I originally bought this case for a LAG parlour guitar, but have eventually used it for a LAG 300N. Neither is a classical guitar and yet both fitted very snugly. The one thing I would say is that small guitars like the LAG Parlour with standard tuners that stick out from the headstock may be a tight fit. Guitars with the usual type of tuners found on classical guitars (those at right angles to the headstock) will be fine. This is the case with the LAG 300N.
The case itself is comfortable to carry and whilst I wouldn't recommend it as one that would stand up to heavy-duty touring or transporation in the hold of a coach or the back of a laden van, it is more than adequate for storage and carrying to and from gigs.
The lining is plush and deep and the accessory box is large enough for strings, capos and even a coiled cable. There is an attractively shaped section which snugly holds the heel of a guitar and - very unusually - the case comes with an additional pair of brackets and a strap so that it can be supported as you carry it.