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Accommodation between Santarem and Tomar?

Stephen

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Twice walked from St Jean to Estella and once from Sarria to Santiago. Maybe someday I'll find the time to do the entire walk.
I've found the time. Just completed SJPP to Santiago. 25 Aug to 1st Oct, 2016.
And now the Portuguese from Lisbon.
#1
I'm in Santarem at the moment and am looking for any type of accommodation before Tomar. Somewhere equidistant between the two would be favourite.
Any suggestions gratefully received.
 
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Albertinho

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I'm in Santarem at the moment and am looking for any type of accommodation before Tomar.
Any suggestions gratefully received.
Solo Duro in Golegã , pensão Bras in Alvaiazére Hotel in Ansião. Forgot the name
But if I see it I will post it here.
 
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Golega:
My guidebook says it is on Caminho and 31.2ks from Santarem. Golega to Tomar 30ks.
Alb. Inn Golega. E15-35 T.933 493 397, rua da Cunha Franco Bolco 17
Alb. Solo Duro. Priv. E10 incl. T.249 976 802, rua Jose Relvas 119
Casa Rural. Casa da Tia Guida.E30. No address given.
Hostal. O Te. E10-30 T.249 976 404 rua Jose Relvas 119
Alb. Das Ademas. E10. T.918 310 195, Rua Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos
Casa do Largo. E55 T.249 104 850, Largo 5 de Outubro

Good travelling and Bom Caminho
Gerard
 
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jsalt

Jill
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Portugués, Francés, Le Puy, Rota Vicentina, De Soulac, Norte
#4
I'm in Santarem at the moment and am looking for any type of accommodation before Tomar. Somewhere equidistant between the two would be favourite.
Any suggestions gratefully received.
Hi, a couple of times I’ve stayed at Pensao Soltejo in Vila Nova Barquina. It’s off the caminho and on a main road at a petrol station, but don’t let that put you off. The rooms are affordable and they have an excellent restaurant. I like spending a quiet day by the Tejo and a visit to Almourol Castle.
Jill
 

Stephen

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Twice walked from St Jean to Estella and once from Sarria to Santiago. Maybe someday I'll find the time to do the entire walk.
I've found the time. Just completed SJPP to Santiago. 25 Aug to 1st Oct, 2016.
And now the Portuguese from Lisbon.
#5
Thank you all for the prompt replies.
I'm taking a day off today and will get a bus to Fatima.
Tomorrow I'll try the 30km for Golega.
 

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Stephen Nicholls

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Golega is lovely - don't miss going to the photographic museum. There's a camping site in the town - but they also have apartments to rent by the night.
Then from Golega to Tomar, enjoy the ruined deserted Quinta Cardiga complete with its church.
Buen camino!
 

Albertinho

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#7
Golega is lovely - don't miss going to the photographic museum. There's a camping site in the town - but they also have apartments to rent by the night.
Then from Golega to Tomar, enjoy the ruined deserted Quinta Cardiga complete with its church.
Buen camino!
We stayed at the campingsite in Golegã last year and asked the manager about possiblities to rent appartments to pilgrims on their way .
This is not interesting, anyway not to us. 85€ per night for an appartment.
The camping itself is very cheap. 8€ per night for our car and caravan including electricity.
By the way. The appartments look cool and comfortable . Value for money anyway but
better go to Solo Duro in Golegã Very nice prive accommodation for pilgrims
 
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Stephen Nicholls

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We stayed at the campingsite in Golegã last year and asked the manager about possiblities to rent appartments to pilgrims on their way .
This is not interesting, anyway not to us. 85€ per night for an appartment.
Greetings, young Albertinho!
When I stayed in the camp site in 2013, the apartment was great and cost 29 Euros per night. Maybe it's gone up, but why so much?
A hug to your lady .....
 

Albertinho

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#9
We stayed at the campingsite in Golegã last year and asked the manager about possiblities to rent appartments to pilgrims on their way .
This is not interesting, anyway not to us. 85€ per night for an appartment.
The camping itself is very cheap. 8€ per night for our car and caravan including electricity.
By the way. The appartments look cool and comfortable . Value for money anyway but
better go to Solo Duro in Golegã Very nice prive accommodation for pilgrims
Hi Stephen
Greetings, young Albertinho!
When I stayed in the camp site in 2013, the apartment was great and cost 29 Euros per night. Maybe it's gone up, but why so much?
A hug to your lady .....
hi Stephen greatings from Rotterdam the Netherlands
In 2013 we stayed at Tia Guida /Solo Duro and by then never notice the existence of the campingsite in Golegã But in 2016 camping there I asked the lady in charge at the campingsite and she gave me a leaflet with prices.

Regards from this side of the big sea

Albertinho e Nel
 

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