Description and Notice
Season
01-April - 30-November
Months open
APR - NOV

Quite possibly the best place you can stay along this stretch of the camino, not least of all because you start on the mountain ahead with fresh legs after a quality rest. Dogs are welcome.

Reservations accepted
Yes
Contact Info
Private

24520 León
Spain

Mobile
+34 654 353 940
Hospitalero
Miriam
Practical Info
Open
14:00
Total Beds
17
Price
7
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Founded
2007
Private Rooms
Individual room
15
Double room
30
Triple room
30
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Terrace
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Dryer
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Dinner
Yes
Group Dinner
Yes
Vegetarian
Yes
Services
Camping
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Stayed 17.10.22
This albergue has a heart. The communal meal was delicious and is a lovely way to meet fellow pilgrims. Surroundings were conducive to relaxing before the climb next day. A pilgrim played the guitar there after supper and we sang along too. Decent breakfast. Highly recommend staying here.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Stayed here in a private double room for 25€. Bathrooms are downstairs from bedrooms but are spacious with a toilet and shower in one little room.
Dinner was amazing and just what I needed after so many pilgrims menus. Pumpkin soup, hummus on toast and a delicious salad. Most ingredients are sourced from their garden so very fresh.
No wifi but the restaurant next door has it and there is no problem sharing. Would stay again in a heartbeat!

michael

Always a lovely place to stay. Dinner was delicious!

michael

Vegan menu and no wifi. Two restaurants a stones throw away.
Lovely meditation garden with hammocks.
Great bunks in clean room with many outlets for charging.
Hot water was hot, but pressure fluctuated.
My second time here, will come back again.

michael

Clean with shared bathroom, a public dormitory with less than 20 beds and 2 private rooms. If you want to climb o cebreiro with horses, ask for Victor to the staff, they know everything.
I would recommend this.

michael

Beautiful albergue with the lovely Myriam. We lucked in and got a double bed room with shower for only a little extra. We ate at las polin at top of village which was very good. Loved this albergue and town. Very clean and it has a pretty garden. Coffee available at Casa liza in the morning.

michael

So lovely this Albergue clean and comfortable. Open during September 2020

michael

Sept 2020
You will find it hard to meet a more wonderful host than Miriam anywhere on the Camino. Matched by the general atmosphere of her Albergue. AND behind the Albergue through the garden they have renovated another building into a piece of art. The carpentry is exquisite and its worth staying here just to look at this beautiful craftsmanship. They are not cooking meals at the moment but when they do, its delicious. There are 2 bars nearby for food.

michael

This is open and lovley, just make a reservation so that she knows you are coming or call her when you get her and she will fix everything Says Miriam (or similar) on the house

michael

The albergue itself is extremely simple. Nothing unusual. I was a bit upset that “the lovely” overcharges for everything. I’m surprised she didn’t charge to stamp my credential. She charges €2 fir sheets, €5 for a blanket, €5 for washer and €5 for dryer. No WiFi is a major inconvenience. No real hand-laundry facilities. She told me to go outside and around the side to find the sink. I found d a centuries old mossy sink and thought, I’m supposed to wash my clothes here? No clothes pins provided.
Her 2 young hispitaleros were lovely. I feel sorry that they have to work with Miriam.