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Accommodation after Cea?

John Markham

John Markham
Time of past OR future Camino
have done 4...did sjpdp to Santiago in March 2017
Greetings from sunny Cea. Are there any hostels between Cea and A Laxe? Hostel in Castro Dozon is closed
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Casa Bubela, only 9 spaces and a slightly price-gouging price of €30pp for shared room.

Hostal A Taberna de Vento, again not many rooms and was fully booked when i called the day before.

I ended up walking to Lalín. In retrospect at 30km it wasn't all that far from Laxe.
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I'd recommend cafeteria nevada for it's extensive pincho menu. They're not gourmet but they are filling and free/low cost with a drink! The semi vegetal hotdog was good
I'd recommend cafeteria nevada for it's extensive pincho menu. They're not gourmet but they are filling and free/low cost with a drink! The semi vegetal hotdog was good
Thanks for the tip
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Hi John!

Since you haven't mentioned Oseria I presume you're going the left route.

Well, you have several options on the way to A Laxe. There's a new albergue in Piñor and after that there's Hostal Ateneo, the in Castro Dozon there's Casa Dozón, the at Estación de Lalín there's Hostal A Taberna De Vento.

A Laxe albergue has a mosquito problem. So be warned.

All the info is here: https://www.viadelaplataguide.net/guide/listofplaces#cea

Hope you and the family are keeping well.

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Last November I just did the long walk from Cea to A Laxe where the municipal albergue was excellent and at that time No mosquito plague (See Gerald Kelly's comment later in this thread). Just the facilities needed as we had had lots of wet weather that day.
Local Resto on the camino served a great supper (13€ inc. vino) and a good coffee the next morning before a gentle walk to Bandeira.
I then took a longish walk to Deseiro where the Reina Lupa Hostel (with adjoining resto) was just superb and then only 10k to SDC.

Bon Camino
Thanks for all this info. In the end we went to Lalin Centro albergue, where the hostess Elena very kindly gave us the private room. Onto Bandeira tomorrow. One day at a time....

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