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La Cabaña (the Cabin) as its name suggests is a charming hotel built completely of wood. It is situated in ample grounds, surrounded by gardens, pines and chestnut trees. The Camino de Santiago (Pilgrimage to Santiago) passes here on its second to last lap before culminating at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela where the saints remains are found.

Three buildings comprise the hotel, in two of which are found 30 rooms (4 adapted to the needs of the handicapped,) all with bathroom, telephone, television, hairdryer and central heating. A third building houses the ancillary services, such as the self-service restaurant which seats 200, the a la carte restaurant, where the best of Galician cuisine can be enjoyed, a generous café with terrace, reception area, a games room where one can play ping-pong, pool, cards... a cyber. There is also a wine shop and delicatessen which sells a wide range of typical products from various regions of Spain. Last but not least a cosy social lounge with excellent views where one can chat over a steaming cup of coffee.

Advice about arrival time.

Check in/out 12pm

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Highlights

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Common Room

Important Information

Advice about arrival time.

Check in/out 12pm

Credit Card Facilities

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Hotel Amenities

  • Hairdryers
  • Lounge

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  • Laundry Facilities

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