From November to March, you can ask for the key at the store in front of the albergue. There is a fireplace for heat during the colder months. The albergue has a kitchen, and both the shop across the streets and it's owners are pilgrim friendly.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
En Camino in November is great, today there were cold driving winds, sleet and hail stones .
The hospitalaria Rocio was so helpful and considerate as I peeled off my wet clothes in front of the wonderful log burner.
An oasis of warmth and calmness on a stormy memorable day.
I didnt stay here but my close walking friends did and I was allowed to use the kitchen and dining area. The hospitalera was so sweet. Nice courtyard with shade and a fountain.