The house dates from 1637 and was linked for years to the Monastery of San Rosendo, in Celanova, being the place of collection of tributes for the same. This is the reason why it is known as "A casa da Tulla". At the entrance to the second floor you can see the channel excavated in the stone by which the grain was loaded to take it to the Monastery and throughout the house there are the wooden containers used as a measure (escás, ferrados, ...)
The rehabilitation project was carried out in 2008, by the Dousdé Arquitectura studio, preserving at all times the characteristics of traditional architecture. It has four double rooms, one of them adapted for the disabled and also has a wood stove and a nice living room with fireplace that gives the room a very cozy atmosphere.
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