Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Phone: 
680 663 472
Email: 
urquiza_1016@hotmail.com
Hospitalero: 
Flor
Photo in Albergue Casa Flor on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Casa Flor on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Casa Flor on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Casa Flor on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Casa Flor on the Camino de Santiago
Practical Info
Reservations accepted: 
Yes, with deposit
Total Beds: 
21
Price: 
7
Months open: 
MAR - OCT
Open: 
14:00
Close: 
22:30
Founded: 
2016

Stuff

Laundry
Washer: 
Yes, 3€
Dryer: 
Yes, 4€
Clothesline: 
Yes
Kitchen
Kitchen: 
Yes
Refrigerator: 
Yes
Microwave: 
Yes
Stove: 
Yes
Facilities
Dining room: 
Yes
Lounge: 
Yes
Terrace: 
Yes
Food
Breakfast: 
3.50
Dinner: 
7
Bar / Restaurant: 
Yes
Services
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi
Other accommodation: 

Comments

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

We, 7 pilgrims walking together, were warmly greeted by the owner! We wanted to walk further but he said there is a store nearby and offered to wash and line dry our clothes! Well we decided to stay! Clean rooms, although a little cramped, but okay for our little group! Thanks!

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

Best (and only) Mexican food I had on the Camino. Not the best ever albergue but perfectly adequate and clean when I was there.

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

An expensive and dirty place. There are bed bugs. Really nasty. Take this option but you have no choice.

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

I completely disagree with the negative comments above. It’s a pilgrim albuerge after all and if you want luxery get a hotel.
I enjoyed the hosts very much and I had the best food on the Camino so far! You often spend more money in donations albuerge cause you feel like it. Just because it’s set price doesn’t mean it’s more expensive
I loved my stay here

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

They have been very lovely to us. The rooms are so clean and the hosts friendly and helpful... and yes... there a signs nyt thats okay. We had a very nice
menu in the mexican restaurant below.

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

Very good food

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

Auf der Strecke von Irun bis hierher die absolut schlechteste Herberge.
Man wird empfangen mit etlichen Regularien, was man darf und was nicht. Die Herberge sei zwischen 7 und 8 Uhr zu verlassen Wifi nur von...bis...usw.
Es gibt für alle Übernachtungsgäste 1 Toilette(!!!), im Bad nicht mal Seife, kein Platz um etwas abzustellen.
Von den Duschen bzw den tropfenden festgeklebten Dingern, was wohl mal ein Duschekopf war kann man kein erfrischendes Duschen erwarten.
Unten im Restaurant hingegen wird gefeiert bis um 3.30 Uhr in der Nacht. Das kann definitiv nicht sein!
Offenbar hat der Herbergsvater mitgefeiert, denn am Morgen war kein Frühstück zu finden, obwohl bezahlt. Sehr ärgerlich, besonders für die vielen nicht so betuchten Pilger.
Wenn man die Nacht schon wach liegt, dann fragt man sich nach der Sicherheit. Kein Feuerlöscher, kein Notausgang, aber jedes Zimmer rammelvoll mit Betten und alles im Obergeschoss.
Alles in allem eine Frechheit uns Pilgern gegenüber!
Keine Empfehlung, auch nicht der Hauch einer Empfehlung. Reine Abzocke!

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

All details as in the comment below, costs 10 e without dinner and breakfast, forbidden to eat in the rooms, however there is a small table and chairs in the corridor for eating. Two common showers and only one toilet, forbidden to wash clothes there (they probably meant in the sink, but it’s written “in the toilet”:p). Wifi pretty good, need to leave by 8 in the morning.

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

Can be reserved ahead over WhatsApp - they make sure you don’t forget with posters every 1 km! However I expect only people who reserve ahead out of panic that it will be full due to all the adverts actually stay here... with good reason! Clean and nice rooms (even some double beds, but these are just all together in another dorm). There is a small supermarket in the village to buy food. The Albergue provides dinner and breakfast at a large extra cost which they almost force upon you. Beyond this, everything costs money. 3 euros PER PERSON for the washing machines (no dryer), 1 Euro for a blanket. The kitchen is private and not available for pilgrim use and furthermore there is no communal area to sit and eat. The bathroom is mixed and the showers have glass doors, girls are stuck brushing their teeth next to a urinal. Additionally it is forbidden to wash clothes in the sinks or showers (and you have to shower before going on your bed!). This Albergue is a money making business with only financial gain at heart. Not so bad as a last resort but a bad atmosphere for pilgrims.