These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
This albergue was functional even if the staff seemed detached (but helpful). The rooms are clean, only three bunks per, which is nice. The bathroom is clean with a good, hot shower (but it could use better ventilation). Doors are a bit sticky and squeaky. The bar is very nice and I was welcomed to sit there with my own food. They also provided me with ice for my leg. Overall, though, the owners seemed distant. There was no real tour of facilities beyond: here’s the bed, here’s where to put your shoes. I think the only staff person I ever saw smile was a young woman tending the bar in the late afternoon. In the morning a man was there to tend the bar and answer questions but did not really seem to care one way or the other about the pilgrims unless they directly addressed him.
If staying here you are expected to get lunch or dinner from this restaurant. Cost 8 for bed 9 menu.