Your hostel in A Guarda
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Pilgrim hostel in A Guarda
Our shelteris a typical seafaring house from 1957, of which the original façade has been preserved. In this house, nets were made and cleaned, as in most houses in A Guarda, where the economy was based on fishing. It is located less than 100 metres from the sea and in the heart of the town of A Guarda. The hostel has a small garden in the back where you can relax and rest.
Accommodation in our hostel
Enjoy a special stay in a charming hostel.
We have a common room on the upper floor with comfortable bunk beds made of ecological wood.
For your well-being and privacy, our bunk beds have curtains, a bedside table with independent light, plug, and USB chargers for your devices.
You will have a trunk to lock your belongings if you go for a walk, decide to go down to the common room, or relax in our garden.
We have wifi throughout the house and have keyless access through code.
In O Peirao you have self-service laundry.
We have a washing machine and dryer at your disposal, and we use ecological products for the laundry. This way we don’t pollute every time we wash our clothes.
We also have a basin where you can wash your clothes by hand.
We have a suitable equipped kitchen for our guests. You can cook peacefully. There are also a microwave and a fridge to keep your food fresh.
In our garden we have some herbs to season your meals.
RELAX IN THE GARDEN
In the hostel we have a small garden behind the house, where you can relax and rest during the evening.
Also, we’ve made a covered space to sit and chill outside, even with rain.
One of our principal values is the environmental sustentability.
From 30th October until Spring, we will open only for groups with previous reservation. For more info write us to firstname.lastname@example.org
visit a guarda
In addition to all the heritage and the natural spaces that you can find in A Guarda, you could visit the fishing nets workshop and the fish market.
how to get o peirao
You can get easily our hostel if you are coming walking the Camino or also if you want to start it here.