Presently devoted to Rural Tourism. Extensive estate with numerous stone enclosures that must be crossed to reach the pazo. Several adjoining consructions adjacent. Building on two floors, with a rectangular layout and three-sided roof. Of its chimneys, one stands out with a large pyramidal adornment. A sun-dial and a curved gargoyle are notable features adorning the main facade. The gable roof is made with curved tiles. Numerous perimeter walls with monumental gateways, indicating the rural and livestock farming character the pazo used to have.