Description and Notice

Nice and relaxed, with no mandatory time to depart in the morning. Acacio and Orietta are authentic, original, and kind pilgrims themselves. The albergue is sponsored by Paulo Coelho, friend to Acacio and Orietta. One dormitory with 4 beds and 3 bunks. ****This albergue is a place to rest, not for the 4am speed walkers.****

Reservations accepted
Yes
Contact Info
Private

Nueva, 6
09259 Burgos
Spain

Landline
+34 947 585 220
Mobile
+34 679 941 123
Hospitalero
Acacio and Orietta
Practical Info
Months open
ALL YEAR
Open
13:30
Close
22:00
Total Beds
10
Price
8
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Founded
2006
Kitchen
Kitchen
Yes, but private use only.
Microwave
Yes
Refrigerator
Yes
Stove
Yes
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Terrace
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Dinner
Yes
Group Dinner
Yes
Vegetarian
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Handicapped Accessible
Yes
Internet
Yes

Comments

michael

Loved this place. Clean, warm and comfortable. Beds and bunks. Delicious pilgrim meal made even more pleasant by Acacia and Orietta sharing dinner with us. Very relaxed and comfortable place to stay. Highly recommended.

michael

Acacio and Orietta are pilgrims themselves and run this albergue about 15 years.
When you enter the house, you smell the incense and hear the soft music. Here you can rest, read something, having a tea or a chat. Orietta makes a lovely meal and together you share the dinner, while talking about your experiences, questions and stories. Communal breakfast is at 7.
I can recommend this special experience!

michael

This was a fantastic place to call home for the evening. Acacia and Orietta are phenomenal individuals and truly do live to serve those of us on the way. From their company at dinner, after dinner conversations, to the breakfast waiting for us after a wonderful nights rest, we felt welcome and cared for in all areas of rest.

michael

I stopped for a break and had a lovely cheese roll for donation. Excellent friendly and kind service. I would have stayed if I hadn't sent my bag on to belorado. Hated the road into there hot dusty noisy.

michael

If you get a chance to stay here I highly recommend it. It is the best albergue yet! It was warm, dry, comfortable, clean, and welcoming. Orietta and Acacia are genuine people. I wish I could have stayed for more than one night. Thank you for your hospitality.

michael

I made an enquiry for a bed for 16 September 2021. They emailed back to say they are closed.

michael

Tried to stay here April 2022,its closed. When to the other albergue instead which is not bad and was told this one is not opening any time soon.