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Brevard, North Carolina
Reviewed 25 November 2016

We stayed here because we couldn't find a place in Hornillos del Camino, but were very pleased. You can call them when you arrive in Hornillos and they come in 10-15 minutes with a 10 minute ride to El Molino. The main house, where we had our room, is well furnished, with the feel of a resort cabin. Some in...

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Bekescsaba, Hungary
Reviewed 19 October 2015 via mobile

This place and the owners are amazing, just like the Camino... We are so thankful to find by chance this oasis, and still remember the delicious, home-style dinner from the garden. Hope we could come back soon in this fabulous country house.

Thank nvagvolgyi
Barrington, Illinois
Reviewed 5 September 2015 via mobile

When they pick you up and drive you to what seems to be the middle of nowhere you do worry a bit. This spot is an absolute gem. The rooms are average but the hospitality and meal was fantastic. The freshness of all supplied was excellent. Probably the best cod I've had ever in Spain. There was nothing negative to...

Thank JohntheLast
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 12 May 2015

A lovley hideaway just off Camino, great place to relax in the afternoon under the trees or in the common areas. The owners although not being able to speak english were very welcoming and nice. The wifi is slow, but so what just take time out to relax. The dinner was superb at a good price. The only negative was...

3Thank PT01
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 10 March 2015

It is very far off the Camino but the owners pick you up and drop you back. Dinner was delicious and affordable and in abundance! The rooms are comfortable and cosy. The owners are very lovely! Wi-fi is free but slow.

3Thank wisemonkeysabroad
Reviewed 28 June 2014 via mobile

We were picked up from the Camino and taken to this beautiful old mill house. Sat in the garden with ducks, peacocks and Guinness pigs to entertain us. Best of all was the fantastic dinner served by our hostess. We had a great night's sleep, a good breakfast and were taken back to the Camino to continue our walk. All...

4Thank Rosie M
Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 November 2013

Comfortable rooms, clean with most of the things you need (except A/C in the summer). Really good bar and restaurant, all at a very good price. They used to have a big man who slept in the bar as a security measure, he would let you out if you made an early departure as I usually do - didn't see...

3Thank Rodger H
Reviewed 9 June 2013

Stayed here in april 2013 while on the camino frances. Wonderful warm and amazing food. mentioned the poster in the dining room "The Way" to the host and she was so kind as to bring out a photo album of the wedding of Martin Sheen's grandson at her house to her daughter. She was very gracious and the photo album...

3Thank Ethix4all
Morelia, Mexico
Reviewed 22 May 2013

I have been walking the Camino de Santiago for three weeks and El Molino is by far the best place I've stayed AND they served the best food I've eaten in Spain. The old stone house is set in a magical land of greenery, complete with a river, and animals of all sorts, including a peacock that is gorgeous. The...

3Thank LindaMorelia_Mexico
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 August 2011

This place is a complete gem. In the middle of nowhere, with a stream, loads of ducks and geese and fantastic vegetables and fruit growing. Dinner was absolutely wonderful - much of it made up of the home grown veg and fruit: including courgette soup, grilled peppers, fantastic jamon, tomato salad, casserole, fruit platter ... Very friendly people - the...

6Thank Debra D

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Address: Ctra. Estepar Vilviestre de Muno Vilviestre de Muno | Hornillos del Camino, Burgos, Spain
Region: Spain > Castile and Leon > Province of Burgos > Burgos
Number of rooms: 40
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