Albergue A Reboleira | Wise Pilgrim Guidebooks for the Camino de Santiago
Contact Info
Phone: 
982 181 271
Email: 
alberguefonfria@yahoo.es
Hospitalero: 
Miguel Angel - Lola - Daniel - Angela
Practical Info
Reservations accepted: 
Yes
Total Beds: 
52
Price: 
9
Months open: 
Mid MAR - OCT
Open: 
7:00
Close: 
22:00
Founded: 
2004

Comfortable lounge area. Has a free space for companion dogs. Dinner is served in the Palozza nearby, it is a typical style of architecture in galicia known for it conical straw roof. A cozy and welcome rest on the mountain.

Stuff

Services
Coffee Vending: 
At bar
Food and Drink: 
At bar
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi and computer
Bike storage: 
Yes
Handicapped Accessible: 
Yes
Camping: 
Yes
Horse stable: 
Yes, 13€
Other accommodation: 
camino de santiago Albergue A Reboleira stamp and sello

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Very clean and comfortable Albergue. Best pilgrim meal I have had on the Camino. Worth the 9euro.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Clean, metal bunks. Meal was a great shared meal. Would stay again

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Large comfortable dormitory rooms. Washers AND dryers available. Stocked with laundry soap. Great common room for socializing, relaxing, TV. Excellent communal dinner in nearby Celtic hut. Don’t let the modest front fool you. Spacious and comfortable.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

The dinner was amazing. Long tables in a Celtic hut building, and great fellowship with other pilgrims. A special experience for sure.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

This is a GREAT albergue! Still super-clean and friendly; the hosts genuinely care about the peregrinos who arrive. Sounds like a few things have changed since previous comments: 1) Women’s bathroom: 3 separate showers and 2 separate toilets; 2) Good central heating [Snow outside, so cold]; 3) Smaller, cozy separate bar and dining areas; 4) All bunks square-metal-framed, sturdy & comfortable; 5) Bunk €9; Dinner €10; Breakfast €4. Things that haven’t changed: 1) Lounge area still amazing with fantastic view; 2) Dinner home-cooked and delicious [Vegetable & Bean Soup; Beef Casserole with mushrooms, vegetables & Rice; Santiago Tart or Yogurt]. So comfortable, decided to take a rest day here... :-)

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

What an awesome surprise. We didn't expect much from a single albergue small village but here is why it's awesome: 1. The double room with bathroom was spacious, clean and had a great view and the dorm although big looked well spaced and clean. 2. Comments about shared area don't do it justice: besides amazing view, the place is super cozy with sofas and bean chairs, board games, foot massager and even a guitar. 3. Pilgrim meal was delicious - served in a great communal hall and with love. 4. Because this place is not the standard stop, we walked all day without having to fight crowds. Highly recommend!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Place is large, so lots of people in one room but comfortable. They have extra blankets if needed (make sure windows are open with so many bodies in there!!) very nice lounge area and nice owners. Delicious pilgrim meal with vegetarian option just around the corner/across the road. Make sure you bring laundry in before going to dinner. We got hit with a rain/hail storm! Only two toilet/shower combos for women which mean you might have to wait for someone to come out but facilities were clean enough and bunks comfortable. They do have an option for double bottom bunk for couples.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

A really nice place with friendly owners :-) good meal, but cold room in march. I really liked it