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Restaurante hotel rural papasol features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Atapuerca. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. My stay at the Rural Papsol was superb. The staff were all very accomodating and the food was fantastic. The two dogs were also a joy to play with. Highly recommend it as a great place to rest along the Camino and the following day is an easy walk into Burgos.
La plazuela verde is located in Atapuerca and features a garden. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Was a little unsure of this place when initially booking, but this has to be a must stay place for anyone on the Camino. The pictures cannot do it any justice as it’s all self contained and very unique in appearance. The modular bunks are perfect as they have everything you need in them and keep the noise down to a minimum. You soon come to realise that everything is built with purpose and handmade which makes this a very special place.
Located in Quintanapalla, Boomerang Cottage B&B provides a garden and free WiFi. The guesthouse features family rooms. At the guesthouse, the rooms come with a closet. we really appreciate to stay here . it is not just an accommodation, it is a homestay where you can feel like home. they take care about you and are so lovely to our little son. the dinner was amazing - they cooked us a whole vegetarian menu. we are sure you can also ask for all types of food (vegan, gluten-free …) they will do for you :-) breakfast was also amazing ! thanks a lot to you ! definitely recommend to book that place !
Very small village, church locked constantly, otwo lovely bar/restaurants there,but short opening hours and late for a pilgrim to eat. but that’s about it. Needs more accommodation in the village to attract people to stay on the Camino route.
A place to take a break from walking on the way to Santiago. There is a pub, and a shop, that is called Panaderia - which is really tiny, but you can find what you need. It has a museum, which is probably worth seeing. There is also a pharmacy.
There is one good restaurant but that's about it. You don't need to stay here to see the archaeological dig, as it's a coach ride away and you can be collected from all the surrounding villages, including Agés, which is beautiful.