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Villa Marina is located in Puente la Reina and offers a shared lounge and a terrace. The villa has garden views and is 14 miles from Estella. We were on foot from the Camino and had some difficulty finding the apartment. The owner came immediately and met us. He also went to collect our luggage. Great experience, just be aware the apartment is short walk from town. Up a hill, past the cemetery and turn right. Easy once you know where it is.
Offering free WiFi and mountain views, Casa Maitetxu is a property located in Puente la Reina. The property has city views and is 13 miles from Estella. We were pleasantly surprised on how beautiful this 2 story apartment was. Host were wonderful and helpful. Great location in middle of old town.
Albergue Jakue features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Puente la Reina. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Friendly. Spotlessly clean. Laundry. Incredible buffet dinner for pilgrims. Right on the Camino
Located in Puente la Reina, Albergue Puente has a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. This is a lovely little Albergue that is great place to stay after walking from Pamplona.
Located in Puente la Reina, Hostal La Plaza has a bar and free WiFi throughout the property. Pamplona is 15 miles from the guesthouse, while Olite is 21 miles from the property. Great hostel in centre of small Spanish town. Everything was what we expected. Had a little balcony which had a clothes line to hang out a little bit of washing. Bar and restaurant associated with the hostel around the corner. Lovely town and great place to stay on the Camino 👏👏
Ate at el Toreado in the old section of town. We ordered the menu of the day11€. Food delicious. However, the owner was cheap with bread(brought four pieces for 2) when we asked for more bread we were told they were out of bread. Not 5 minutes they delivered bread to another table. That left a bad taste in my mouth.
Great location for anyone walking the Camino Frances - the hotel is just one street away from the Camino route. You check in at the bar which is right on the way and in the central square of the town. Restaurant is excellent. Has menu in several languages including English. I had quail for my second course. Because we’d had it on our 2014 trip there. It was not quite as good as the first time around. But still pretty impressive to find quail as part of a 15 euro menu!
As there were 3 adults in our group We opted for a superior family room in this hotel and it was just beautiful. Large bright room with a king sized double bed and 2 single beds . We even had a small tepee and an art easel. The lady on reception was very helpful and for weary travelers it was an oasis. There was also a washing machine and dryer available.
Lovely and modern in an old building with a history. Room was small but perfect, very clean, nice bath. Host was gracious and helpful. Breakfast was great little buffet in a comfortable room, and the host squeezed fresh orange juice for everyone. Terrific lounge for guests on the first floor. Wish all hotels were this comfortable and charming!
This hotel was ideally situated on one of the main streets of the village. There is a bar below which serves a range of drinks and tapas.
Beautiful large apartment right on the Camino steps away from the Puente la Reina bridge.
Basic and comfortable hotel.