From November to March, you can ask for the key at the store in front of the albergue. There is a fireplace for heat during the colder months. The albergue has a kitchen, and both the shop across the streets and it's owners are pilgrim friendly.
These distances are exact, but are based on a straight line from point to point. Actual walking distances will be slightly longer.
The staff are very friendly and helpful. But the bed are sooo noisy, every time a person moves , the whole albergue can hear it. The madras and springs are so soft that the only way to sleep level is to keep your backpack on.
The toilets and showers are great.
En Camino in November is great, today there were cold driving winds, sleet and hail stones .
The hospitalaria Rocio was so helpful and considerate as I peeled off my wet clothes in front of the wonderful log burner.
An oasis of warmth and calmness on a stormy memorable day.
I didnt stay here but my close walking friends did and I was allowed to use the kitchen and dining area. The hospitalera was so sweet. Nice courtyard with shade and a fountain.