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Linens at Casa de São Sebastião in Rubiães?

grdemedeiros

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2025 - Portuguese Route
Hello, we are 10 days out from our Camino, hooray!!! Tying up some loose ends. Someone (multiple people, I'm sure!) on this forum recommended Casa de São Sebastião in Rubiães, which we've booked. Question for anyone who's stayed there this season: do we need our own linens / sleep sack? We're in a private room.
 
Very light, comfortable and compressible poncho. Specially designed for protection against water for any activity.

Our Atmospheric H30 poncho offers lightness and waterproofness. Easily compressible and made with our Waterproof fabric, its heat-sealed interior seams guarantee its waterproofness. Includes carrying bag.

€60,-
Hello, we are 10 days out from our Camino, hooray!!! Tying up some loose ends. Someone (multiple people, I'm sure!) on this forum recommended Casa de São Sebastião in Rubiães, which we've booked. Question for anyone who's stayed there this season: do we need our own linens / sleep sack? We're in a private room.
Stayed there last year, in the dorm. I enjoyed it, used the swimming pool and Sonia the host offered a great laundry service.

Looked up the gronze website for you, linen is provided. Check it out, there are pictures included.
But if in doubt, ask the host, she seemed a friendly woman.
 
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Thanks, I didn’t know to look for this kind of information on Gronze, now I do!
 
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The one from Galicia (the round) and the one from Castilla & Leon. Individually numbered and made by the same people that make the ones you see on your walk.
Hello, we are 10 days out from our Camino, hooray!!! Tying up some loose ends. Someone (multiple people, I'm sure!) on this forum recommended Casa de São Sebastião in Rubiães, which we've booked. Question for anyone who's stayed there this season: do we need our own linens / sleep sack? We're in a private room.
Hi grdemedeiros,

Good choice. My wife and I were there on May 25th. If you're in a private room, you don't need liners or a sleeping bag.
You can see our room in these photos. We were good.
The kitchen is small and you can have coffee or tea.
Nearby you have a restaurant and supermarket.

Buen Camino.

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The private rooms have linens and towels. Really enjoyed my stay here. The terrace has plenty of space to hang laundry and it dries in a jiffy. The snack bar next door was great!
Can't say the same for the restaurant a few 100 m. away that everyone goes to. Possibly the worst meal I have ever had on any Camino. I wish I had just gotten a take away sandwich from the cafe before they closed for the night.
 
Ideal sleeping bag liner whether we want to add a thermal plus to our bag, or if we want to use it alone to sleep in shelters or hostels. Thanks to its mummy shape, it adapts perfectly to our body.

€46,-
Hello, we are 10 days out from our Camino, hooray!!! Tying up some loose ends. Someone (multiple people, I'm sure!) on this forum recommended Casa de São Sebastião in Rubiães, which we've booked. Question for anyone who's stayed there this season: do we need our own linens / sleep sack? We're in a private room.
The casa provides linen and towels. Great place to stay and they have a nice swimming pool
 

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