I stayed in this B&B for one night along the Camino. It is a very charming old property that has been remodeled. The property has some common dining and living areas. My room (a double for individual use) was sufficiently spacious, and the bathroom was very modern and comfortable. The room was not air conditioned, as described in other reviews.
When I reserved my room, I understood that I could order dinner. Upon arrival, Mikka informed me that she would not be able to offer dinner, however. The couple has a baby, and they have a tight schedule taking care of the baby and the B&B. Nonetheless, she offered breakfast the next day. It was a simple, yet very good breakfast, which included coffee, toasts, marmalaide, butter, eggs, and orange juice. Although this is a "B&B", breakfast is not included in the room rate. I paid an additional 10 euros for breakfast.
Mikka is a very friendly hostess.
I recommend staying in this property, since you cannot beat the rate (35 euros). There are a couple of restaurants near the bridge which could be alternatives for breakfast and dinner.More
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