Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Telefon: 
982 533 248
658 906 816
Email: 
palomaylena@gmail.com
Hospitalero/a: 
Paloma
Practical Info
Reservierungen möglich: 
Yes
Gesamte Bettenzahl: 
20
Preis: 
12
Öffnungsmonate: 
MAR - Mid NOV
Gegründet: 
2006

Stuff

Private Rooms
Einzelzimmer: 
22
Doppelzimmer: 
32
Laundry
Waschmaschine: 
Yes, 3€
Wäschetrockner: 
Yes, 3€
Waschbecken: 
Yes
Wäscheleine: 
Yes
Kitchen
Kühlschrank: 
Yes
Facilities
Esszimmer: 
Yes
Aufenthaltsraum: 
Yes
Terrasse: 
Yes
Food
Frühstück: 
Donativo
Abendessen: 
9
Gemeinschaftliches Abendessen: 
Yes
Vegetarisch: 
Yes
Services
Coffee Vending: 
Yes
Food and Drink: 
Yes
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi and computer
Fahrradaufbewahrung: 
Yes
Behindertengerecht : 
Yes
Horse stable: 
Yes

Comments

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

My favorite albergue of the camino! Beautiful property. Fantastic vegetarian dinner. Elisa who greeted me was so pleasant and helpful. I’m so glad I stayed here!

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

Really nice, clean and friendly! Wonderful family run place with lots of space. Relaxing, with hammocks, chickens running around and a delicious pilgrim meal. Skip Sarria and come here!

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

After a long day this was a gem. Simple but delicious communal dinner, great garden to relax in and nice, clean premises. Delighted we stayed here.

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

Another Camino paradise/oasis. From the moment I set eyes on its broad lawn and starburst of colored hammocks arranged around a few trees, I felt peace. After a long, windy day descending from Fonfría the calm and hospitality of this place were just what I needed. A brother and sister (children of the owners?) are running this place with skill and grace. They gladly chatted with me for about an hour as I practiced Spanish. The room I stayed in had just 8 bunks, with an attached bath with 2 showers and toilets. Very nice! The crown jewel of this albergue is a great, big common room with couches, long dinner tables, peaceful music, board games and books, beer, etc. Dinner was a home-cooked, communal affair - very good Galician soup and homemade tortilla. Loved it here! -A

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

Very nice hospitaleros!! We had a reservation but arrived early and decided to walk on to Sarria. The hospitalero was cool about our late cancellation (I offered to pay but he declined). We had had my son’s backpack transported there, but it hadn’t arrived yet. Hospitalero called Jacotrans for us to find out when the bag would arrive. The place looks very clean and there is a large garden to hang out in. The also have a nice restaurant/bar.

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

Wonderful place, only bunks for 8 people in a room most albergues would have crammed 10-12. They had an air freshner and it smelled lovely...and a hair dryer!! Very clean showers and floors and delicious vegetarian dinner. So much food! Definitely stay here. Breakfast is simple and serve yourself (included with room) has hot water, tea, chocolate, coffee, muesli, bread. Owners are wonderful. Very peaceful place with people who had been on the Camino for a long time vs all the new arrivals :).