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Reviewed September 29, 2016 via mobile

Thoughtfully renovated townhouse hidden behind doors. Stylish public spaces, comfortable bedrooms and very clean en suite bathrooms with all amenities. Choice of breakfast menu early enough to get you on the Camino in plenty of time and evening meal on request (we didn't try the latter).

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank CarlosUK
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Reviewed September 16, 2016 via mobile

This was a such a lovely experience, a real treat and an absolute bargain at €35. The entire house is beautifully and tastefully decorated and furnished. My room had a very comfortable bed, had a lovely olde worlde feel yet the modern bathroom complemented well. The hosts were friendly, kind and accommodating.
I was so comfortable that I prayed for rain the next day so that I'd have a valid excuse for extending my stay!

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank Damian S
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Reviewed July 27, 2016 via mobile

This is a very nice B&B along the Camino and we were very pleased when we checked in and our hosts were quick to help us on a super hot day by getting us some water, a coke, and a beer. The rooms are nice and spacious and we gave our order for breakfast the next morning before cleaning the dirt off of ourselves and our clothes in the great bathroom.

Rooms are not air conditioned but the old stone house stays cool as long as you don't open the windows until the sun goes down. What was unfortunate was that in the morning, there was no breakfast... at all. Our host (Mikka) warned us that she had a newborn and that she couldn't get breakfast before 7:00 AM, which was totally fine but, when we went downstairs at seven, the place was locked up tight!

Mikka came out, she must have seen us on a monitor or something, and apologized saying her baby was crying and that she was unable to get anything ready. What? Why do you have a business that advertises food if you can't provide this service? I get it that everyone has bad days but this clearly in not the first based on the other reviews. We met the husband / boyfriend / host and I have to ask... what was he doing? Couldn't he take care of a child for an hour or so?

Anyway, we are disappointed and want others to be aware not to expect any service other than a smile and a room. Like I said, the hosts are pleasant, just not capable of running the breakfast part of B&B.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Thesnowbird11
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Caminero B, Propietario at B&B El Caminero, responded to this reviewResponded October 1, 2016
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Gracias por hacernos saber su opinon.
Siento que aquel dia, no haberles podido servir el desayuno, mi marido trabaja en otro lugar y a las siete ya esta en su trabajo.
Nuestro bebe aquella mañana no se encontraba bien y no dejaba de llorar, crei mejor bajar devolverles el dinero del desayuno y explicarles por que no podia ofrecerlas el servicio, que derjarles esperando una o dos horas a que nuestra hija se durmiera.
Un saludo

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Reviewed June 12, 2016

Mika may be one of the nicest innkeepers on the Camino and the place is beautifully renovated and maintained. Just like ALL of the family-run businesses on the Camino, she is doing everything herself - registering, accepting backpacks, cleaning, managing the supplies, cooking, etc. All of these places are stretched thin and require going with the flow - and cost very little. And as with the majority of the pensions/habitaciones on the Camino, WiFi is limited. I gave up this year and just took my own WiFi plan from home and accepted the extra cost.

The food was excellent. The bathroom hi-tech and sleek. The bed area was cozy and comfy with extra blankets. The common areas are very pleasant and the compound is very secure. It is a comfortable place to stay and one of the best on the Camino.

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Crepes4Suzette
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Reviewed April 9, 2016 via mobile

We stayed in El Caminero on our way to Santiago. The place is beautiful, in good location, very clean and charming. Bed is very comfortable, bathroom is clean with powerjet shower heads. The food is worth the $ you pay for, all home made and deliciously made by Jesus. Jesus is a great host! we will surely stay here again and will recommend to friends. Love this place!

Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank franzviterbo
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