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Hotel Montero features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Mondoñedo. This 1-star hotel offers a shared kitchen and a tour desk. Everything about the hotel was perfect, staff really kind and helpful. Close to the Camino . Rooms were really comfortable and clean.
Set in Mondoñedo, Camino de Estrellas features a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Perfect place with all you might need during your travel. Room was very cosy, cleen with very comfortable bad. Place is situated near the Cathedra.
Located in Mondoñedo, El Albergue del Montero has a garden, terrace and free WiFi. The accommodations features a shared kitchen, a shared lounge and organizing tours for guests. Great restaurant onsite. Huge spacious leisure area, lots of sun, very comfortable seating. One of my favourite albergues
Located in the countryside outside Mondoñedo, A Casa de Mañas features charming rooms with hydromassage showers. Set in a country house, it is surrounded by gardens and offers free WiFi. Beautiful, house with an elegant decoration in the middle of a private property full of trees, next to the forest. We'll be back.
Providing a shared garden, Casa Pedrosa are apartments set in a 17th-century building in Mondoñedo. They feature free WiFi and free parking. Catedrales Beach is 20 minutes' drive away. A lovely apartment with a great atmosphere close to great bakery, but also the main square.
A sad town dominated by the motorway and viaduct that has sucked out the livelihood of what was and could still be a beautiful place. Rows of empty shops and streets of unoccupied town houses, several recommended restaurants and bars closed and virtually nobody visiting and buying except pilgrims passing by. Beautiful cathedral and cloisters surrounded by a few bars and multiple pharmacies perhaps making a living from selling anti depressants. Nevertheless we enjoyed our visit and stay at The Montero.
Liked the old town and cathedral. The pilgrims on their way to Santiago also makes the churches more 'alive' than when it's just tourists. As a small town 'boy' I also liked the smaller scale of this town and the easy access with car, even to the older parts.
The town of Mondoñedo is close to A Casa De Mañas, you will need a car though. The town is very interesting with lots of historical features. The cathedral and museum are well worth a visit but there are many other things to see as well. The ambience of the town was lovely and very friendly. There are cafes and bars and lots of little shops too.