A new addition to the bar in town, which has been operated by the same family for generations.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
This albergue is better than the others one, but for the diner you better go eat at Hermina , awesome food
The owner is really friendly and love to talk with pilgrims.
There is 2 dorms of 16 beds , and some private bedrooms as well.
Bunk bed are sturdy, blankets available, power outlets for each beds.
Big kitchen for cooking and the courtyard is perfect when it’s sunny
The owner is really kind and try to speak with everyone .
2 dorms of 16 beds , with strong bunk bed and good mattress.
Electrical outlets for each beds + lockers.
2 showers and 2 WC per gender .
The kitchen is really big and there is some free stuff for the breakfast (milk, coffee, some cookies)
The small courtyard is a good place to chill when it’s sunny
Very clean and well laid out, we had a nice dinner & breakfast in the bar. Ricardo the host was VERY attentive to coeliac needs.
Casa Ricardo is a fabulous Albergue. Clean, well designed with pilgrim needs catered for in every respect. Good showers, toilets and plenty of hot water. Kitchen equipped for cooking or across the road are options for buying a meal. 2 small supermarkets as well.
New albergue with everything you could need. Riccardo is a wonderful, joyful host. Everything is clean and welcoming. The courtyard is a great place to spend the afternoon.
Very nice, they also have 2 double rooms with private shower if one wants a bit of privacy. Rooms are small yet very clean, 35€. Though not an expert on Asturian dinners, this one seemed relatively smaller in portion compared to other places. For the groceries & coffee I’d go to Casa Herminia. Also keep in mind Casa Ricardo doesn’t open until 12, so for breakfast choose other places.
Great place to stay. Lovely owners and very friendly and helpful staff. Great well stocked kitchen. The generously leave free coffee, tea, cereal, milk, biscuits and little buns free to use for anyone staying there. Nice inner courtyard and they have a little bar and small grocery shop across the road. The bar serves a limited amount of food but a menu del Dias is available. I had a combination plate for €6. I stayed in one of the private rooms which are gorgeous(!) but the dorms looked good also.
I can't compliment Rui and the rest of the crew at Casa Ricardo enough. Emasculate, clean, comfortable and friendly. Shop across the road is well stocked but limited vegetables. A good stopping point.