→ 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

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Jaime was so welcoming and friendly. It was by far one of the coziest places yet and the pilgrim dinner was awesome. Very clean with snacks and drinks available.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Architecturally the most interesting albergue I’ve seen on the Norte and worth a stop even if you don’t stay overnight. Cold drinks and snacks are available and you can take a break in the yard. If you do stay, a nice dinner is available and breakfast is self-serve so you can start walking any time that suits you.

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