These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
Small simple albergue but gives a place to stay and sleep. I was able to get my clothes washed. I really like the lockers they have. I was here in the quiet covid season sept 2020 but It may end up a little crowded and noisy during regular times. Still was a good place for a Camino night.
Easy check in, rooms a bit crowded and hot, no warm water in the shower, no sheet (even disposable) provided. Fine overall.
This place was a very pleasant surprise. It doesn’t seem like much, but we really enjoyed the city and Albergue. The workers were helpful and friendly. My husband and I decided to take dinner here and I quickly had doubts. It seemed like a place that would give us spaghetti with water or something cheap and frozen. I was completely wrong. The dinner was fantastic. I was so happy to be proven wrong. The workers served us like waitresses at a nice restaurant and we had a delicious 3 course meal. They even gave my husband and I a bottle of wine for the table. We were so pleased with our stay. We also opted for a private room and it was only 14 euros for a spacious private space. It wasn’t anything fancy, but perfect for a little privacy and relaxation. I was not expecting much from this place, but I am happy to give it a very positive review!!!!
The check-in was very friendly and prompt, so the laundry service. But so many beds in the room, that we couldn’t close the door. It was very loud the whole afternoon and evening till 23.30 hrs. No rest or closing time at 22.00 o’clock. (Very nice for young people though!)
The dinner/breakfast room is very tide as well. And the breakfast for €5 is not fresh, so very overrated.
But again, the people are very friendly!
The rooms are overcrowded, the bathrooms have lots of mildew and no ventilation. The dinner, which cost €10 was the most disappointing thing ever. Okay salad, followed by whatever the Spanish version of Dinty More canned stew and three canned pineapple rings for dessert. I hate this place so much.
I read prior notes and was a bit anxious about this place but it was a good place to stay. I did not opt in to dinner or breakfast, but a friend did and she said it was quite good. I had them do laundry and it took too long and was not dry... All that said, I liked the place and would recommend it.
Last minute reservation for 3 people travelling together.
We were fully aware at €14 each that this would be standard accommodation. However what a surprise!
Cold, dusty, electricity clicking on and off, thin mattresses, unclean blankets, thin linen barely enough toilet paper.
We were in the overflow barn. Young staff working there tried their best.
It appears this place has changed hands and they are not well organized. They have added a red barn like or casa roja and it is like an old storage. 7 beds 6 inches apart with dusty mattresses. Oversold the place and they are not reliable.
Auberge is Okay-ish.
Sleeping is alright, showers are nice (unfortunately they forgot to put on the hot water, cold showers until someone complained), but go somewhere else for dinner. Salad was fine, paella was yellow rice with green peas and carrots. ..
Very friendly - dorms upstairs are nice, but a bit too less air when door and windows are closed. In two of the 4 bathrooms the lightbulbs were missing - no light.
The menu (salad, paella, fruits and yoghurt, wine, bread water = Euro 10) was just excellent. If you eat vegetarian be very precise to tell them that you don’t want fish and ham as well :)
Breakfast was only re-heated coffee with milk, fruits and some packed cake from the shop.
The nice family offered me to clean my laundry for free. Unfortunately they were not well organized and in the morning it was not dried - so I had to wait for half an hour. :( all in all it has been a nice stay, but the are not well organized.