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Hotel Rey Sancho is set in a restored, historic building in Navarrete, part of the Camino de Santiago. It offers a range of great dining options and free Wi-Fi. Darling family run pension with friendly hosts, clean and comfortable beds and bathroom. Charmingly decorated with local prints. Spring for the laundry service and breakfast - you will not be disappointed! Location for Camino pilgrims cannot be beat.
Hotel San Camilo is set in a historic building only 5 minutes’ drive from Logroño, on the Camino de Santiago and La Rioja Wine Route. It features 144 ft² of gardens and sports facilities. beautiful peaceful setting, well maintained grand rooms, updated facilities, staff wad wonderful best stay on this 2 week trip
Located in Navarrete, Hostal A La Sombra Del Laurel features a shared lounge, garden, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. The hostel has family rooms. It was a very good and very clean accomodation nearby the historic village and the landlady was very friendly. Breakfast was fantastic with fresh fruits and a very good coffee. The garden invites for relaxing.
Navarrete is quiet small but very cute... It's a good place to stay if you want to explore the region. Yet there are few restaurants and bars, so if you're looking for some animation you need to reach other towns by car.
Lovely little town perfectly located on the main road from Bilbao to Costa Dorada, intersecting the Camino de Santiago. We walked the 17km navarette to Nájera route with our kids so they could experience some of the pilgrimage before we headed to the beach. A great town, with lots of history, great little family friendly bars that serve reasonably priced food...
Navarrete is a nice small town located close to the motorway, ideal to stop off on the drive from Villa Joyosa, Costa Blanca, to Bilbao Ferry Port. It is located in beautiful country side & is a peaceful location. The town has adequate facilities for an overnight stay including bars & two supermarkets. There is a very nice panaderia selling delicious bread & cakes.
Truly darling little, sleepy town .... very beautiful ! You might definitely check out the lovely Cathedral and enjoy the walk to the top of the hill for incredible vistas We enjoyed our meal at bar Despirtivo, too – do not miss this A+ experience
Navarette is a very historical town and The Tourist Information Office has helpful staff to help you to find accommodation and to provide details of places of interest to visit and places to eat. The Church is truly wonderful. As a walker on the Camino I enjoyed the four separate, and very distinctive water fountains. Food was excellent in the local restaurant recommended to us. I only wish I had stayed an extra day - which is precisely what my two dinner companions decided to do.
The location of the hotel was close to the expressway, the Don Jocobo winery we toured, and an easy walk up to Navarrete for dinner. You will need to rent a car to get around the wine country - available at the train station in Lograno. I would recommend the horseback ride thru the vineyards (just outside of the town of Navarrete)
The hotel owner Robert was so obliging to most of our request that he even help to boil hot water to make our coffee ss we wete ferling cold. The room was very clean n the share toilet was big ,clean n smells nice . Robert even offered to fo our laundry when i asked about it. The whole place has a cosy n family look. Is like u pay for a pension stay but u get 5 stars treatment. I would highly recommend to friends if they are to come by this way.
The staff were all lovely and most helpful. This was my eighth stopover of this trip - thank you for not giving me white linen! Thank you also for telling me of Navarrete church: perfectly spectacular. Everything was great, especially the breakfast. Best value for money yet.
Nice small, friendly hotel in a lovely town.
It was a cozy hotel with a friendly staff
Best nights stay in Navarrete ever!
Old colonial type hotel