52. Albergue Guiana (Ponferrada)
Avenida del Castillo 112-114
CP24400 Ponferrada (León)
TF:987 409 327
Open March to October.
Located on the Camino de Santiago (French Way) and the historic center of Ponferrada, Hostel Guiana occupies an entire new building, ready for a break in the quiet and pleasant way.
The building is accessible to the disabled and have rooms specially adapted. The rooms all have air conditioning and free wifi.
In addition, if you are a cyclist, our facilities are designed to make your stop at Ponferrada is comfortable for you and your bike (bikefriendly).
PRICE PER PERSON: 12 €
PLACES: 2-3 (with extra bed)
PRICE PER ROOM: 50 €
PRICE EXTRA BED: (ASK)
PRICE PER ROOM: 65-70 € (ACCORDING TO SIZE)
Price per person: 5 €
For groups of more than 20 people, check price.
CLOSED FROM NOVEMBER TO FEBRUARY
For groups of more than 20 people consult opening possible.
Space football, board games and book exchange
We have free wifi throughout the building
Ample space provided with work tools
Room with washers and dryers
Enjoy a relaxing shower
Relaxing space to make a stop along the way
Space where you can clean your bike
We provide a room and put you in touch with a trusted massage
Small space with machines for sports without leaving the hostel
Ponferrada, the capital of El Bierzo is a city full of life that has grown steadily throughout the twentieth century and today, still does.
It is the economic engine and culture from around the Bierzo and the second city of the province, and an excellent place from which to get to know the beautiful Bierzo region.
the historic, small size, we recommend starting at Avenida del Castillo at the height of Temple Square, next to the Castle, as a few steps further you will find the small church of San Andrés del Castillo XVII.Vista century Ponferrada Templar Origin.
If you return to the square and you take the Gil y Carrasco pasareis street before the House of Shields where you installed the Radio Museum. At the end of the road is the tourist office, and from there you just have to climb a few meters to get to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Oak, Renaissance temple which houses the patron saint, the Virgen de la Encina.