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With a stay at Finca O Bizarro in Trabada, you'll be 12.6 mi (20.3 km) from Museum of the Mills of Mazonovo and 14.4 mi (23.2 km) from Mondonedo Cathedral. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nice place with great owner. Lovely design of the room, very clean, tasty breakfast! Frech air of virgin nature. Sea coast is close to the house.
Pros: Above and beyond hospitality!
With a stay at Casa de Aldea Terraverde in San Tirso de Abres, you'll be 11.9 mi (19.1 km) from Teixois and 19.1 mi (30.8 km) from As Catedrais Beach. Featured amenities include luggage storage, a library, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful surroundings
Cons: WiFi nog quit good
Pros: Nice location, staff very nice, house was beautiful
Cons: Dial-up wifi was slow
Pros: Absolutely beautiful old property, renovated with love and style. Absolutely perfect. Very comfortable bed with cozy linens, etc. Wonderful breakfast, great coffee ☕️. Kind and helpful advice on our travel day ahead.
Pros: I really liked how the room and the whole house were nicely warm at our arrival (as it was really cold outside at that time of the year). Hosts were really nice and helpful. The room was nice, cozy and clean.
Cons: The walls were paper thin. we could understand every word the couple in the next room was saying :/
Pros: The extra effort to offer gluten free options was very much appreciated. Especially considering we didn't give them a heads up. The rebuild they completed on Terreverde is spectacular. The extra care and attention taken to address every detail was obvious.
Located in Lourenza, Albergue Savior is a 1-minute drive from San Salvador Monastery and 9 minutes from Mondonedo Cathedral. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and a vending machine.
Pros: Beautiful pensione, very comfortable bed. Great breakfast, too.
Pros: Lovely dorm. I was given a bunk at the end of the room, so more space & privacy. Real sheets & bedclothes, very comfortable indeed
Cons: Nothing not to like. On a very warm day with a river nearby maybe a possibility of mosquitos? I didn't see any.
Pros: It was a room
Cons: The bed was hard. The walls creaked. The bathroom door stuck.
Pros: Nice building and great outdoor back deck. Nice kitchen.
Cons: Breakfast was prepackaged muffin and store white bread. Coffee wasn’t fresh. No staff around in the morning...
Pros: Very friendly and welcoming staff. Nice ablutions. Big kitchen. Laundry service available. Thoughtful thoughtful touches like the shelf for putting phones on while charging next to bunks. Food and beverages, including wine and beer, available at very reasonable rates. Good value for money breakfast.
Pros: I liked the terrace on the second floor.
Pros: Cosy and homely with wooden floors. The hospitalereo was so welcoming, gracious and kind. Lovely warm kitchen and dining area. My best stop on the Camino so far.
Pros: Excellent Camino stay - very clean & efficient with good amenities, friendly, nice atmosphere, good evening meal & breakfast.
Pros: super clean, nice, friendly, good beds, spotless
Cons: communication in English would have been helpful
With a stay at La Casona de Amaido in San Tirso de Abres, you'll be 16.5 mi (26.6 km) from Isla Pancha Lighthouse and 19.3 mi (31 km) from As Catedrais Beach. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A lovely, rustic building set in a quiet pastoral location. The room was clean and spacious. Although I never got a chance to play while we there (because we were out hiking both days), the billiard table was very tempting. Breakfast was good and varied although it was served and not done buffet-style. We had scrambled eggs and ham the first day which is pretty unusual for Spain. Don’t be afraid to ask for more coffee! The accommodation is perfect for children. Be sure to walk the old railway line, not far from the Casona, which follows the river and goes through a number of tunnels. The tunnels are provided with electric lighting.
Cons: We thought there was a microwave and fridge in every room but this was a mistake.