Refuge in Manjarín

Refuge in Manjarín

Number of beds  35
Cost of bed (€)  Donate
Included in price
Refuge facilities
(See key below)
 K
Telephone
Street Address  Next to the road
Website or email address
 Key: Alt.=Alternative route;
Cred=Credential;
B=bed breakfast;
M=Menu;
B=Breakfast;
W=Washing facilities;
D=Drying facilities;
@=Internet;
K=Kitchen;
V=Vending machine;
P=Picnic pack;
Rte=Restaurant 
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4 Replies to “Refuge in Manjarín”

  1. I adored my time at this albergue. It is run by a Templar called Sir Tomas, with a number of helpers, and is designed in a medieval style. It is simple, welcoming and very very spiritual. It really is a place not to be missed for those interested in a historical perspective as well as those with a sense of mystery and interest in a deep mystical Christian experience. Amazing. Thank you Sir Tomas for a wonderful night’s stay.

  2. An experience not to be missed. This is what the Camino of hundreds of years ago must have looked and felt like. When I stayed, the hospitalero introduced a sacred relic to us and we all prayed together and, in all honesty, I have never had such a profound experience in my life. That night I felt connected to every living thing. Unforgettable and life changing. You have to stay here for a night and experience it yourself.