Step across a small bridge to this peaceful, child-free place. Bordered by two quiet rivers, what was once a medieval mill is now an intimate guest house near the stunning Galician coast. It only has four rooms, meaning Antón can give you all his attention. He and Luz are a friendly, thoughtful couple who want guests to relax and take their time, fitting chromotherapy lighting in one bedroom and making a cosy reading room with water flowing past at eye level. The granite house stood abandoned for decades before they took it on, creating their dream hotel and building their own house next door. They saved details such as the original bread oven and low windows between the former cattle byre and the warm, log-heated sitting room, then furnished it all in a gentle new-old style. Rooms, named after phases of the moon, showcase Antón’s fine carpentry against old stone walls and wooden ceilings, while private corners, running water, and occasional wildlife make the big green garden a space for rest and contemplation. Natural wonders abound: glorious beaches, waterfalls, eucalyptus forests; historic buildings, too.