At Casa do Rego, we have everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Parking for bicycles
If you’re doing the French Way of the Camino de Santiago by bicycle, you can leave your bicycle under lock and key in our albergue.
At Casa do Rego, we speak the following languages: Spanish, English, Catalan, Italian, Chinese, Filipino and French.
At our albergue, you can get your pilgrim’s passport (document that identifies you as a pilgrim) and have it stamped as well. It is a requirement to get the Compostela certificate.
All pilgrims staying the night will enjoy access to free Wi-Fi. Enjoy your break on the Camino de Santiago.
Washing and drying services
At a minimal cost, we can wash and dry your clothes with our washer and dryer, to continue on the Camino de Santiago as good as new. A laundry tub and an area to line dry your clothes outside are also available. .
Lockers (25 cm x 25 cm x 50 cm) are available for free so that pilgrims can kick back and relax without having to worry about their valuables.
There are three common areas where you can kick back and relax after a hard day walking: an outdoor terrace with views of the Camino and the lush countryside, an outdoor terrace not overlooking the Camino—away from all the hustle and bustle—, and the indoor dining area.
Our pilgrim’s hostel has 3 bunk beds (6 bunks) with a shared bathroom. Each bunk has its own power outlet, a switch to turn the room’s lights on/off, and a reading light. Each mattress comes with a fully encased, zippered mattress protector which is waterproof and breathable for maximum hygiene.
We provide a set of disposable bed sheet + pillowcase for bunk, and blankets are also available.
We also have two private rooms with en suite bathroom. The private rooms come with bed linen, towels and toiletries.
In the evening, we try to organize a community dinner at 7:30 p.m. because we believe that it’s a great way to get to know other pilgrims and share experiences with them, which is one of the most wonderful things about the Camino. Unfortunately, holding the community dinner is not always possible, because on occasion, there aren’t enough people interested in doing it, or there are issues with the time.
The community dinner consists of 1 starter + 1 main + homemade ice cream, including wine and water. We generally offer a variety of ice cream flavors, but this depends on availability. We would appreciate being notified of any food allergies or intolerances in advance.
In the morning, breakfast options include toast with homemade jam (apple or fig jam, made by us from our very own fruit trees) and butter, bacon & eggs, ham & cheese omelet, etc. for those who want to start their day right.
The coffee we use is Caffè Illy, considered to be one of the best coffees in the world, and we only use fresh milk from a local dairy.