Casa do Corral is located in Imo, a place in Dodro, and it dates back to the early 18th century. Recently restored, it combines old chestnut furniture, typical of Galicia, with a renewed modern kitchen where there is a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, an oven, a refrigerator, etc.
It consists of two bedrooms, a 20 square metres main room and a smaller one totally furnished with a wardrobe, a bed, a cupboard and old chestnut bedside tables over a hundred years old. The smaller bedroom has 12 square metres and it has got wooden ceilings, floors and walls and it is equipped with a double bed.
The fully restored house was devoted to farming and it is located near the famous “Brañas of Laíño”, sung by Rosalia de Castro in her “Cantares Gallegos”.