→ 5.90 → As Paredes - Castromaior → 3.00km → Martiñán

To end of camino
127.80
The Road

The camino passes through As Paredes along the same road/trail that you entered on and will bring you back to the A-8, this time to pass underneath it into the hamlet of Castromaior. In Castromaior (not much more than a few houses) signs for the camino direct you back onto a path to Martiñan. Along the way you will again cross beneath the A-8.

Accommodation in As Paredes - Castromaior
Private

Comments

michael

October 2021, €15: One of the best Albergue’s I stayed in on the Camino del Norte!
I love the traditional old farm house, lovingly restored and concerted into an Albergue, but Jaime, the host.
I had one of the best sleeps in, under white cotton sheets! Lovely big spacious bathroom.
Jaime cooked a traditional Spanish diner for the pilgrims (€10). Large sitting room/dining room with open fire places.
The breakfast the next morning was the best I had in any Albergue, with muesli and fruit and toast etc etc.
The Albergue is in a beautiful remote, rural, peaceful setting, surrounded by gardens - would be perfect for an afternoon of relaxing in the summer.
I really loved this place.

michael

As other comment
Jaime has created a wonderful space. This was the best Albergues I stayed on the Del Norte. Simple as that!!!!

michael

Very nice Place made of Stone and the Garden seems to be nice to. Today it’s a rainy one and I had my tea inside the common area.
No gluten-free no soy products

michael

Very nice people pleasant,beds comfortable food excellent.

michael

This is such a beautiful place and very cool and stylish. We had coffee but wished we had stayed. L

michael

The house is very beautiful and has absolutely wonderful atmosphere. If you have a tent you can stay for 5€, there is a lot of place in the garden. You can have great dinner for 10€. There is also a small swimming pool:)

michael

The best albergue we’ve tried yet! Worth the extra 6km from Abadín for its wonderful hosts and location.

michael

The best albergue of the trip. A beautifully restored farmhouse, with a fire, music playing, and pleasant ambience. Dinner was 3 courses, and some of the best food I have had. James, the host, a delight! Can’t recommend it highly enough

michael

October 2021, €15: One of the best Albergue’s I stayed in on the Camino del Norte!
I love the traditional old farm house, lovingly restored and concerted into an Albergue, but Jaime, the host.
I had one of the best sleeps in, under white cotton sheets! Lovely big spacious bathroom.
Jaime cooked a traditional Spanish diner for the pilgrims (€10). Large sitting room/dining room with open fire places.
The breakfast the next morning was the best I had in any Albergue, with muesli and fruit and toast etc etc.
The Albergue is in a beautiful remote, rural, peaceful setting, surrounded by gardens - would be perfect for an afternoon of relaxing in the summer.
I really loved this place.

michael

As other comment
Jaime has created a wonderful space. This was the best Albergues I stayed on the Del Norte. Simple as that!!!!