26km from Lugo on the actual Camino. Nice, comfortable and in a rustic setting. The seven-bed dormitories are spacious and with a locker, a shelf and a plug for each bed. Triple rooms (with a regular bed plus a bunk bed) with bathroom. Private (individual or double) rooms available (with breakfast included in the price). Sandwiches or salads can be ordered from the bar at lunchtime, and a community dinner with a starter and seafood paella is served in the evening (possibility for a different menu for vegetarians); breakfast is also offered. Both dinner and breakfast must be ordered at arrival. Drinks, including a variety of craft beers, and snacks can be ordered from the bar within the actual albergue. Nice garden to enjoy in good weather. Credit cards accepted. Recommended
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
The place is fine and the people really friendly and helpful. However, only having 1 key for a room with 3 people in it is a nuisance as you have to keep looking for the key. It really doesn’t cost much to get some keys cut.
I stayed in one of the 7 bed rooms, which all have en-suite bathrooms that are very nice with new showers. The outdoor space in front is so lovely to relax in after a day on the Camino. The shared dinner of paella was great and made it feel like a lovely community. After dinner we all ended up signing songs as a group :) I would definitely stay there again my next time on the Camino!
Got private room to avoid the snorring but the rooms are not sound proof and I can still hear it
The most beautiful albergue I've seen on the Camino. Brand new. Each room has only 2 beds and private shower, toilet and sink. Books up fast.