Description and Notice

Operated in conjunction with the Juan de Yepes albergue at the entrance to Hontanas.

Reservations accepted
Yes
Contact Info
Private

Real, 19
09227 Burgos
Spain

Mobile
+34 628 927 317
Practical Info
Months open
APR - OCT
Open
6:30
Close
22:30
Total Beds
42
Price
13
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Pet Friendly
Yes
Founded
2010
Private Rooms
Double room
65
Triple room
80
Kitchen
Kitchen
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Refrigerator
Yes
Stove
Yes
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Terrace
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Dryer
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Dinner
Yes
Group Dinner
Yes
Bar / Restaurant
Yes
Vegetarian
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Internet
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

L'auberge ou il faut s'arrêter à hontanas ! Propre, belle, spacieuse, et des draps !

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

If you're looking for nice beds and a good, unique pilgrim meal then you should stay at Santa Brigida. The accommodations were top notch for a dorm experience and the meal was a wonderful paella. There was a nun down the street who would give you a foot massage for a donation. Showers were difficult to figure out at first. Hot and cold controls are on the actual shower head.

michael

We tried to contact this albergue ahead of time, with no luck. We were fortunate to arrive early when they still had beds available. They seem to be co-managed with Albergue Juan de Yepes. Loved the cold foot bath in the courtyard for tired feet (and my injured ankle). Appreciated the chef providing a small vegetarian meal (soup) for us on short notice (we didn’t get the pilgrim meal— only one choice). We didn’t appreciate having bunks in close proximity to the bathrooms, so every time someone walked in during the night, the lights went on and woke us up. The bunks are nice, though. Each one has its own outlet and reading light. Beautiful views.

michael

Nice place, very cute courtyard, clean rooms, clean bathrooms, lots of space between the beds, big bathrooms, nice hosts, ok dinner. B where that the battle of the charge next-door rings every half an hour even at night. Good laundry service. Couldn't sleep all night. Fox.

michael

Nice family BUT:t apparently they allow “non-pilgrims” in. The 5 children were playing soccer until 11pm! The owners weren’t concerned when our room complained. They also shoved two extra pilgrims in our room on the floor and it was hot, smelly and cold.

michael

Loved this place! The best shower I’ve had so far, with a rain shower head and a separate area to dress in. Good laundry facilities, lots of room near bunks, every bed has a port, and very good meal. The church next door is very special and welcoming too!

michael

We booked a private room. It was gorgeous. Fine bathroom. Charming decor. It was so cozy for leg-sore pilgrims.
Dinner, however, was even better: paella. This was the best we’ve had in the two weeks to date of our visit: better than offerings in the big cities even.
The manager and the chef are each friendly, helpful and talented.
A friend visited a few years ago. This is one of two stays on the Camino that she recommended. We planned our nearby stages so that we could follow her advice. We are so happy and thankful that we did so.