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Xunta hostel: Open. This albergue has moved to a new buidling, to get to it follow the main road until you see it on the left opposite the church, Capela do San Martiño.

A Gudiña

Xunta (44, 8€) Albergue de A Gudiña, follow the main road until you see it on the left opposite the church, Capela do San Martiño. Tel 696 820 722 - IMPORTANT NOTE: be careful when setting off from this albergue that you follow the yellow arrows for the Laza route. It is easy to end up on the Verín route if you turn left outside the albergue.

Hostal A Madrileña on the left as you enter the town has singles 22€, doubles 32€, triples 52€. Café / restaurant which does good food. Tel 988 421 030 Closed

Hotel Bruma II has singles for 32€, doubles 49€, triples 60€. From the turnoff for the Xunta Albergue continue along the main road for 1km, it's on the left. Tel 676 966 312

A Gudiña has all facilities. Shops, cafés, a pharmacy and banks along the main road past the turnoff for the Xunta albergue. Bar O Peregrino, which is just opposite where you turn off for the Xunta albergue, does good tapas and opens early for breakfast. Most of the restaurants are asking the main road about 600m past the Xunta albergue. El Búfalo, has a good menu del día and other dishes.

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