Stayed at the start of September 2020. Eight of us were here, with a maximum of ten beds at the moment. For covid reasons, no shared meals. You can order takeaway from Dos Pinchos, but frankly it's not very good - suggest you eat before arriving or bring food instead. The nearest supermarket is 2km away, further along the Camino. Comfortable beds, good shower, large kitchen space, outdoor table, sink for washing clothes, and a lovely owner.
The Auberge is ons of the most friendly I stayed in. Although there are only 16 beds more people were accommodated. Nice communal supper was served and everyone left happy with a small breakfast.
Wonderful Alburgue in the spirit of the non commercial locally supported albies of old. Group donativo dinner and breakfast. Love to stay at places like this that have real heart.
even we didnot have the space, we got support to find another accommodation. thank you, maybe next time