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Casa Grande Hotel features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Grañón. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Beautiful view from our superior room with a skylight and a view of the church spire. Delicious dinner and breakfast - fresh baked croissants! We are walking the Camino de Santiago and this was a rare departure from bunk beds in a large dormitory. Well worth the splurge. It was tranquil and very comfortable and right on the Way the next morning.
Set in Grañón, 27 mi from Miranda de Ebro, Casa Rural Cerro de Mirabel offers a terrace and free WiFi. Units come with a kitchen with a dining area, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and bidet. The room was lovely and spacious. The bathroom had a good size shower. Breakfast also very good.
Apartamentos Mirador de Grañón is located in the countryside just outside Santo Domingo de la Calzada. Free WiFi access is available in public areas. This is a brand new house with 2 bedroom a huge living room and a kitchen equipped with washing machine etc. My ensuite had a large bath / shower while Stu had to share the communal shower and toilet. I'd say a family of 4 or even more if you used the living room so it is absolutely huge. I'll Stay again and use it as a base for a section of the Camino and possibly have 3 nights as the jiminez bus is perfect for Granon. The price was amazing and it was our best value stay of the Camino.
Located in Grañón, 27 mi from Elciego, Casa Jacobea provides a restaurant and free WiFi. The country house offers a sun terrace. Very friendly owner who met us late after a long day’s walk on the Camino and gave tips about where to eat etc. All in Spanish but we understood the important bits despite our lack of the language. House was rural and basic but comfortable and beds gave us the best night’s sleep so far on the trip! Added bonus of a bath for a much needed soak and was great for the rest stop we needed.
We stayed at the Albergue in Granon only so we could visit the Atapuerca archaeological site the next day. We figured a hotel in Burgos would be much more expensive. But be warned, the guided tour of the archaeological digs is totally in Spanish and very rapid Spanish too so unless you are almost native speaker standard you won't get what they are explaining.