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Set along the Camino de Santiago, Hotel San Antón Abad is former hospital for pilgrims built in 1377. It preserves its original design featuring classic furniture and tastefully decorated rooms. The openess of the receptionist and hotel procedures. They adviced us that there were festivities in Villafranca and music was to be loud. We saw the message too late for a change. But, the party was good and we could still enjoy a good rest.
Set in Belorado city center, Pension Toñi features accommodations with private terraces. Free WiFi is included. The owners are very friendly and helping with whatever you need. The rooms are amazingly comfortable and clean. I stayed here 5 years ago and since then the rooms got upgraded, more comfortable, modern. I definitely recommend this place.
Located on the Camino de Santiago, Pilgrimmage Route, Albergue de Peregrinos Cuatro Cantones offers shared rooms with free WiFi, an on-site restaurant and a swimming pool open all year round. This is a big, busy, friendly, very well run albergue! The dinner was great. The staff is very helpful.
Hostel.B is offering accommodations in Belorado. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a shared lounge and a tour desk, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Perfect albergue. Very nice and clean. Excellent breakfast. Buffet style
Located in Belorado, Hotel La Huella Del Camino features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The staff were fabulous. Very attentive and took a lot of pride in their establishment. Clean and comfortable. Nice bar and restaurant. Would not hesitate to stay again.
Offering an outdoor pool, a garden, a terrace and free WiFi in public areas, Albergue de Peregrinos A Santiago hostel is located in Belorado. San Pedro Square is a 5-minute walk from the property. The pool, the food, the bed, the price, the fact that it's the first place you come to off the camino and it looks inviting
Not much there, but is an important stop for a place to stay for the Camino. There was an insufficient number of available places to stay. Many pilgrims ended up taking a bus to Burgos to get a place to sleep.
Staff very pleasant and helpful. Good pilgrim kitchen facilities. The hotel is on the main road with lots of lorries but hotel has quadruple glazing so very quiet.
Very rustic and charming little hotel. Felt like we had stepped back in time. An authentic very small town rural experience ... warm and clean.