I may have been a little influenced by finishing the Camino, as anywhere that doesn't include a 20km walk the next day seems pretty nice, but if you are doing the Camino and reach the end then this is a perfect place. It is bang in the centre, near the cathedral, and if church bells annoy you well you better get earplugs but if you are still in a spiritual mood then the stone walls and wooden floorboards are as charming as you can get. The showers are a bit on the cramped side but it is a medieval house so it didn't have them when it was built. Best of all, post Camino, everything you want to see and good restaurants are a SHORT walk away
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pension Badalada, inaugurated in 2008 in an old house completely restored. It is located just 150m away from the Cathedral and close to the old market; surrounding the establishment we find the main commercial streets of the old town. The decoration is based on wood and stone in a friendly atmosphere. ... more less
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