Contact Info
Type: 
Private
Telefono: 
628 428 167
Email: 
alesitogonzalez@msn.com
Practical Info
Solo per pellegrini: 
Yes
Accetta prenotazioni: 
Yes
Numero totale dei letti: 
20
Prezzo: 
6
Apre: 
13:00
Chiude: 
22:00
Data di fondazione: 
2016

Stuff

Laundry
Lavatrice: 
Yes
Kitchen
Cucina: 
Yes
Frigo: 
Yes
Microonde: 
Yes
Food
Colazione: 
Yes
Cena: 
Yes
Cena collettiva: 
Yes
Services
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi
Parcheggio bici protetto: 
Yes

Comments

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

He offers dinner at night at 8pm and breakfast at 6:30am. 20 beds. Clean and comfortable. He speaks little English but is friendly. Plenty of lines to hang clothes but (as usual) not enough clothes pins (which is why I brought safety pins on the Camino. A life saver). Plenty of lounge chairs for hanging out on the patio in back.

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

An albergue with a very special atmosphere you shouldn’t miss <3 Very warm and welcoming hospitalero Santiago made us feel at home and cooked a delicious dinner for us in the evening.
This is what peregrinacion is all about. Recommend this place with all my heart. /Lovisa, Sweden

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

Santiago, the hospitalero, is extremely kind and generous. He opened his albergue for me to take a rest day after catching the stomach flu, and kept making sure I was okay and offering me tea. He fed us a beautiful meal for dinner, and a quick breakfast before the pilgrims left. I HIGHLY suggest staying here if given the chance.

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

Emailed a night ahead for a reservation. Quick response. Clean but simple. Two bathrooms/showers with hot water. Had dinner and breakfast for donation. Dinner: lentils and salad, breakfast: toast, butter and coffee w milk. Hostelaro, Santiago was very friendly and runs the hostel well.
Bar/restaurant a few doors down, but a little pricy, pilgrim menu 16 euros

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

The host, Alejandro, was thoughtful in the way he treated us and in the way he has set up the Albergue. Lamps at each bunk, charging station for phones, nice sheets and comforters, and most of all CLEAN. Very clean and nicely decorated. Comfortable beds. And a living room like area on the lower floor giving out onto a paved garden with table and chairs. My favorite place so far (except the expensive hotel in Castro-Uridales)