Xunta (56, 8€) Albergue de Triacastela, to your left as you enter the town. Laundry facilities. Basic old-style Xunta albergue. Tel 982 548 087 Open 13:00
Private (12, 12€) Albergue Lemos, just off the Camino to the right. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Private rooms. Website www.pensionalberguelemos.com Tel 677 117 238 Open 11:00
Private (14, 11€, Easter to October) Albergue A Horta de Abel, on the Camino on the right. In a nicely restored stone house. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Good reports. Private rooms. Tel 608 080 556 Open 12:00
Private (20, 10€, February to November) Albergue Atrio, on the Camino on the right. Kitchen, Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Private rooms. Tel 699 504 958 Open 12:00
Private (27, 10€) Albergue Oribio, on the main road to the right of the Camino. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Tel 616 774 558 Open 12:00
Private (45, 11€) Complexo Xacobeo, in a modern building on the Camino on the left. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Café / restaurant, a little further along the street. Private rooms. Website www.complexoxacobeo.com Tel 982 548 037
Private (38, 10€, May to October) Albergue Aitzenea, down a street to the right near the main road. Kitchen, laundry facilities. In a nice old stone house. Website www.aitzenea.com Tel 646 565 670 Open 11:00
Private (26, 9€) Albergue Berce do Camiño, on the Camino on the right. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Tel 619 468 210 Open 09:00
Cafés, restaurants, a bank on the Camino and a pharmacy a little off it, signposted. Restaurante Complexo Xacobeo opens for breakfast and does a good Pilgrim Menu. There's a very well-stocked supermarket on the corner opposite Albergue Aitzenea (off the Camino to the right).
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