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El Acebo de San Miguel

Private Hostel (32, 7€, February to November) Albergue Mesón El Acebo, on the left on the Camino. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. There's a separate dorm in another building which they open when this one is full. Website www.mesonelacebo.es Tel 987 695 074 Open 12:00
Parish Hostel (24, donativo, Easter to October) Albergue Parroquial Apóstol Santiago, a little to the left of the Camino near the end of the village. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Communal evening meal. Breakfast. Pilgrim discussion before meal. Welcoming. Open 12:00
Private hostel (100, 10€, closed Christmas and New Year) La Casa del Peregrino, a little past the village on the left with more flags than the UN. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Swimming pool. Shop. Reported to be like a hotel! Website www.alberguelacasadelperegrino.es Tel 987 057 793 Open 11:00 Book here!

Cafés and a small shop on the Camino.

Other accommodation options

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

Albergue La Casa Del PeregrinoHostal Rural La Casa del PeregrinoLa Trucha del Arco Iris

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