
    • Large wardrobe.
    • Other furniture: bedside tables with individual lamps.
    • Bathroom with window to the outside, full of light, with all amenities and nicely decorated.

    Room 2

    Room 2.

    Spacious and bright room, with a large wardrobe. Window with mosquito net, 1,35m bed with wrought iron head, quality mattress, old restored bedtable and individual light on each side. It has views to the meadow.


    • Number of people: 2
    • Spacious
    • Bed: 1,35x 2m
    • Large wardrobe
    • Bedside tables with individual lamps.

    Room 3

    Room 3.

    Very spacious bedroom, ideal for young people, teenagers or children. Spacious and very comfortable bunk beds  -also apt for adults- in a wooden design that provides privacy for every bed and anindividual light for reading.

    Also equipped with a wardrobe. The large window overlooks the meadow and pool area.


    • Number of people: 4
    • Ample space
    • Bed: 2 bunk beds, (4 beds of 2mx90cm)
    • Large wardrobe
    • Individual reading light on each bed


    Full bathroom with big shower plate, sliding glass screen, cabinet with drawers, sink, hangers and fluffy towels.


    Immediate environment

    As it is placed on top of a hill, the whole valley of Lemos can be seen from the House.

    The enviroment is genuinely rural: people live and work in the field of La Penela, village where the house is located. For travelers with gastronomic, environmental, cultural and wine spirit.

    There are alternatives for every traveler.


    • 6 hectare property in Pacios de Arriba (La Penela) with all kind of fruit trees: cherry trees, fig trees, apple trees, quince trees, chestnut trees, pear trees…
    • Galician forest inside the property
    • Traditional bakery (with wooden ovens) known in the area, just 3 minutes walk. Choice of fresh bread every morning, custom pies of all kinds (try traditional Dzempanada), and other baked goods.

    Outdoor yard

    Outdoor yard.

    The house is surrounded by a wonderful stone yard with an authentic wood oven -once used by many families in the village – and a large table with benches for outside meals. Located in the midst of a green meadow, cool in summer and warm in winter.


    Stone oven & laundry

    The stone oven, authentic and prepared to fulfill its role if there are deft hands.

    Its reputation for “doing good bread and good pies” caused their socialization. It was a meeting place for much of the village population who was going to bake their bread to  the “Pro’s oven”, nickname of the founder of the House and builder of the oven.


    Resticted access to customers who stay at least for one week at the House. Washer and dryer. Clothes line.