Status: 
CLOSED
Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Phone: 
606 893 407
Email: 
lilianaborroto@yahoo.es
Hospitalero: 
Same as Albergue Santa Brigida in Hontanas
Photo in Albergue Arroyo de San Bol on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Arroyo de San Bol on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Arroyo de San Bol on the Camino de Santiago
Photo in Albergue Arroyo de San Bol on the Camino de Santiago
Practical Info
Pilgrim only?: 
Yes
Reservations accepted: 
Yes
Total Beds: 
12
Price: 
5
Months open: 
APR - Mid OCT
Open: 
14:00
Close: 
19:00

Run by the same hospitaleros as the Santa Brigida in nearby Hontanas. They make trips back and forth for food and laundry. San Bol is not a village, but rather a quiet oasis of trees and therapeutic water in an expanse of wheat.

Stuff

Laundry
Wash basin: 
Yes
Clothesline: 
Yes
Kitchen
Kitchen: 
Yes
Refrigerator: 
Yes
Microwave: 
Yes
Stove: 
Yes
Facilities
Dining room: 
Yes
Terrace: 
Yes
Pool: 
Foot pool
Food
Dinner: 
Yes
Group Dinner: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 

Comments

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

Lovely and peaceful location. I’m hesitant to list the cons because that’s not the point of this space- no WiFi, one bathroom for everyone, no where to wash but the stream outside (is this ok for the environment..?). Recommend overall.

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

Det er 10 senger i et rom, to senger på loftet. Vi fikk fantastisk god paella, salat og hjemmelaget pudding å spise. Fikk hjelp av verten å ringe neste overnatting. Rolig sted, kan anbefales.

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

This place was great and so warm which after walking in the rain all day was a treat! I recommend getting a reservation and showing up at 1400 when they open. Don’t wait til 1600 you might lose your spot! But yeah great stay, shower wasn’t great and had to que but I wasn’t upset just felt like another night at the cabin back home! Store on site or you can carry stuff from Hornillos. You can cook your own meal or participate in the pilgrim dinner.

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

Lovely small and quiet auberge.

I really loved my stay here, great hospitaleres (Lourdes) who makes a great paella for dinner. This place is set in a very quiet area, with a patio and footbath. It looks a bit run down from the outside when you are on the Camino, but the renovated it and it comes now with heating, a dinner room (like one from the Middle Ages) and you can buy food and drinks if you don't join the communal dinner. Great if you're looking for a smaller and quiet auberge!