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Located in Zubiri, 17 mi from Roncesvalles, Txantxorena provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Our afternoon and morning hosts were very friendly and helpful. This is a wonderful place to stay on El Camino.
Set in the foothills of Navarra Pyrenees, Pensión Amets is a guest house located in Zubiri, by Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. There is a garden with views of the river and a medieval bridge. Great location, very helpful owner, breakfast was good. Free washing & clothes lines simply heaven when walking the Camiño :)
Set in Larrasoaña, 20 mi from Roncesvalles, Pensión El Peregrino offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. A terrace can be found at the bed and breakfast, along with a garden. Small town off the Camino de Santiago.... I enjoyed the people and especially the host, Leonardo. He had many great stories and history of the region etc.
Located in the village of Larrasoaña Town Center, Pension Tau offers rooms with mountain views and a shared lounge with a fireplace. Super friendly people, Great dinner (the lady even made gluten free breakfast and dinner for me), comfortable rooms, very tidy surroundings.
Offering beautiful rustic rooms with views of the surrounding mountains, Hotel Akerreta has a picturesque setting in the village of Akerreta, on the Camino de Santiago. The extra long beds. Dinner was a great value and delicious. Very nice breakfast. The hotel is built in a 300 yearold farm house which has been sympathetically restored and updated.
Located in Eugi, Hostal Etxeberri has a restaurant, bar, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. It was, by far, the nicest place on the Camino in our 9 days of walking. The staff is delightful, the setting beautiful, the rooms great, the owner absolutely a delight. Cannot say enough.
The local pharmacy had the most helpful person working the afternoon that I went in for some help with digestive issues. She was knowledge and listened to my concerns. I actually saw her the next morning as I was walking out of town and she asked how I was! The local bar/restaurant that is across the street from the Esso Gas Station where I had lunch was filled with locals and they smiled and made me feel welcome. The waiter recommended great soup and between the two of us (I didn't speak Spanish and he didn't speak English) we communicated just fine. Great small village!