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Plaza Mayor is set in the main square of the Medieval town of Villafranca de Bierzo, in the town center. It offers functional rooms with free WiFi and a flat-screen satellite TV. Everything was clean and well-maintained. Breakfast was fantastic and low-priced.
This charming 18th century mansion lies in the Medieval town of Villafranca del Bierzo, on the Camino de Santiago. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi and mini-bar, plasma-screen TV and a hydromassage shower. Situated in a lovely town this beautiful boutique hotel is so comfortable but also reasonably priced. Rooms are really comfortable, immaculately clean and tastefully furnished. Staff were so helpful - it was a joy to stay and sad to leave
Parador Villafranca del Bierzo is less than 0.6 mi from the center of Villafranca del Bierzo, south of the Ancares Mountains. The hotel features 2 seasonal swimming pools, a terrace and restaurant. This hotel was spacious, beautiful views and friendly staff. We enjoyed everything here.
Albergue el Castillo offers accommodations in Villafranca del Bierzo. The property is located on El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route and offers specific services and facilities for pilgrims. Sonja was so nice in comparison to a lot of other albergues where you’re just a pilgrim coming in, she had incense and a beautiful backyard to enjoy drinks in. Thank you for a very comfortable stay, the mattress was nice and super clean! :)
Overlooking the River Valcarce, 1640 feet from the center of Medieval Villafranca del Bierzo, Hostal Restaurante Méndez is on the Santiago Pilgrimage Route. It offers free Wi-Fi in public areas. Very clean room, high-tech bathroom facilities and amazing river view from the room and great position on El camino.
Hostal Tres Campanas is located 5 minutes' walk from Villafranca de Bierzo Town Center, on the Way of St. James route to Santiago de Compostela. Modernly furnished, rooms have a private bathroom. A perfect place to stay on the Camino. So clean, quiet, and lovely. It is set up for convenience. You can easily do your laundry there, for example. The owner is so kind.
Wonderful small village with a lot of history and points of interest for those interested in culture, history and religion. It has a castle, several palaces, churches and monasteries from 12-16th century. Take the chance to enjoy the wine with the designation of origin of Villafranca!
I am a pilgrim walking along Camino de Santiago. Camino Santiago is going through Villafranco-del-Bierzo. Yo can have rest and good meal at any cafe or restaurant here. They are always ready for pilgrims. The town has special signs for those who walks along Camino, so yes, it is easy to walk around. There are many churches there, a castle and a very beautiful garden which dates back to the 17th century.
This Casa rural is absolutely gorgeous. It's like staying at your grandmothers enchanted cabin in the woods. You are surrounded by Farms and medevil ruins and in the distance on the mountain top there is a castle. Completely enchanting. There is a complete kitchen and grocery stores nearby.
The most attractive town along the Camino laid out along the banks of two rivers. Well preserved old monuments and houses and very clean and well maintained streets and parks. A pleasure to walk around this town
One of the most picturesque towns on the Camino de Santiago. A must stop for any traveler who is walking the Way of Saint James. The town is right on the river and has many ancient building to tour as well as churches to visit. The Door of Forgiveness, Puerte de Perdon, is located in the Inglesia de Santiago which you encounter as you walk into the town. It is a "Romanesque Jewel" according to John Brierly's book Camino de Santiago. We completely agree...not to be missed if you are on a pilgrimage.
For us Peregrinos, Villafranca was historical and interesting. We just would like the explanations of each historical site to be given in English so that we can understand. The Church of Santiago was closed and we were very disappointed because we wanted to go inside to pray. Could it not stay open until mid October? We loved Villafranca and were sad to say goodbye. The mountains all around were beautiful and we found this town to be picturesque. We sampled rhe food at 3 restaurants in Plaza Major - one was not so good but the other two gave lovely food that was value for money.
This hotel was spacious, beautiful views and friendly staff. We enjoyed everything here.