The monastery, declared a Good of Cultural Interest since 1991, preserves its beauty and splendour since the first construction works dating back to the 12th century. At the beginning of 2020, the Hostelry of the Monastery of La Vid launched all its activities: welcoming guests, cafeteria, restaurant, visits to the Monastery of La Vid (tourists) and use of the other facilities on the ground floor of the Monastery (conference and meeting rooms or pastoral and religious activities). It is also a good opportunity to get to know and enjoy wine tourism, nature and visits to important tourist centres in Castile and León.

The maximum respect for the history of more than 800 years, together with the services of attention, kindness and companionship are part of the Hostelry and also of the Hostel that will soon welcome young people in the camps and retreats.

Different spaces

It has 34 rooms, spread over two floors, with a capacity of 75 beds. At the ground floor there are the bar and restaurant. On this level there are two WC blocks, a reception room, a waiting room and a guest service room, as well as two conference rooms for more than forty people. The two stairs that give the access to the floors of the rooms and the elevator facilitate the movement of people.

The modern heating installations and the possibilities of silence and reflection, as well as reading and conviviality are the most appreciated of our Hostelry at the Monastery of La Vid.


The path of calm

Monasteries and places designed for calm. From the Monastery of La Vid, the Monastery of Caleruega, to the Monastery of Saint Dominic of Silos.

  1. “The path of calm” begins at the Monastery of La Vid.
  2. Following the path you reach Peñaranda of Duero.
  3. Then Clunia, which was one of the largest cities in Roman Hispania.
  4. Then the Monastery of Caleruega (Royal Monastery of Saint Dominic of Guzmán).
  5. The Yecla gorge.
  6. Last place, the Saint Dominic of Silos Monastery.

Know how to be calm...

“…When we feel exhausted and prisoners of the lower hustle and bustle, we feel disharmonized. Things do not go as we expect and our reactions are carried away by great disordered fury.

Living calmly in the world of the 21st century is an unavoidable demand, not so much to achieve a state of personal placidity, but to be able to find the true meaning of our existence. Calm is a natural state of the soul.”

(Text by Josean Manzanos, noted in the Book: “Bypass hacia la interioridad”, page 161, Ed. Khaf, Madrid).

Saint Mary of La Vid has remained “calm” for more than 700 years in the Monastery of La Vid (1288-2024) sitting, embracing her Son with a caress, waiting to show what she keeps in her heart with love: the “secret of his calm.”