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Luxury or nice accommodation on finisterre way

Discussion in 'Santiago to Finisterre and Muxia' started by Sconingham, Oct 28, 2017.

  1. Sconingham

    Sconingham New Member

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    I have walked baiona to santiago. Plan to walk finisterre way
    I am eager to walk the Finisterre way but I want to do it in relative luxury. Are there any NICE hotels or guest houses along the route from santiago to cape fisterra and on to Muxia please?
     
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  2. mspath

    mspath Veteran Member Donating Member

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    A very nice restaurant/pension with good food in Olveiroa is As Pias. I love especially the small back dining room with the wonderful fireplace! See more at www.aspias.net

    Happy planning and Buen camino!
     
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    SabineP Veteran Member Donating Member

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    Tincatinker Moderator Staff Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    Ah. Relative luxury ;) There is the lovely Casa Raimonte at Lombao. Julian and Rosa will treat you.

    The Albergue at Dumbria ain't posh but it is a stunning bit of modern architecture that melds into its ancient landscape surprisingly well. Surprisingly well equipped for a Junta Albergue as well, on my last visit. The municipal at Muxia is also a sight to be seen and perhaps even enjoyed. As Eiras in Lires is (nearly) the only game in town but it is warm and welcoming and comfortable.

    Given the nature of the beast I would rely more on www.gronze.com than 'booking' for finding comfortable accommodation on that camino.

    Happy planning
     
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    rappahannock_rev Anglican Catholic Priest Donating Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    Olveiroa, As Pias - very nice.
    Cee, Hotel Larry - very nice.
     
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    I agree with mspath. Always include this establishment for coffee, menu etc. Helpful & friendly. Never stayed in their rooms while walking.
    Great stop walking to Dumbria.

    Buen Camino.
     
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    Pamper yourself in a private room wth a terrace in albergue Bela Muxia, Muxia. Hospitaleros Angel and Celia were very kind and accommodating. When I arrived ailing with very painful tendinitis, Angel put his arm around me and told me I had come to the right place! And I had!!
    Another bonus was that I met a good friend-to -be on my next to final day of my pilgrimage at Bela Muxia.
    Ultreia!
     
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    I love Casa de Balea in Corcubion. i have stayed there the last 2 years on my way to Finisterre/ Muxia.
    In Muxia, Bela Muxia Alburgue also has really lovely private rooms
     

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