This great Pazo Mondonedo, with 500 m2 built, is the oldest building in the city, after its Cathedral. It was built in 1556 by D. Luis de Luaces y Labrada, Señor de Abadín and Lagoa de Montes de Meda, Regidor de Mondonedo. This noble, whose title dates back to 1293, built the Alameda de los Remedios, in Mondonedo, and celebrated the first Tree Festival that there is news in Spain.
140 m2 per floor, on 4 floors counting the attic. It has a paved patio of about 300 m2. On the upper floor, chestnut woods are still the original ones of the 16th century. The rest of the wood of the floors of the house are also made of chestnut; the beams are made of oak, some being directly a complete tree. The colors and decorations painted on the walls and some ceilings are also the originals of the time in this manor. The Pazo Mondonedo has nine bedrooms, a large living room, office, three bathrooms and a beautiful kitchen. The photos that you see on this web page are just a small sample of the tremendous possibilities of this property.
Ground floor: It has an office and a warehouse.
First floor: We find a huge bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and living room with a large granite fireplace.
Second floor: Here there are four spacious bedrooms and a bathroom.
Attic: It has new oak ceiling and an old eucalyptus floor also renovated, three bedrooms and a large bathroom.
This Pazo Mondonedo is “embraced” by the Camino de Santiago del Norte (The Northern Way). The influx of pilgrims, coming from all corners of the world, is constant during all seasons of the year and, especially in summer. The central location of the pazo a few meters from the Cathedral, the authentic heart of Mondonedo, makes this property an ideal place to transform it into a high class hotel or hostel for pilgrims, for the history of the pazo, the good state of conservation of numerous elements from the time it was built and the fact that most of the furniture is included in the price of the property.