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Private hostel (100, 6€, March to October) A Santiago, on the right of the Camino before entering the town. Kitchen, laundry facilities, swimming pool. Café / restaurant. Cramped dorms. Website www.a-santiago.es Tel 947 562 164  Book here!
Municipal hostel (45, 8€) El Corro, to the left of the Camino, on Calle Mayor. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Evening meal. Tel 947 581 419 Open 10:30
Parish hostel (20, 5€, Easter to October) Refugio Parroquial de Belorado, on the Camino beside the church, Iglesia de Santa María. Kitchen. Run by volunteers. In a converted theatre. Basic. Tel 947 580 085 Open 13:00
Private hostel (22, 6€, March to October) Caminante, left off the Camino, signposted. Laundry facilities and microwaves. Evening meals. Breakfast. Also private rooms. Tel 947 580 231 Open 10:00
Private hostel (62, 8€, March to November) Cuatro Cantones, on the Camino on the right in the centre of town. Basic kitchen, laundry facilities, swimming pool. Café / restaurant. Breakfast. Website www.cuatrocantones.com Tel 947 580 591 Open 12:30 Book here!
Private hostel (24, 15€) El Salto, a little off the Camino at then end of the town. Microwaves. Café / restaurant. In a renovated old building with a nice garden. New in 2017. Website www.elsalto.eu Tel 669 415 636 Open 12:00

Cafés on the Camino. On Plaza Mayor are a supermarket, cafés, banks and tourist information, to get there turn left when you see Albergue Cuatro Cantones ahead on the right. Pharmacy on Calle Cercas, left off the Camino. The food in Albergue Cuatro Cantones has been recommended. Café Bulevar on Plaza Mayor is good for tapas. Fiestas San Vitores 26 August.

Other accommodation options

(NOTE: check the location carefully, some accommodation is not on the Camino)

Albergue Cuatro Cantones (Exclusivo para Peregrinos)Hostel.BHotel A SantiagoHotel JacobeoHotel La Huella Del CaminoPension Toñi

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