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Casa Rural Paqui: reported closed because the owner has retired.

Fuenterroble de Salvatierra

Religious (70, donativo) Albergue Parroquial Santa María, walk through the village and it's on your right at a junction. Look for the massive white cross. Sometimes a communal evening meal and breakfast. Website alberguedefuenterroble.wordpress.com Tel 923 151 083

Casa Rural Arrieros Familia Garcia has single rooms from 25€. The owners live on the Camino at the start of the village however the guest house is a short walk away. Website www.casaruralarrierosfamiliagarcia.com Tel 636 213 491 or 923 151 071

Cafés on the Camino, shop a little to the left, signposted. Pharmacy on the Camino on the right. 

Mesón el Pesebre does tasty meals from about 18:00. It's on the Camino.

Food in Café José has also been recommended. It's also on the Camino.

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