Casa Licerio is a guest house (casa rural) for pilgrims trekking across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago. Moreover, it’s also a place for other travelers passing through Samos, 130 kilometers east of Santiago de Compostela. While your stay with us, make sure to check out the Benedictine Monastery that dates back to the 9th century is a significant attraction in this tiny town of 150 people.
Our goal is that each guest feels welcomed, rested, and renewed for the next stage of their journey as they leave.
Things to know:
- We have a single private room (with bathroom) for 30 euros (USD 32)/night.
- In addition, a double private room (with bathroom) for 40 euros (USD 43)/night.
- Also, we have a triple private room (with bathroom) for 50 euros (USD 53)/night.
- Wifi is available in all rooms.
- Coffee and tea are available all day in the Pilgrims’ Room.
- Laundry services are available – machine wash and line dry.
- We allow alcohol, however, no smoking inside the house.
- You can cancel your reservation up until 1 day before arrival.
The main attraction for Casa Licerio is the fact that it is on the Camino de Santiago.
El Camino de Santiago de Compostela (in English: The Way of St. James) is a network of routes across Spain and Europe which all lead to Santiago de Compostela, in the northwest of Spain. In the Middle Ages, these routes were walked as a pilgrimage to the tomb of the apostle St. James.
Nowadays, tens of thousands walk or cycle the Camino de Santiago every year on an epic journey of 500 miles. In fact, people from all over the world with all kinds of motivations: sport, culture, religion, nature, adventure etc., travel El Camino de Santiago, or parts of it, in a lifetime experience. Moreover, El Camino de Santiago has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO and the First European Cultural Itinerary. (Source)
My name is Ashley and I’m looking forward to welcoming you at Casa Licerio in Spain. Feel free to message me if you have any questions!