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Hello! I am planning our first Camino in May and looking for a place to stay near o pino or somewhere between arzua and Santiago. I’ve combed through bookings and things seem to be off the beaten path. Anyone have any recommendations of a place they’ve stayed and liked? Also near a restaurant?
 
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Have you looked at Gronze?

It has a very comprehensive listing of lodging on the Camino. The site is in Spanish, but if you use the Chrome browser it will automatically translate to English. Be warned though that it also translates some place names - often to comic effect.


Also, booking sites don't have access to all available beds/rooms, but Gronze has contact information to book directly.

You can also find accommodations on Wise Pilgrim's new online guide.

 
Albergue Mirador de Pedrouzo
6 mins away from O Pino
19km to SdC very doable next day

Very nice dorms clean beds pool
No shortage of restaurants
 
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O Pino, O Pedrouzo , and Arca are all sort the same town. What kind of place are you looking for? Last summer we stayed here.

This winter my students and I stayed at the big albergue here.
 
I have stayed at the Casa Tia Teresa in Salceda during my last 3 Caminos and highly recommend it. They have reasonably priced private rooms and the food and service is excellent. It is a relaxing walk into Santiago for the last leg of the CF after a peaceful night.

 
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.
Have stayed the last 2 years at the Mirador. Nice beds, great facilities, wonderful pool, and the cafe in front, opens at 06:00, so you can get an early start walking to Santiago.
Lots of other great restaurants in this town. I felt it is the right distance from Santiago for my last days walk.
 
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Hello! I am planning our first Camino in May and looking for a place to stay near o pino or somewhere between arzua and Santiago. I’ve combed through bookings and things seem to be off the beaten path. Anyone have any recommendations of a place they’ve stayed and liked? Also near a restaurant?
I stayed in a delightful place, the small hotel Pozo. Newly renovated, very clean and has a garden with a barn. https://www.booking.com/Share-laKHUJa
Can highly recommend it. It’s right by the camino and about 300 meters easy stoll to a great restaurant, O Ceadoiro.
 
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Have stayed the last 2 years at the Mirador. Nice beds, great facilities, wonderful pool, and the cafe in front, opens at 06:00, so you can get an early start walking to Santiago.
Lots of other great restaurants in this town. I felt it is the right distance from Santiago for my last days walk.
Hello! I am planning our first Camino in May and looking for a place to stay near o pino or somewhere between arzua and Santiago. I’ve combed through bookings and things seem to be off the beaten path. Anyone have any recommendations of a place they’ve stayed and liked? Also near a restaurant?
I would recommend Pension Rosella. Situated in the Main Street through O Pedrouzo. Lovely host. Very comfortable room
Hello! I am planning our first Camino in May and looking for a place to stay near o pino or somewhere between arzua and Santiago. I’ve combed through bookings and things seem to be off the beaten path. Anyone have any recommendations of a place they’ve stayed and liked? Also near a restaurant?
We stayed at Pension Rosella on our Camino last June. Situated in the main street. Lovely host. Very comfortable room with private facilities and reasonable rate.
 
I've stayed at Porta de Santiago albergue many times and love it. Beautiful music and peaceful atmosphere.
 

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