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All reviewsde losbeautiful placeformer monasterycamino francesstayed longeroutskirts of townold churchrooms are largewell worth a visitparador stylewide varietynice towelsgrand hotelwooden shuttersreception areaon dutyfabulous hotel
I stayed here toward the beginning of my pilgrimage to Santiago. This is no longer a functional or semi-functional monastery, as some of the places you will encounter on the Camino. There are no monks or any religious observances. Unfortunately, I missed lunch (I was...More
This property is more like a parador. This beautiful royal monastery is part hotel and part church and cloister. The first reference to it when it was dedicated to St. John the Baptist in 948. It was a refuge and hospital for pilgrims. As befitting...More
My wife and I stayed here for one night during our recent hike along the Camino. The rooms were very comfortable and quiet. The restaurant provided an excellent dinner, and the grounds are also very nice. Highly recommended.
A restful and beautiful place to land during a cycling tour of the Camino de Santiago. The attention to small details, music haunting the halls with monks chanting, perfectly manicured lawns and well maintained sculptures all made this an other worldly oasis after 100kms of...More
Stayed in the hotel with three friends when doing the Camino, beautiful hotel, really peaceful. Amazing grounds, staff were very nice. The bar/restaurant area was lovely. Very reasonably priced for what you get.