Contact Info
Private

Plaza de la Iglesia, 6
33891 Asturias
Spain

Mobile
+34 603 751 906
+34 669 016 667
Hospitalero
Celia
Practical Info
Months open
ALL YEAR
Open
14:30
Close
23:00
Total Beds
16
Price
10
Pet Friendly
Yes
Founded
2014
Private Rooms
Double room
20
Facilities
Dining room
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Dryer
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Washer
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Dinner
Yes
Vegetarian
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Internet
Yes

Comments

michael

Room is good, clean, and the meal is tasty!

michael

Kasia runs a wonderful and hospitable Albergué. She is warm and welcoming and made us a tasty meal. Breakfast was one of the better ones that I’ve had at a Hostel or Albergue. Definitely worth a stay here. Also a great value!

michael

Definitely one of the top 10% of albergues - clean, hospitable and charming

michael

One of the best albergues on the Primitivo and Frances! The host is wonderful and thinks of everything you could possibly need. The meal (I had Spaghetti) was delicious and she provided a great atmosphere for pilgrims to get to know one another. She also has things for purchase on a donation basis. Her homemade power bars were perfect for keeping in my bag for breakfast on the go (especially over the hospitaleres route where services are limited).

michael

Kasia was such a sweet host and the Albuquerque is clean, spacious and nice!
She even gave me a ride to the next town because I needed a break.
In the evening there was singing and guitar and just a good time.
highly recommended!!

michael

This was a great place to stay, comfortable beds, a really good home cooked communal meal, good breakfast and well stocked with beers/chocolate and out the front is the best place in the town to sit in the sun and relax.

michael

After reading the former comments I was expecting something great and I was clearly disappointed by the albergue.
Dorm of 12, no blankets , no lamps or power outlets near the beds.
The couch, game and donativo coffee are in the dorm, as half the small « shop »
2 showers and 2 dc for the dorm.
We will see if the diner help .

michael

Really glad I decided to check this place out, as it ended up being one of my favourite albergues so far. It’s a Donativo now and currently run by two Italians who are really nice. Cool big house with lots of character, cozy living room with games and a guitar and a small library if it’s bad weather (ands dog!). If it’s good weather this place has the best place in town for hanging out- in their front garden. Shared dinner which is homemade Italian vegetarian food- one of the best I’ve had in 4 weeks on the trail (homemade gnocchis with a cheese sauce).