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Albergue San Bruno has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Moratinos. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. We stayed in bunk beds, but not many people stay in this town so it was very quiet and secluded. They serve an Italian dinner which is amazing and you eat family style!
Domus Viatoris is set in Sahagún, León. It offers comfortable rooms in a quiet setting. All rooms in this Mudéjar-style hotel have a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. Staff was excellent, the room was beautiful and clean, the shower was hot-- such a treat to stay there! A wonderful respite from the albergues on the Camino.
This rustic-style guest house is located in Sahagun's center, right in the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, and 4.3 mi from Grajal Castle. It offers a shared terrace and free WiFi. Magnificent hostel with superb hospitality. The room I stayed in was spacious, comfy, and clean. The bathroom was the same and included everything a pilgrim could possibly need. However, the best thing about this place are the hosts: they are very friendly and interesting people. The food and drinks that are served are also very good (the sangria is among the best I’ve had on the whole Camino so far!). Truly the price/quality ratio is exceptional and I would heartily recommend this place to anyone.
Offering free Wi-Fi and a garden, Casa Rural Arturo I is set in Sahagún, on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. The country house is 3 minutes’ walk from San Lorenzo Church. Loved the location off the beaten path by only a few steps. Everything you need within a few steps. We had the whole house to ourselves so as you might gather it was a great stay and I loved making my own dinner in the kitchen.
Located in Calzadilla de la Cueza, Hostal Camino Real provides free WiFi. Carrión de los Condes is 14 mi from the guest house. The nearest airport is Valladolid Airport, 43 mi from Hostal Camino Real. I arrived her after a day of walking on the camino and I was welcomed with open arms and a lot of laughter. They really made you feel at home and when asked for a vegetarian dinner they went out of there way to make me something delicious!
We were SO Happy to see Moratinos while walking late in the day on the Camino de Santiago. We thought we had missed it. It doesn't look at all fancy, but was very comfortable. There's a nice breeze that helped dry our clothes. The thoughtful property management people have lots of lines for weary peregrinos to hang clothes ! Room was clean. Dinner in the hotel café was good too, and folks were friendly. My recommendation is only that the workers think and plan to quit smoking. I wonder if they could arrange to post a "Moratinos" sign maybe two kilometers up the trail so peregrinos would know they're heading the right direction. This was our first intro to 'bodegas' - an interesting bit of history into the area!...mm