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Accommodation outside Arzua - any ideas?

#1
Hello all

I'm going to be taking some of my community (and my daughter - hence the buggy) to walk the camino from Sarria. As we are a largish group (and with 3 year-old) we won't be staying in hostels. If anyone has any information on non-hostel accommodation in the 10km or so after Arzua, I'll be very grateful to hear of it.

Many thanks and buen camino

the buggy pusher
 

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oursonpolaire

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#2
In 2002 and 2005, I stayed at the Hostal Suiza (http://www.hsuiza.com), about 2-3 km out of Arzua, on the carretera. As you get to the top of the hill walking from Arzua, you can see it on your right, through the trees, and across the road. I think that the rooms were 25-30 for single, but might have gone up since then. The rooms were plain and very clean, and the restaurant quite fine. It allowed for an early start the next day.
 

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#3
The CSJ guide books gives the following:

3km from Arzua: Salceda: Hotel - Meson Esquipa
3km to Empalme: Hotel - Restaurant de Pau

3.5km to A Rua: Hostal/Rst O'Pino tel: 981 511 148

Hope this helps
 

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#5
OOps!! You are quite right! I skipped the 8km to Calle - the guide says that accommodation might be available there and to ask Pilar.
Salceda is 3km after Calle.
 

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sillydoll said:
3.5km to A Rua: Hostal/Rst O'Pino tel: 981 511 148
I tried the O'Pino in December, after I had walked right into the night on a long walk from Melide. There were signs pointing to O'Pino and I made a long detour off the Camino to get there, but it was all closed up and with no lights on. Maybe it's open again now, but phone first as it's a long detour for nothing if it's closed up!

Gareth
 
#8
I can recommend the Hotel Suiza. Stayed there last week. Double room was 37 euros and it had a full bath,such a luxury after so long on the Camino.
It is on the main road out of Arzua and just off the Camino.Just after you cross the Rio Barrosas on leaving Arzua there is a small track leading from the Camino to the main road.It is about 200 metres from that junction. It is marked on the maps in John Brierleys guide. Alternatively follow the N547 out of Arzua.

Buen Camino Ron :arrow:
 
#9
Not outside Arzua, but inside the town, I can recommend two very good places to sleep and even to take dinner:

Hostal Carballeira, TFNO. 981-500094
Casa Teodora, TFNO. 981-500083

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 
#10
Hi everybody!
I think is better stay inside Arzua. There is a lot of places ,Javier told two places, but there is some more:
-Hostal Do Peregrino, Telf. e Fax: 981 500 830
-Pensión Rúa Telf. 981 500 139/Fax: 981 501 230 (also is a hostel) http://www.pensionrua.es
-Casa Teodora (Javier in last post told it, its website: http://www.casateodora.com)
-Pensión Arcano Telf: 981 500 292 / 679 154 495 http://www.pensionarcano.com/
-A Casa do Jardin Telf: 981 500 107 / 667 536 945 http://www.acasadoxardin.com/
-Hostal-Restaurante O Retiro Telf. 981 500 554 - 659 220 227/ Fax: 981 500 554 http://www.oretiroarzua.com/

There is also "casa rurales" ( Houses rural tourism) outside Arzua

More information: http://www.concellodearzua.org/turismo/ ... uia&lg=cas

And finally, excuse my english
 

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#11
I have stayed at the Suiza and the Teodoro and can recommend both. The Suiza is quieter and has a very decent restaurant, but is about 20 minutes' walk beyond the pueblo.
 

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#12
Bienvenida a la Forum Fernando!!

With you and Javier helping the peregrinos, we will always get good advice.

Abrazos,
 
#16
We stayed at the Pension Rua and can recommend it. We had a lovely view of a flock of sheep and a shepherdess out of our window.

We also ate at Casa Teodoro and it was a welcome change to the normal Menu del Dia.
 

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