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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. This is a cool hotel right on the Camino. Worth a small splurge for a break. Nice staff and cool rooms.
Set in a restored building, dating from 1810, this design hotel is 15 mi from Burgos and 3.1 mi from Villafranca Montes de Oca. It offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. Most definitely the cutest boutique hotel I have ever stayed in, fabulous staff who went the whole mile to please me, even kept the restaurant open for my late arrival. Immaculate room and bathroom. Will always stay here on my way through Spain.
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. A very comfortable albergue fir Camino pilgrims with a lovely garden/lawn with swimming pool in back yard. A popular restaurant AND a kitchen where pilgrims are welcome to cook. We were in a room with three bunks beds with large window to small terrace. Updated bathroom facilities were very clean. Best private albergue yet!
Offering an outdoor pool, a garden, a terrace and free Wi-Fi in public areas, Hotel A Santiago is located in Belorado. Santo Domingo de la Calzada is a 13 mi away. Hotel facilities met and exceeded expectations. Staff were friendly and provided very good service.
There is nothing to do there, then just relax. There is a shop, where you can find the most necessary things there. The restaurant also has some choice, and the vegans would have to do with french fries and a salad, which is not that bad. I have seen that people do not stop there much on the way to Santiago. The path from Villafranca was well-marked, you just have to follow the path, even though I was most nervous about walking the section from there, it worked well.
There is nothing to do in Villafranca Montes de Oca. Even the church is locked. It's a very small village right on the noisy N-120. It's not worth staying unless you have to because you're walking the Camino de Santiago and have run out of energy. There is a hotel there that allows visitors (pilgrims) to sit in the garden, even eat your own food. Without this garden my visit would have been a disaster. As it was, the sun shone and I had a relaxing afternoon.
Main road running through town - very little sidewalk to avoid large (& speeding) trucks. Very little open (even before/after siesta) so refilling on water difficult. Hotel only place to eat - but great food.
This is a small town on the Camino Santiago path which straddles the N120 to Burgos. The Church of Santiago has an unusual and attractive shell font. A 2 mile walk takes you to the hermitage of the Virgen de Oca (closed) and the Fountain of Pozo de San Indalcio - bit of a ruin....disapointing
Very rustic and charming little hotel. Felt like we had stepped back in time. An authentic very small town rural experience ... warm and clean.