These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
If you don’t get a bed or tent, it may be a bit uncomfortable because you’re basically homeless until about 9pm when they clear the dining area and put down a mattress for you. Tiny fridge and basic cooking facilities. There’s a small market down the street if walking back into town doesn’t appeal to you.
This is a nice albergue with a very friendly hospitalero!
Above info all correct. A bit crowded on the Camino at the moment, got 5-6 single/double tents outside and were all occupied.
The host at this albergue is so friendly and helpfull!