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Located in the small village of Castrojeriz, one of the stops on Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, Iacobus offers simple, bright accommodations. Great property. Close to Camino. Extremely helpful staff. Great dinner in restaurant. Nice outdoor patio and free space.
Offering free Wi-Fi, Emebed Posada is a guest house located in the charming village of Castrojeriz. Guests can enjoy a continental or international breakfast in a terrace with views of the... Reserved a spacious room and it was indeed spacious. High ceilings and great style. Also had a superb dinner in the hotel.
Set in Castrojeriz, aCienLeguas has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. The hostel features family rooms. At the hostel, the rooms come with a patio with a garden view. Amazing location. The best food we have eaten on the camino by far. The beef cheeks were to die for! Starter zucchini soup was amazing.
Offering rooms with single beds and free WiFi, Albergue Rosalia / Pilgrim Hostel is located in Castrojeriz in the Castile and Leon Region, and on the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage Route. No bunks! Good communal meal. Awesome place all around! Much better than most albergues.
Albergue Orion has a restaurant, free bikes, a bar and garden in Castrojeriz. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a tour desk, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The place was a little unusual as it was run by a combination of a Korean lady and a Spanish man. But it worked. The pilgrims meal was unusual but good
Located in Castrojeriz on the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage Route, this house is 35 minutes’ drive from Burgos. Fantastic breakfast! Amazing service! Helpful! Was always available! Had a place to put our bikes! Has a nice garden to relax. Rooms were big and very clean!
Hotel room was clean. Nice little balcony but could only use it to dry our clothes. Our room was western exposure and became extremely hot. Unbearable . I would not recommend this hotel to my friends. Hotel was basically empty and they could have been thoughtful enough to put us on Northern or Eastern exposure. If I had know I would have asked for the western or eastern side.
This is a fascinating town because of its length, full of surprises, its churches, its convent from where you can buy cakes and Tau crosses, its castle you can climb up to, a castle that has been renovated and is well worth a visit.
This town is very quiet and lacks activity. This a comment made by many visitors. It Appears to have many good attributes and is visually set well into the landscape with a castle ruin on the hill above.
Historic village with plenty of places to eat and an undoubted effort had been made to make tourists and pilgrims welcome. There is an exhibition in a disused church about the Camino and its purpose. Beautiful views across the valley to the hills. There is also a castle if you fancy the climb! The village is probably steeped in history
Castrojeriz is set out in a long line - 2 km from entrance to end. It is an attractive, sleepy medieval small town, with 3 churches, but only one can be visited. It is easy to visit in a short time. It has a pleasant Plaza Mayor. The Restaurant Meson does a good Pilgrim's menue (good choice).
Interesting village with lots of old houses, numerous churches and castle ruins perched at the top of the village. Nearby are the lovely old ruins of St Anton, a convent built a thousand years ago to attend to sick pilgrims