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Hotel Rural Oasibeth features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Frómista. This 3-star hotel offers room service, a concierge service and free WiFi. The hotel has family rooms. Super beautiful hotel and an incredibly nice hostess! We had a very tasty menu and breakfast and a very nice and clean room.
The Eco-Hotel Doña Mayor, located 1969 feet from the emblematic church of San Martín, on the Camino de Santiago, offers individually designed rooms with great charm. The staff were so efficient, friendly and helpful. Whilst I have found all people on the Camino friendly, the staff here were outstanding.
Pension La Via Lactea is set in Frómista, 19 mi from Palencia and next to Camino de Santiago Route. All rooms are exterior and come with a flat-screen TV. Don’t look any further. Very well received. Treated really well. The place is made to feel like home with antique furniture, crown moulding and beautiful floors. The host even received us with a cold bottle of water each.
Located between Burgos and León, on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, this rural hotel offers free internet access and a 24-hour reception. Each room includes flat-screen TV and a balcony. The host and the garden. Carmen is a exquisite host who is willing to help anybody, she made our stay the absolute best! There’s a lovely garden to enjoy inside or outside and our dog loved every second there. Carmen makes your stay feel like staying with family.
A beautiful small town right on the Camino de Santiago. Full of character, lots of charming architecture, a delightful bakery with breakfast/coffee facilities and friendly staff. Also an hostel El Apostel in the plaza, with a kind owner who took us in late at night...highly recommended.
Fromista is a pleasant little town on the Camino Santiago Pilgrim's route with not a lot to see apart from its 3 Churches. Two can be visited while the third has been turned into a tourist attraction.
Famous for its Romanesque church of St. Martin, it is actually nothing more than a less-than-interesting reconstruction of what the church could have looked like in the XII century. There is very little to do in Frómista besides visiting this and the bigger church of St. Peter. Go to "Los Palmeros" for a really good dinner.
The staff were so efficient, friendly and helpful. Whilst I have found all people on the Camino friendly, the staff here were outstanding.