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Santiago to Finisterre

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I am looking for accommodation between Negreira and Finisterra /Finisterre at the end of June. Would like to shorten the part between Negreira and Finisterre to 3 days. Can any one suggest how to do this? The problem seems to be few places for accommodation.
Hope to hear from you.
Marilyn
 
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Here are the places I stayed at end of June into July of last year.
Now, mind you - my wife joined me on the Camino Finisterre so all the "communal" (if you will - i.e. Dorm-style) beds were no longer happening. These were all private rooms with en-suite. But I loves every one of them - they were beyond nice and quite comfortable:

Casa Do Folgo Turismo RuralCotobade 25, Lugar de Ordoeste, 15863 Negreira, Spain
Albergue Ponte OlveiraPonte Olveira 3, Mazaricos, 15256, Spain
Hospedium Hotel La Marina Costa da MorteAvenida Fernando Blanco, 26, 15270 Cee, A Coruña, Spain
Pension Mirador Fin da Terracalle Montaron numero 15, Fisterra, Spain

I believe that fits your criteria to do Negreira to Finisterre in 3 days.

Juan in Casa do Folgo can pick up up anywhere in Negreira proper and then drop you back next morning if you so desire (technically the albergue is more or less around A Pena. We decided to walk to it from Negreira hence we did about 26 km that 1st day. He then dropped us off at A Pena right on Camino path next morning.

Also please take note that from Cee to Finisterre is like 14 km (in case you do decide to hoof it up)

Good luck and Buen Camino
 
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Here are the places I stayed at end of June into July of last year.
Now, mind you - my wife joined me on the Camino Finisterre so all the "communal" (if you will - i.e. Dorm-style) beds were no longer happening. These were all private rooms with en-suite. But I loves every one of them - they were beyond nice and quite comfortable:

Casa Do Folgo Turismo RuralCotobade 25, Lugar de Ordoeste, 15863 Negreira, Spain
Albergue Ponte OlveiraPonte Olveira 3, Mazaricos, 15256, Spain
Hospedium Hotel La Marina Costa da MorteAvenida Fernando Blanco, 26, 15270 Cee, A Coruña, Spain
Pension Mirador Fin da Terracalle Montaron numero 15, Fisterra, Spain

I believe that fits your criteria to do Negreira to Finisterre in 3 days.

Juan in Casa do Folgo can pick up up anywhere in Negreira proper and then drop you back next morning if you so desire (technically the albergue is more or less around A Pena. We decided to walk to it from Negreira hence we did about 26 km that 1st day. He then dropped us off at A Pena right on Camino path next morning.

Also please take note that from Cee to Finisterre is like 14 km (in case you do decide to hoof it up)

Good luck and Buen Camino
Curious whether you booked these rooms directly or through Booking.com. Thanks.
 
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One of the reasons being was that I let her choose and pick from couple of options so of course then everything was prepaid and booked even before I left for my Frances
 
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