39 beds in a high-ceilinged general dormitory, although with separate enclosures where pilgrims can make the most of a semi-private corner to relax. The recent restoration work carried out on the building created compartments, separating beds using wooden panels, visually isolating each bed and making it easier to get some rest whilst maintaining the magic of the gabled roof’s sloping ceilings.
Its light-coloured finish gives it the clean and calm feeling that pilgrims welcome after a long day. A rest point along the way. Each pilgrim has a locker (with key) next to their bed.