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Located in Vega de Valcarce, Las Rocas has a restaurant and a terrace. Guests can enjoy garden views. On the camino trail, gorgeous private double room with balcony and own bathroom overlooking the river, amazing food served across the road - highly recommend
Located in Vega de Valcarce, Casa Rural Pandelo has self-catering accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The property has mountain views and is 25 miles from Las Médulas. We had a beautiful chalet type house -upstairs bedrooms were en suite with balconies .Downstairs was a very large sitting room with kitchenette and a front patio -very private as it was off the road.
Offering a terrace and views of the mountains, El Rincon Del Apostol Hostel is located in Ambasmestas. Free private parking is available on site. The hostess was delightful, the room pristine, the evening meal delicious, and the breakfast coffee cake yummy.
Located in the village of Ambasmestas, CTR Ambasmetas offers free Wi-Fi, free private parking and a traditional restaurant. It is just a 2-minute drive from Junction 420 of the A-6 Motorway. Such good service and support This hotel must be known to all tourists
Albergue Casa del Pescador is set in Ambasmestas, on El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, 22 mi from Ponferrada and 11 mi from O Cebreiro. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Perfect location, nice people, great food, good accomodation. I enjoyed my stay here very much!!
Located in Ruitelán, El rincón de Pin features a garden, BBQ area and free WiFi throughout the property. The hostel has family rooms. A continental breakfast is available daily at the hostel. Very clean and the host is very helpful. He ran and booked a taxi for the next morning for me. I enjoyed his dinner and the communal meal.
Located on El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, Paraiso del Bierzo is a renovated 19th-century butter factory, 25 mi from Ponferrada. Great hosts, beautiful room and lovely building. Food was good and it was nice to not have to walk to another restaurant for dinner.
A lot was closed when I came through because it is late in the pilgrim season (November) but if you come between March and September it is a beautiful valley and a good starting spot for the climb to O Cebreiro. The town is very small so it is easy to walk to everything.
No restaurants were open--everyone was rude and would not tell us when they would be open--I would not stay here--I would stay back down the road at Albergue Casa El Pescador--best food and nicest people!
Finding dinner there was tricky. We walked out of one place when the waiter informed us (after waiting on everyone else who arrived after us that we'd have to wait 30 minutes. We went instead to the Sarracin which had zero charm but the best food we've had so far on the Camino.