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This converted farmhouse is located in the village of Galleguillos del Campo, 40 minutes’ drive from León. It offers an indoor pool, fitness center and a large garden with mini golf. We loved everything about this property—the room, the gardens, the food and the service
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.
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!
Hotel Rural Casa El Cura features a restaurant a shared lounge and garden in Calzadilla de los Hermanillos. Featuring a concierge service, this property also provides guests with a terrace. It was a family owned property run by a lovely couple. While enjoying a cocktail the husband brought us out a platter of olives and tomatoes and then a basket of freshly picked cigs.. the Pilgrim menu had lots of variety where the dishes were all homemade! The fish soup, chicken noodle soup, lamb stew and roasted red pepper dishes were very good!! We would recommend a stay there
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.
I loved walking out of Sargagun. It's a dirty dingy uninteresting unfriendly town. There's nowhere to eat. I got a frozen half heated pizza from a dark bar at 9.30pm. On arrival we had one beer at the most unfriendly bar across from our accomm. Some people should just stay out of hospitality. There are plenty of smaller towns with better everything not too far away.
Clean, basic and functional, poor food offering and staff attitude not welcoming. Disappointed, our least favourite place to stay during our 3 week car tour of Iberia and will not be returning here. Best feature was the interesting old bridge over the river.
Love this town on the Camino. A bit sleepy but lovely people. Peregrinos, make sure you get your " Halfway Compostela" at the museaum of La Peregrina ( sorry, can't remember the full name of the place) as this is both the end of the Camino Madrid and the midway point of the Camino Frances.
It's a small town but a very nice stop for people walking the Camino,lots of old buildings and history.Its small enough to walk around,and there are nice tapas bars in the little square,The Irish bar isn't remotely Irish but the cafe opposite is very popular