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Hotel Jakue is set in the historic village of Puente la Reina, 11 mi from Pamplona. This small hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free on-site parking and functional rooms with plasma TVs. Excellent place to stop on the Camino. I stayed in the hotel but there is an albergue here too. The room was comfortable and quiet with all the usual facilities. The restaurant serves a very good buffet dinner but be sure to make a reservation at reception an hour or so beforehand.
Located in Puente la Reina, Albergue Jakue features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. This is my third time staying here. Wouldn’t stay anywhere else in Puente la Reina. Had a private double room this time... basic but had everything you need. Dinner was amazing...... buffet, hot and cold starters, meat and fish, desserts, wine on tap......what more could you want???
Offering free WiFi and mountain views, Casa Maitetxu is an accommodations set in Puente la Reina. The apartment features city views and is 13 mi from Estella. Beautiful apartment in great location. We only had one night here when walking the Camino, the lovely bath was appreciated! This apartment is very comfortable and spacious and would be a good base from which to stay longer and explore the area.
Beautiful little town, everywhere is a detail to admire, great wine bar at the end of the Main Street and after 100mts you can admire the bridge and the river from a beautiful resting garden. Definitely worth it to stay for a night.
A truly amazing place full of history and nice people. Great food and plenty of reasonable places to stay. Ideal for using as a base to explore this beautiful part of Spain. The local food is simple but great tasting, nice local wines and plenty of bars and terraces to enjoy the sunshine. On the pilgrims way to Santiago de Compostella it is full of different people from all over the world and if history is your thing there is lots to explore.
Small town with a famous Bridge. Local churches are very nice as us the old Main Street with several cafes. Pilgrim menu is so cheap for what you get in places. Compact center. One day is prob enough.
Puente la Reina is a delightful village/town to wander around and explore. Of course the bridge is beautiful but make sure you give yourself time to sit beneath it and take it all in rather than just cross it. Plenty of little shops and restaurants too.
It rained heavily all the time so we saw very little of it. I really didn't like the really really tall and narrow streets. They were so dark because there were no colours on the walls or doors. Everything looked closed up and lifeless. We didn't get as far as the riverside maybe that would have been nicer.
Puente la Reina is a great little stop if you are doing the Camino Way. It has a lovely medieval bridge. The town itself is very quiet and nothing is open during siesta, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing!