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We had a delightful dinner with some fellow pilgrims on the Camino. We ate pulpo (octopus), potatoes, veal, and white beans with greens. The owner shared a lot of history of the area and gave us glasses of his many flavored grape-based aguardientes.
Stayed here on a Saturday . Very noisy all night. Seemed like there was a fiesta going outside our window until 4 am . The people upstairs must have been dancing as well. Not a good place to get a good nights rest
Down a little alley between the castle and the main plaza and next to three restaurants that don't even begin to get busy until 11pm. The rooms were small, but not expensive. Laundry service was quick and efficient.
Visited Los Templarios while doing the Camino Francés, the place itself is very clean and cosy, rooms very tight,as we stayed on a Friday night the street noise persisted till the early hours of the morning, the breakfast was basic, toast, orange juice and coffee....More
No greeting. Unattended reception. They had no record of my reservation even though it was confirmed on Booking.com. I had to wait ages while they sorted it out with no apology or explanation. Tiny, dingy little rooms. Not recommended.
$46 - $60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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