Dormitories of 6 beds.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Very nice. Lots of green grass and outdoor tables. Kitchen is open except cannot use stovetop. The rooms have 3 single beds and a bunk but because of COVID they only allow 3 people per room. There are 5 showers but again because of COVID only 3 are open. Very clean and the owner is very nice. Only downside I could find is that there is no WiFi. There is a restaurant in town with WiFi. There is also a small supermarket in town that even stays open during siesta. I would highly recommend.
Huge garden to relax in after walking which always is a huge plus for me. The owner is genuinely very friendly and helpful. Mix of single beds and bunk beds in each room. Very clean and welcoming. Comfortable walk from here to Burgos so this is a good place to stay.
The owner is very kind and welcoming. Beautiful and clean place. Great showers and small rooms.
The town has free WiFi so even tho the Albergue doesn’t if you go out on the lawn you will have access. Walls are thin so you hear everyone walking to pee in the night. Had a line for the shower.
Had a double room here and it was clean and comfortable with a small ensuite bathroom. Nice courtyard to sit in and plenty of drying lines.
We stayed in the private room w a bathroom. Very clean and comfortable. Building has a great kitchen and dining room - would have been perfect to cook and hang out with Camino friends. Great value for 30 euros especially.
I liked this place at first. The hostess was friendly. There were several showers and toilets to accomodate many at one time. The kitchen was very nice and the place was clean. There are nice laundry drying lines and a washing machine or hand wash area. The courtyard was very spacious and a nice area to socialize. My problem was the obnoxious 20+ children and chaperones that showed up. There was no adult telling them to settle down and they were beyond loud. I realize this is a business and she wants her place full. However, I think if you primarily host peregrinos, your other guests should be required to follow the same rules as the pilgrims. Quiet and respectful. Those children ran up and down the halls banging into doors. They sprayed the shower area everywhere as they were having water fights with eachother and they didn't settle down until 10:45. If you want a good nights sleep, stay somewhere else.