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

Lots of trees and grass, shade and sun surround this solid, handsome stone building. It contains a tall, communal dining room decorated with old farm equipment (and furnished, at mealtime and for a reasonable price, with heaping piles of delicious food). The rooms are in back in comfortable dorms - I had the good fortune of being placed in a room with 2 bunks inly evem though I didn’t pay for that luxury. As usual in these amazing places, the staff was friendly and helpful. The only downside is that I attracted mites or some sort of biting insect...probably when I was carelessly walking barefoot in the grass...and got about a dozen really itchy bites on my legs that have not quite gone away a week later. It is the countryside, after all...I blame myself, but mention this just to irge caution to fellow city-slickers. The room is clean, but nature is not a renaissance painting just because the day is done and you are resting and euphoric.