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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 are amazing. We arrived around 6 PM after a long day on the Camino. Laura was amazing. She prepared a pizza even though the restaurant was closed. She also did a wash for us. The breakfast is amazing as well.
Located in Frómista, Albergue Luz de Frómista provides accommodations with private balconies. The property has a shared kitchen and a shared lounge for guests. House with pleasant atmosphere and touch of history with very nice owners. It was the best albergue experience that we had on Camino so far.
Located in central Frómista and on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, HOTEL RURAL San Pedro offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. Each attractive room at HOTEL RURAL San Pedro has bright, modern décor. Love all the cute touches the owner does to make her guests feel right at home. Decorations and candy everywhere! Very nice buffet breakfast.
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. Location convenient to Camino de Santiago, Fromista and motorway
Located in Boadilla del Camino, En El Camino has a bar, shared lounge, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. Staff on site can arrange a shuttle service. This was probably our favourite accommodation so far on the Camino. One big reason is that it’s the first place that was totally quiet! All we could hear at night were the birds - so lovely. Also the room was very clean, great shower, comfortable beds. The food at the restaurant was good and the pilgrim meal in the evening was also good. This is a family run place and the brother who served us in the restaurant and took us to our room was a lot of fun. Highly recommend this place!
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.
We stopped in Frómista on the way to our final destination. It's very small, but the Romanesque church was interesting and there happened to be a free guitar concert the night we were there. There are also 3 other churches worth seeing. Because the town is full of pilgrims on the Road to Santiago, there were lots of affordable places to eat and a very convivial atmosphere among travelers.