Comfortable lounge area. Has a free space for companion dogs. Dinner is served in the Palozza nearby, it is a typical style of architecture in galicia known for it conical straw roof. A cozy and welcome rest on the mountain.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Absolutely cemented into my top 5 Albergue list. So friendly, great bar area, food is exceptional, lovely lounge area to hang out in, definitely worth walking here after the climb up to O'cebreiro. Was cold and wet outside and this was an island of warmth and great hospitality.
This is a great Nice clean alberge.
I bought the pilgrims menu. And it was not meet as he promised. There came a soup made from yesterday’s vegetables, then some pork with peas in a gray sauce with mushrooms. It honestly looked like dogshit:-(( I told I was allergic to mushrooms and she offered me 2 hard boiled eggs with sticky rice..
I left the place and I wasted 9€ and going hungry to bed..
Use the albergue but bring food..
I can only add to the positive comments ! The meal was awesome
Friendly, welcoming place. Well maintained sleeping area and nice lounge area. Communal dinner was VERY good - served family style, plenty of food, and a little entertainment. The owner obviously enjoys her job! Unexpectedly good experience for a small, 1 alburgue town.
Clean and warm for a big room. Host are nice, love the laundry machine and dryer. $3 each in this ice snow weather is nice to have warm clothes. There are bucket for you to soak feet.
Very clean and comfortable Albergue. Best pilgrim meal I have had on the Camino. Worth the 9euro.
Clean, metal bunks. Meal was a great shared meal. Would stay again
Large comfortable dormitory rooms. Washers AND dryers available. Stocked with laundry soap. Great common room for socializing, relaxing, TV. Excellent communal dinner in nearby Celtic hut. Don’t let the modest front fool you. Spacious and comfortable.
The dinner was amazing. Long tables in a Celtic hut building, and great fellowship with other pilgrims. A special experience for sure.
This is a GREAT albergue! Still super-clean and friendly; the hosts genuinely care about the peregrinos who arrive. Sounds like a few things have changed since previous comments: 1) Women’s bathroom: 3 separate showers and 2 separate toilets; 2) Good central heating [Snow outside, so cold]; 3) Smaller, cozy separate bar and dining areas; 4) All bunks square-metal-framed, sturdy & comfortable; 5) Bunk €9; Dinner €10; Breakfast €4. Things that haven’t changed: 1) Lounge area still amazing with fantastic view; 2) Dinner home-cooked and delicious [Vegetable & Bean Soup; Beef Casserole with mushrooms, vegetables & Rice; Santiago Tart or Yogurt]. So comfortable, decided to take a rest day here... :-)