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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. At first, the location quiet and behind an old church. The entrance was impressive and very clean al trou out the whole hotel. I appreciate the precautions the took for COVID 19. We travelled with a disabled person and his room was very well adjusted. We had a hearty supper and a generous buffet breakfast. The staff very helpfully and friendly, from the beginning until the end. We only stayed for one night but I recommend it for even a longer time of period.
Providing barbecue facilities, Casa de la Serenidad provides accommodations in Villanasur-Río de Oca. We really liked the decorations and the owners were kind and friendly, you can park your car right outside and it's a very tranquil setting. Roosters will chant in the morning and the views are beautiful.
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. First class privately run hotel. Nicely furnished rooms each on a different theme. We were served an excellent evening meal and drank good wines at a fair price.
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. What an amazing place! This was my second stay here, and it was a very nice feeling to come back. I felt me so welcome and everything here is really for every pilgrims best. I had a long day behind me, many hours walking and it was so wonderful to stay here and relax. Very clean, nice location, great staff.
Set 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. A fantastic guest house, with connected restaurant, on the Camino de Santiago trail just a little way from the main square in the centre of town. There is ample free parking available in an open space immediately to the side of the property, if perhaps a bit tricky to get to for the uninitiated. All the staff were ultra friendly and helpful. The bedrooms and bathrooms were wonderfully furnished / equipped and very clean. The available breakfast was a fixed selection for a reasonable price (6 EUR) and was served very efficiently. I do not hesitate to highly recommend this guest house to anyone for a short stay, whether walking the Camino or otherwise just passing through the region. Just one word of caution, however, for anyone arriving by car. Initially my SatNav took me down a one-way street that eventually became too narrow for me to get through. Luckily a resident warned me to go no further and I was able to reverse a little and then exit down a road to the side. I would, therefore, suggest parking the car where possible and then walking the short distance to the property in order to check out how best to drive to it, if necessary by asking at the Guest House reception for directions.
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.