We know from personal experience that a good night’s rest can make or break a trip, which is why we carefully hand-select all our accommodation. In fact, our founder Glenyce, has spent so much time walking the various paths, and formed such close relationships with hotel and restaurant owners, that she has been invited to family gatherings! It is this personal touch and care, along with our knowledge and firsthand experience of the best places to stay, that we ensure we pass on to our walkers.
You may stay in rural properties with never-ending views, or a centrally located hotel to minimise extra time on your feet, or maybe it’s a small B&B and your meals are being painstakingly prepared in the family kitchen. Even if it’s not perhaps immediately obvious why a lodging has been chosen, you can rest assured that there’s a good reason.
Whenever possible, we aim to choose accommodation that complements the trip. Whether it be a historic lodging or monastery along the Camino, a traditional Japanese ryokan, a Nepalese tea house high up in the Himalaya or a place selected simply because we know the hosts will enhance your journey. These aren’t just places to stay; they’re integral parts of the cultural experience.
Read more about the types of accommodation you may enjoy in some of our destinations.