Make yourself at home

Resting is important to recharge our energy

Please read Hostel Rules, section 1 before booking.

The hostel was a stud "parade", governed by the army, where mare mating services were rendered to the neighbours coming from all over Maraña valley.

It was built by the mare owners in order for the army to settle here.

Afterwards, once this activity was abandoned, the building was deteriorating for many years, until the beginning of the new millenium, when the refurbishment works began to transform it into the current Maraña hostel. 

The hostel is heated by a central heating system. 

The dinning room has also a wood stove and is designed with a bar, for customer convenience. 

We have TV screen and Wi-Fi, if you want to project an audiovisual presentation.

The hostel is easy to access by car.

Home-made cooking


A tasty full breakfast is included. Fresh fruit, sweet or salty toasts, bakery, cookies, cereals, juice, coffee, milk, tea and infusions.


Our home-made cooking will assure you delicious food and a pleasant dining experience.

We also offer sandwiches and combo plates prepared with fresh typical ingredients at any time of the day.

There are 24 places in bunks, distributed in three rooms, with individual lockers and sockets.

There are common bathrooms with hot water showers,
from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Maraña hostel is situated less than five minute walk to the centre of the village.

It has a wonderful location with spectacular views of Mampodre Massif on the South and of the Peña Hoguera on the North. There is a great vertical wall of 70 meters high, waiting for being equipped with new routes until very expert grades. For the moment, we have plenty technical and varied climbing on about 50 equipped routes.