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Located in the small town of Melide, a 5-minute drive from Serra do Carreon Mountains, Hotel Restaurante Xaneiro features rooms with heating and free WiFi. The rooms include a TV, wardrobe, and desk. The bar, hotlel, and kitchen staff all provided excellent and friendy service.. i felt very welcome.
Featuring free WiFi, A Lúa do Camiño offers accommodations in Melide, on the French part of Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Free private parking is available on site. Everything was great, comfortable room with a nice bathroom:) The pool was excellent. Landry area was so nice and clean
Located in Melide, Pensión Pereiro features a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Everything was great! The woman working there was really helpful and friendly, the room was comfortable (the shower - great!) and so was the bed. All in all really good value for money!
Located in Melide, Casa de los Somoza features free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a shared lounge. A terrace can be found at the country house, along with a garden. Everything is perfect. Traditional Galician house, super friendly and helpful staffs, nice nature surrounding, right on the “Camino De Santiago”. Very chill and nice bar and restaurant with style and taste.
Albergue Pereiro is a hostel located in Melide. Free WiFi access is available. Each bright dormitory room has heating, as well as a balcony and a terrace with views of the city. Clean, neat and tidy. Good price for what you get. Places to hang up washing. Small but well stocked kitchen.
Featuring a bar, Albergue San Anton is located in Melide. This hostel offers free WiFi, a terrace and shared lounge and TV area, and it is set 66 feet from San Anton Church. Four bed room so it wasn’t crowded. Luckily for me, all my bunk mates were three happy Spaniard women. The blankets were thick duvet style and made the comfort homey. The room had the best window to the street. I felt safe. Other pluses are: Outdoor lounge furniture Laundry facilities Private restrooms with toilet, shower, and sink were the best part of this albergue. Room was quiet. I had best bunk mates. Lovely place— Thank you.
Located in Melide, 29 mi from Portomarin, Despertar con el sonido de los pajaros features a shared lounge and free WiFi. There is a seating and a dining area in all units. Large room spotlessly clean Kind friendly host Very quiet location Interior seemed recently renovated
Arraigos is located in Melide. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. One of my favourite places to stay in Santiago after the Camino. The rooms are spacious, clean and wonderfully light. We will definitely be coming back again soon!
Atmosphere around town was good- friendly and helpful people made it feel safe. Good Sunday market. Ate great churros in a churreria on the Main Street and tried the speciality-octupus. Could see that it was enjoyed by many. I managed to try it but it wasn't for me-I'm known for my fussiness with food. The Pulpería where we had the octopus was worth visiting.
Spent one night here while walking the Camino, great place to stop with good choice of restaurants offering something different to the menu of the day. Also a great launderette here with detergent built into the machine and price
Before you enter Melide there is a quaint little village it is more pleasant. The people very friendly and welcoming. The town itself is along street with very unfriendly locals. Staff in restaurant not nice either. If I was staying here again I would walk back to the little village on the way in for food and drink. Beside the river.
The town of Melide is definitely worth a stop if you are on the Camino walk. In stead of taking the very long walk all the way from Pales de Rei to Arzūa I recommend to take a rest in Melide in the mittle. Good accommodation, restaurants and sites makes it worth while.
On May 1st practically everything was closed. Nothing to do and little offer of restaurants. The famous octopus of Melide turned out not to be any better than what you can get elsewhere in Galicia or even other parts of Spain.
We went to a number of places of interest including the ancient church. The town has a variety of shops and we had a super lunch in the bar at the centre of the town. It is an easy town to get around on foot.
Everything was perfect, thank you.