Albergue Casa da Carolina

Anha

Description and Notice
Reservations accepted
Yes

There is a small garden to relax in, and a small pool for soaking your feet.

Season
01-January - 31-December
Contact Info
Private

Avenida 9 de Julho de 1985, 1590
Anha 4935-301
Portugal

Mobile
+351 969 004 514
Practical Info
Open
14:00
Close
20:00
Total Beds
16
Price
17*
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Pet Friendly
Yes
Kitchen
Kitchen
Yes
Microwave
Yes
Refrigerator
Yes
Stove
Yes
Facilities
Terrace
Yes
Dining room
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes
Internet
Yes
City Map

Comments

All Caminos App User (not verified)

Carolina & her husband are the nicest couple, so accommodating & friendly. Carolina's Mum & Dad help with running the albergue & Carolina's grandmother a big pot of fresh vegetable soup from her garden every day for the pilgrims for €2 each. Breakfast is included in the price: bread roll, marmalade, fresh tomatoes & apples, corn flakes, oats to make porridge, tea & coffee.

The dorms are beautiful with privacy curtains, lights & sockets in each bunk. There are semi private rooms with 4 beds & private bathroom which are lovely too. Plenty of indoor & outdoor space to relax. A small plunge pool to soothe tired feet.

Only 1 small cafe nearby with limited menu: burgers, kebabs, tuna salad or hot dog. No supermarket nearby either so bring supplies & use the fabulous kitchen (after a bowl of Grandma Maria's delicipus soup 😊)

We will definitely stay here again! We came for the albergue & stayed for the Dublin accent 🤣

All Caminos App User (not verified)

One of the best and I've walked 5 caminos so far. Has everything you could need, except a washing machine. Hand washingavailable. Nice welcome by host and cold lemon drink offered. Bunks have lots of charging points, blanket, locker and privacy curtain. Spacious area outside to relax and adequate lounge areas inside if weather is bad. Fridge with alcoholic or soft drinks. Small supplies of food for cooking in kitchen. Looking forward to grandma's soup later tonight. €17 for bunk that includes breakfast.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Great oasis after a hot day of walking. Everything is done with such love there. I really felt welcomed there. Good beds, clean linens, a lot of space to relax, and even some medical items available if you are in need. And grandma’s legendary vegetable soup is a must to try.

All Caminos App User (not verified)

May 2023. The nicest welcome ever. A cold drink given on arrival. A huge friendly welcome. Super clean hostel. Amazing atmosphere. Great beds. Real cotton bottom sheet and pillow case - bed ready prepared. Lovely clean, thin blankets provided per bed. (Not quite warm enough in May - I have a thermal sheet liner and felt a little chilly with just this and this blanket but was next to the window.)
An all round hostel where the hostess truly take pride in her work. (Oh and her grandmothers amazing home-made garden-grown soup for €2. As well as other food and drink items to buy.)

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Everything is so clean, light and airy. The bunks have privacy curtains and lockers. There is a charging port at every bed. Vegetable soup made by grandmother Maria was a highlight.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

The facilities are like new and well planned. Guests are welcomed in like family and encouraged to feel at home. There are plenty of spaces to relax and socialize with fellow pilgrims. Grandmother Maria made a lovely soup for all. This private albergue is highly recommended.

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

While this camino has an open kitchen where you can cook your own food, there is no full meal option.
But just a few minutes doen the road is a great little cafe with very tasty food and cheap prices: Cafe Catete.
Very much recomended for both..

Camino de Sant…

Such a lovely albergue. Carolina really takes care and there is a bath to soak your feet. One item - there is not much food options nearby so eat before or bring something with you.