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Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Pensión LO offers accommodations in O Pedrouzo, located on El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and cafeteria. Close to the Camino and the laundry services were great. They also have a bar on site and offer food delivery.
Set in O Pedrouzo, Albergue Mirador de Pedrouzo has a bar, shared lounge, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. It's a beautiful facility, possibly an old mansion? Lodging is in quads, so everyone is not piled in one room. Bed have partitions between them, which allows some privacy. I had reserved a lower bunk, but was first shown to an upper bunk; I insisted, and my reservation was honored. The washing machine did not complete the cycle correctly, and the host resolved it helpfully-and hung my clothes when they were ready! Muchos gracias!
Set in O Pedrouzo, 16 mi from Oca, Hotel Rural O Acivro offers a bar and free WiFi. A continental breakfast is available every morning at restaurant O Acivro. The Hotel is actually on the Camino route and is 1.5 km walk to the town. They have a coffee shop /restaurant with bar on site for a nice beverage,lunch or a snack. They have a fab laundry room with free washing up detergent and plenty of clothes lines. THE POOL WAS AMAZING so refreshing and clean. Very Relaxing Hotel. We really enjoyed staying her for the two nights before we heading into Santiago de Compostela.
Located in O Pedrouzo, Pension Diana features a shared lounge, garden, BBQ facilities, and free WiFi throughout the property. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace.... The host, Diana, was one of the most welcoming hostesses we met on the Camino. The room itself was comfortable, and had nice touches, such as candy on the table. The water was hot, the room quiet. And the cozy blankets were also a nice touch. Diana treated us to cheese and fig confit in the evening, and offered us hot water to make tea. Very kind and welcoming.
Albergue Espiritu Xacobeo is located in O Pedrouzo and has a garden and a terrace. A bit utilitarian facility, but new and very clean and absolutely convenient a few km before O Pedruso. Great host. Located in a small village just a 100m from camino, and while closest supermercato is located 2 km away, didn't found it to be a problem. Served the purpose well, and will stay here again if there is a possibility.
Set in O Pedrouzo, Albergue O Burgo features a garden and terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Very welcoming, had a dehumidifer to dry the wet walking boots.Nice cafe next door that did a huge pilgrims meal for 10euros
Located in O Pedrouzo, Pensión O Muiño has a bar, shared lounge, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Boasting a tour desk, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Great staff. Great location. Very reasonable price. Comfortable!
Beautiful new albergue in Pedrouzo just at the entry of town. Electrical at each bed for charging; solid wood bunks; multitude of clean large bathroom/shower facilities Restaurants across the street are great for camino pilgrim gatherings
Perhaps I saw it at its worst, a public holiday. It felt like a ghost town. Can’t recall name of restaurant I ate in but it was on the Main Street, had two rooms with long tables in the middle of each room, so as a solo diner I felt fine. Friendly and good food at reasonable prices.
Very good, the lady that helped me with my check is very nice, professional en friendly. I will highly recommend Pension O Pedrouzo if your are walking along the Camino de Santiago. It was a great stay, the place was clean and with everything you need.
O Pedrouza was a perfect overnight stay for walking the Camino between Arzua and Santiago. There are a number of restaurants alongside the apartment and a supermarket approx 200 notes down the street.
Too busy and the staff of restaurants and bars is not adequate to the amount of people they have to serve, so you end up waiting forever for your meal. Staff is generally quite rude. Also, a part from those four or five bars there’s not much else to do.
This is a small town and it is great for a convenient overnight stop whilst walking the Camino Way. We ate in the cafe/restaurant attached to the hotel it was okay! It was just one road with a few shops and a lovely little Catholic church behind the main road.