HAVE YOU EVER SLEPT IN A MEDIEVAL CHURCH? YOUR BEST EXPERIENCE ON THE JACOBEAN ROUTE.
Sahagún Town Council manages the Cluny Pilgrim Hostel. As it is non profit-making, only pilgrims travelling to Santiago can stay there, as long as they show their accreditation.
The hostel is in an old Mudéjar church called La Trinidad. It dates back to the XIII century and has been converted into this unique accommodation for pilgrims, and is also a Tourist Office, where travellers can find all the information they need on places and monuments to visit in the area.
The hostel sleeps sixty-four, in a large dormitory under the central nave, in sections with eight bunk beds each. Although it is open all year round, hours depend on the season, the latest departure time being 8:00h and the latest arrival time 23:00h for pilgrims that have already registered.
The Stamp of Sahagún on the Road
The Cluny Municipal Pilgrim’s Hostel offers the following services: Heating and hot water all year, free access to the kitchen, free Wi-Fi, area for storing bicycles, washing and drying facilities (payment necessary), computer equipment and lockers for hire.
As it is non profit-making, the Hostel does not accept reservations. Animals are not allowed.
* This information is updated annually. Pilgrims should contact the Hostel if they require more specific information on anything.
C/ Arco, 87 (Antigua Iglesia de la Trinidad) Sahagún
Tel.: 987 781 015 – 987 781 255
64 beds – 5 euros/ night