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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. The outside of the building belies what one finds inside. It is a lovely place. Two full bathrooms, dining room, lovely kitchen, and the bedrooms are clean and comfortable.
This pleasant guest house is set in a quiet rural setting in Moratinos, a small town on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route. It offers comfortable rooms with a balcony, TV and free Wi-Fi. Room is spacious and clean. You have view on meseta from your window.
Located in Moratinos, El Castillo de Moratinos has a garden, shared lounge, bar, and free WiFi throughout the property. Villa Romana La Olmeda is 15 miles from the hostel. All rooms have bed linen. Super convenient to the camino, clean and affordable, great owner and he has a restaurant around the corner......amazing food...great camino experience for me!
Albergue LaMorena has a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and bar in Ledigos. The property is non-smoking throughout and is located 13 miles from Villa Romana La Olmeda. Fabulous dinner at the restaurant not your usual Camino food. They have little extras like fruits, bottled water, foot cream and chocolate in the room. Very comfortable bed and hot shower.
Located in Ledigos, 13 miles from Villa Romana La Olmeda, Casa Rural Vereda provides a living room with a flat-screen TV, and free WiFi. One of best places we have ever stayed. The top floor deck was a perfect way begin and end a day. The beer tap in the kitchen from their own brewery was a wonderful surprise.
This city has exceptional historic monuments and patrimony that are priceless! So much history here, especially with regard to Sahagún’s essential and key role in expanding the European culture and Christianity during the Middle Ages! A truly culturally and historically rich city definitely worth visiting!
It is a typical small Spanish town where the Santiago pilgrims pass through but we found a great bar in the square with excellent food and had a good one night stop over at a lovely hostal called Domis Vitorias which we can recommend.
Everything was brand new and working perfect. Great location with many choices for eating and walking around this lovely town. the facility is owned and run by 3 brothers an a sister-in-law. They excel taking care of the peregrinos. The facility has a nice elevator and the rooms, bed, and shower facilities are at the level of an expensive hotel. Fabulous value!
We expected a small hotel but this was a room in a large apartment with shared kitchen and sitting room. There were no other guests but it would have been a bit awkward had we been sharing the premises. reception was friendly and efficient, location very central to Camino and to the train station, great café very close by. very clean and quiet.
lovely characterful hotel very friendly and helpful staff good room good food