These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
The nuns were nice And offered a warm welcome. It is close to downtown with lots of places to eat and drink. The rooms are much more private with only three beds in the one I enjoyed and a bath just for the three of us. Much better than some of the 30 bunk rooms I’ve stayed in so far. If you want to stay out and party all night this is not your spot. 8:30 p.m. curfew.
Ok for 10€. Pretty unwelcoming athmosphere (maybe due to covid). It closes at 9 and the rooms are extremely cold. No dinner or breakfast provided.
Open. Nice, clean but basic. One shower for everybody (which wasn’t a problem). Haven’t heard the nun talk about dinner or breakfast, maybe suspended due to Corona
I went by it and the for where open and a sign to West a mask
Very nice Albergue located in monastery from 16th century. We had a dinner at 8:30 with food prepared by nuns and ourselves. Breakfast is included in a price. About 20 people in one room with two bathrooms.
Even people who arrived late in high season were accommodated, which happens rarely on this Camino. They put down many mattresses. Breakfast was delicious. Pilgrim blessing in the morning was a nice experience too.
A met a woman yesterday in Güemes who woke up last Thursday (July 4th, 2019) having been bitten by bed bugs during the night at this Albuergue.
The nuns and the volunteers were so welcoming! From the glass of sweet lemon water at arrival to the Pilgrim mass to music time, to the communal dinner. We had green beans in garlic and butter from their garden. Don’t miss stopping here! Also, it’s pretty easy to find.
Amazing experience ! Great accommodation and a lovely pot luck dinner after a pilgrim mass
Loved it here