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Accommodation in Sarria

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Early May 2024
Yay! I have booked flights and am walking from Sarria, any recommendations for a guesthouse or hotel please?
 
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I have stayed in many places in Sarria.
I'd go to either gronze or booking.com and find something.
Pretty much anything on the main drag is going to be nice.
Places that I've stayed include Don Alvaro, Hotel Novoa, Travesia Rooms, Pension Escalinata, Aqua Rooms, Casa Taboada, and Ribadiso. All were nice. We've also stayed in Barbadello if you want a head start next morning.
 
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I've stayed at:

Hotel Alfonso IX
DP Cristal
Pension Escalinata

And I would rank them in that order of preference.
 
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I absolutely loved La Casona de Sarria - specifically, the"fancier" La Posada accommodations – when I walked the CF in 2022. Wonderfully comfortable room and bed, great location, and a fabulously hospitable host (Marcella) ... and all for what my records tell me was US$40 for the night, including a great breakfast. Worth the small splurge for what was definitely one of my top five favorite places I stayed during my walk.

My room was the one on the first (middle) floor on the right:
La Posada de la Casona de Sarria

And here is the view from said room. That's the 18th century Capilla de San Lazaro on street level.

View of Capilla de San Lazaro from La Posada
 
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I have stayed at several places including Albergue Don Alvaro. However, one time when I was feeling a bit sore, I checked into their pension with private rooms. It was very clean, quiet, comfortable and across the street from the albergue. Reasonably priced as well if memory serves.
 
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Yay! I have booked flights and am walking from Sarria, any recommendations for a guesthouse or hotel please?
Hey.
I LOVED Hotel Roma (directly across from the Train Station.
They also have an upscale, grilled-meat-emporium Restaurant down the street: excellent!
 
Another recommendation for staying in Barbedelo. Casa Barbadelo. They start breakfast at 06:00 and you are on your way hours before all the crowds in Sarria will ever catch you. By the time they do, they have thinned out considerably. Plus, they have a pool there and a restaurant that serves great food.
 
I have stayed in many places in Sarria.
I'd go to either gronze or booking.com and find something.
Pretty much anything on the main drag is going to be nice.
Places that I've stayed include Don Alvaro, Hotel Novoa, Travesia Rooms, Pension Escalinata, Aqua Rooms, Casa Taboada, and Ribadiso. All were nice. We've also stayed in Barbadello if you want a head start next morning.
What a great opportunity to give a shout-out to Jose at Escalinata! Finding myself suddenly doing elder care for a dear friend who had experienced a medical event before her arrival, Jose realized my situation and was most kind. I will always remember his knowing and compassionate smile.
 
Ideal pocket guides for during and after your Camino. Each weighs just 40g (1.4 oz).
What a great opportunity to give a shout-out to Jose at Escalinata! Finding myself suddenly doing elder care for a dear friend who had experienced a medical event before her arrival, Jose realized my situation and was most kind. I will always remember his knowing and compassionate smile.
 
What a great opportunity to give a shout-out to Jose at Escalinata! Finding myself suddenly doing elder care for a dear friend who had experienced a medical event before her arrival, Jose realized my situation and was most kind. I will always remember his knowing and compassionate smile.
Yes, he is awesome! I love him!
 

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