Moncloa de San Lázaro is a converted 13th-century hospital located in Cacabelos, on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route. It offers country-style accommodation with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.
The rooms at Moncloa San Lázaro feature wooden floors and ceilings. They are equipped with air conditioning and heating, and the private bathrooms come with a hairdryer.
The hotel’s restaurant serves typical food from the El Bierzo region, using fresh, local produce. It is decorated all in wood, and there is also a café-bar with similar traditional décor.
Located in Castilla y León’s Bierzo region, Hotel Moncloa has a charming shop which sells local artisan produce such as wines and jams. There is also an exhibition hall displaying work by local artists.
The town of Ponferrada is 11 km away from Moncloa de San Lázaro. You can drive to the Roman mines of Las Médulas, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in around 30 minutes.