Pilgrims

El The Camino de Santiago (or St. James Way) is one of the best-known spiritual, religious and cultural experiences in the history of humankind. Pilgrims from all over the world follow different historical routes leading to the Cathedral of Santiago. Asturias is on two of these routes: one borders the coast and the other goes inland. The inland route is what the first pilgrims used to get to Santiago de Compostela and is called “The Primitive Route”

Double room 60 euros  
Individual room 40 euros

These prices include accommodation, VAT and a special breakfast for pilgrims.

Special services for piligrims

  • Dinner service in the manor house costs between 9 and 20 euros
  • Laundry and clothes drying is free
  • Restorative welcome gift for pilgrims
  • Specialized feet care kit, 4 euros
  • Ultrella energy kit to endure the walk, 4 euros
  • Baggage transportation service from 1 euro/km
  • Area to clean boots and bikes outside the hotel
  • Free wifi, computer and St. James Way information available