It's a rough and wonderful 25km out of Rabanal and its lofty mountain chapels, walking along the top of a ridge. Walking into Molinaseca over the bridge by its glass-like river pool is like a Bavarian mountain village as it must have been a century ago.
Reception was friendly -- staff spoke fluent French-- and I was sent up to my very small single room, with its welcoming bathroom. I was a little worried that it might be noisy, as it was on the main pedestrian route (the Camino), but it did not bother me.
I had an excellent dinner on the terrace, watching other pilgrims walk through on the way to the albergues on the far side of Molinaseca. While my meal was pricy (42 euro), it was of very high quality, with local wine, and complimentary liqueurs were sent out to me.
Breakfast the next morning was very good, although the staff member probably thought that anyone who wanted to eat at 7.00 must be very strange indeed. Still, she was friendly and sent us on your way with best wishes and an extra orange.