This albergue reopened in March 2008.
Has a small shop.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Very nice auberge. Owners are nice, rooms are fine, bathroom is great and everything is very clean. Nice little garden and common room. 2 restaurants/bars within easy walking distance, the one on the top has a nice pilgrim dinner (€10). Would absolutely stay here again.
Very clean and neat alburgue with excellent directions and organization. Laundry room in the back. Beautiful garden to relax in. I would stay here again. They have a small “shop” to buy vegetables and milk. But they are very strict. Only one day allowed. Cafe at the top of the hill is lovely. Good paella.
Arrived in significant pain with tendonitis and after explaining this I asked if we could possibly stay two nights to rest. The hospitalero replied sharply that I shouldn't have been walking. She then told me I would be fine the next day after a rest. Not supportive. I don't recommend.
Very nice and homely place. The couple who owns it are friendly and makes a good atmosphere. At six a clock beautiful wake up music is played over loudspeakers. the place has a nice little garden to relax in.
Nice place to stay. I always like the multi-level places. A nice dining room on the bottom level with relaxing music playing and candles burning. A sunny courtyard offers a nice place to hang out and relax. Showers were probably the smallest I've seen yet on the Camino and hot water was scarce. Read past comments about a bed bug problem, but if they had them in the past, they appear to have solved the problem now. Overall a good place to stay!
Very nice and all pilgrims seemed very pleased. Owner was helpful an garden area was a relaxing place to rest.