Did not enjoy the stay at this albergue. The 2 toilets & showers were outside and John Brierley's book described a tranquil interior with orchard to the rear. The orchard was overgrown & not pleasant to sit in. The man who ran the albergue was quite rude & wouldn't even let you see the inside of the albergue before checking in - I think his statement was this is an albergue not a hotel. We were pretty tired when we arrived here & did not feel capable of walking another 7.2km. The only bar in the town closed at 2 p.m. & only opened for us when we found out where the owner lived & knocked on his door to open the bar. There were no cooking facilities in the albergue & the owner cooked a meal which was average. Would not recommend staying at this albergue.