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Hotel Montero features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Mondoñedo. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Everything about the hotel was perfect, staff really kind and helpful. Close to the Camino . Rooms were really comfortable and clean.
Located in Mondoñedo, El Albergue del Montero has a garden, terrace and free WiFi. The property has a shared kitchen, a shared lounge and organizing tours for guests. Very welcoming staff, very clean kitchen and bathrooms, fresh linens and towels, laundry facility... all a tired pilgrim can ask fir at the end of a long day. Also, amenities closed by.
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. Spacious minimalist modern interior in a beautifully restored historic building. Secure private parking and garden. Our host Valentin was gracious and took great pride in telling us about the local amenities and history of this stunning town.
Surrounded by the nature, this country house is set in a rural area 2.5 mi outside Mondoñedo. Finca El Remanso features a terrace, library and a garden with outdoor seating area. Luis, the owner, will arrange everything that you have a great stay. Communication works as well in English. The finca is situated in a very quiet area surrounded by a huge and beautiful garden. Breakfast time is flexible by your choice and you will get a good breakfast selection.
Located in Lourenzá, Casa Rural Norita features a bar, shared lounge, garden, and free WiFi. The guest house provides garden views and a terrace. Stunning, peaceful location. We taxied there from Lourenza at the end of one of the last stages of our walk on the Camino Del Norte. Beautifully restored rustic property, wonderful sheltered outdoor seating where we enjoyed visiting, guitar, wine. Super delightful, attentive,and helpful hosts. Enjoyed a quiet, serene sleep on comfortable beds with really nice bed linen—and a great breakfast! Incredible value. Would love to visit there again.
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.
A beautiful house with lots of wood and character. The owner was fantastic and very welcoming with limited English, a charming man.I recommend the basement room as the best. I stayed on the 1st floor as well.
The. Cathedral with its figure the arrived from England in 1552, and the really old frescoes and walnut church furniture are worth seeing. The Tourist Information just off the cathedral square had 2 staff on duty who were very helpful, with excellent English.