Contact Info
Type: 
Municipal
Telefon: 
608 610 992
Practical Info
Nur für Pilger: 
Yes
Gesamte Bettenzahl: 
16
Preis: 
6
Öffnungsmonate: 
ALL YEAR
Offen: 
15:30
Geschlossen: 
22:30
Some space for tents in yard. Located behind the bull ring at the far end of town.

Stuff

Laundry
Waschmaschine: 
No. Hay centrifugadora
Waschbecken: 
Yes
Wäscheleine: 
Yes
Kitchen
Küche: 
Yes
Kühlschrank: 
Yes
Mikrowelle: 
Yes
Facilities
Esszimmer: 
Yes
Terrasse: 
Yes
Services
Internet: 
Yes
Fahrradaufbewahrung: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

I was there when it was supposed to open and it was full and using tents. Inadequate facility for the number of people staying.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Hospitalero was great and there were tents already outside with mattresses, so I slept there - very comfortable! Kitchen has many facilities including a stove, so we cooked pasta for everyone:). Also a centrifuge was there to dry clothes. It gets competitive with the space, so you may feel safer booking ahead in Islares or something if you can’t arrive before it opens. But if you have a tent, just camp in the backyard!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Hospitalero was great and there were tents already outside with mattresses, so I slept there - very comfortable! Kitchen has many facilities including a stove, so we cooked pasta for everyone:). Also a centrifuge was there to dry clothes. It gets competitive with the space, so you may feel safer booking ahead in Islares or something if you can’t arrive before it opens. But if you have a tent, just camp in the backyard!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Feels more like a shelter for homeless people...

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

This is the worst place on my 10 day Camino. Small, dirty, and smells very bad. 16 people in one room, too overcrowded. No laundry, limited shower room, bathroom basically in the hallway. Took all the effort to be there first as there only 16 beds, walked 27 km from Portugalete, arrived 5th and eventually gave up my place as I was leaving to the hotel in Islares because to live in this conditions is a disgrace. I really wanna see the person who wrote this was a nice place. I am sure there could be bed bags as the shits are not from usual rubber material. Stay away. Fox

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Had phone and money stolen last night. Tracked phone to a local address—not taken be fellow pilgrims. But sorry to say taken by local people. Be very careful with belongings. But confused how local person could get into albergue in middle of night.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Got here at 3:45 and already full! Never had a problem with a bed before this, especially not so early in the day. Got a tent, or an offer of a mattress on the dining room floor after dinner.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

If you don’t get a bed or tent, it may be a bit uncomfortable because you’re basically homeless until about 9pm when they clear the dining area and put down a mattress for you. Tiny fridge and basic cooking facilities. There’s a small market down the street if walking back into town doesn’t appeal to you.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

This is a nice albergue with a very friendly hospitalero!

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Above info all correct. A bit crowded on the Camino at the moment, got 5-6 single/double tents outside and were all occupied.