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This 18th-century building is located in Villarmentero de Campos, 25 minutes’ drive from Palencia. It offers free bicycle hire and country-style rooms with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Conveniently located right on the Camino trail, this cute little hotel feels like a cozy home inside. The dinning area was clean and also cozy and meal was freshly cooked chicken and salad with amazing wine. The wine was delicious and I bought an extra bottle to send ahead to my next stop! Also there was a lovely secured back lounge area with a pool- I arrived late but this would have been such a fun place to spend more than 1 day :-)
Located between Burgos and León, on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, this rural hotel offers free internet access and a 24-hour reception. Each room includes flat-screen TV and a balcony. The host and the garden. Carmen is a exquisite host who is willing to help anybody, she made our stay the absolute best! There’s a lovely garden to enjoy inside or outside and our dog loved every second there. Carmen makes your stay feel like staying with family.
Pension La Via Lactea is set in Frómista, 19 mi from Palencia and next to Camino de Santiago Route. All rooms are exterior and come with a flat-screen TV. Don’t look any further. Very well received. Treated really well. The place is made to feel like home with antique furniture, crown moulding and beautiful floors. The host even received us with a cold bottle of water each.
It is a quiet & peaceful small village, very friendly people. If you want to stay, there is a hotel "La Casona de Doña Petra". It has an outdoor pool and restaurant. I recommend a very good restaurant "Palomar Del Camino" in the next village "Villalcázar de Sirga". The staff speak English and serve traditional Spanish food.
Tiny village. The mediaeval church was not open and probably very rarely used. There are more mediaeval churches in this relatively poor part of Spain than anywhere else in the world. It's a pity more of us don't visit to see them. Though if you are on the Camino trail you will know this.