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Hotel des Remparts is an old house from 1643 located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, opposite the public garden. Free Wi-Fi access is available in the public areas. Hostess, chef very good. Extra helpful. Friendly, efficient.
Hôtel des Pyrénées is a former coaching inn, set just 1312 feet from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port’s citadel. This 4-star hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, an on-site restaurant and free Wi-Fi access. Location--perfect. Parking available tho street parking adequate.
Hôtel Itzalpea is located in the heart of the village of St Jean Pied de Port, in the Basque country. This hotel features a traditional tearoom and comfortable accommodations. Great location near the main street. Nice friendly helpful staff. Good starting place for the Camino. Good breakfast. Big open clean room and nice bath.
Located in the old town of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, Hôtel Ramuntcho offers a restaurant with a terrace and guestrooms with free Wi-Fi. It was a very nice room and the hotel was in a quiet neighborhood
With a shared lounge and a terrace, Gîte BIDEAN is located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and provides free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. This was a fantastic place to stay at the start of Camino Frances. We had the double room overlooking the street. Very quaint and comfortable. The pilgrim’s dinner had a lovely salad with goat cheese and an appetizer. Main course was chicken curry. Breakfast included homemade jams and yogurt, among other things. Joe and Pascal were great hosts. We were really glad we stayed there.
Located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, in a building dating from 17th century, Gite de la Porte Saint Jacques has a garden and guestrooms with free WiFi. The hostel is charming, modern with french country. Beautiful place.
Located in Uhart-Cize, Maeva Particuliers Residence Le Parc d'Arradoy provides accommodations with an outdoor pool.
Résidence Le Parc d'Arradoy is located in Uhart-Cize and offers a garden and a terrace. The nearest airport is Biarritz Airport, 33 miles from the apartment.
Featuring a garden, an outdoor pool and garden views, Appartement Pierre & Vacances - St Jean Pied de Port is located in Uhart-Cize. Great to have an appartment short walk into the centre of St Jean. Well equipped with washing machine too. Nice to sit by pool
Featuring a garden, an outdoor pool and garden views, Appt Pierre et Vacances - St Jean Pied de Port is located in Uhart-Cize.
This hotel in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port has been booked 70 times
This hotel in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port has been booked 69 times
This hotel in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port has been booked 40 times
This hotel in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port has been booked 11 times
Charming little town to relax the night before starting the slog over the mountains. Well stocked hiking store and shops to buy cheese and chocolate. Get a good nights sleep because it is straight up tomorrow.
We like many travelers started our Camino in st Jean. We were very glad we spent a few days there before we started, unlike many that showed up the day they were to start walking and announce “ what a beautiful little town, wish I could have spent a few days here before I started the Camino!”.... give yourself two days...
Love this little town! It's the starting point for many people walking The Camin de Santiago. Also a four season resort for hiking and playing in the snow. Great little shops; the Spice shop across the street from the Church is not to be missed. Visit the Church and the Old Fort (which is now a school and they hold outdoor concerts there).
Great historic medieval town on the famous pilgrimage route that leads to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.This is a walkable town. Cars aren't allowed on the narrow streets from 1.30 To 8:30pm. Lots of places to eat.
As the traditional starting and jumping off port to hike the Camino, there are many facilities for the active traveler: hiking equipment and goods, food supplies and such. A last bit of French food befor hiking into Spain. Old walls and fortifications for the history buff. And a river runs through it.
I have walked the Camino de Santiago several times. St Jean is considered the beginning of the road. In the past I have always had several people traveling with me under time restraint and was not able to begin here, but rather in Spain. It was very exciting to have the opportunity to visit the town. Based on this, St Jean was by far the most exciting stop on my tour of France. The town itself is a small hamlet. Like many of the towns along the Camino, there is a mix of price ranged hotels and lots of places to eat. I was there in May. The owner told me the Hotels close in the winter and the town becomes very quiet. Visually the town is really beautiful.
8.9 Excellent 408 reviews
Great albergue in a wonderful location for beginning the Camino. The owners, Isabelle and Alain, lovingly restored this house and turned it into a real gem. The entire albergue is Incredibly clean, with comfortable wooden bunks. The rooms are a good size. I stayed in a four person room and there was plenty of space. Large private lockers keep the space available even more airy and uncluttered. Towels are provided! The hosts, Isabelle and Alain, are incredibly kind and helpful. I loved my stay and will definitely stay here again.
7.8 Good 539 reviews
The owner/manager worked very hard to look after us. He was cheerful and helpful, we had dinner at a local eatery and he supplied breakfast, which was very good and worth the 3€ that we paid. It was the first night of our pilgramage and we were excited and full of apprehension about the journey ahead of us. Now we have only 254 km to go to Santiago and with 546 km and many albergues behind us, we can look back and see this was up there with the best.
9.5 Exceptional 83 reviews
Christian and jennavive are such a lovely couple. I felt I was staying with relatives a d not a hotel. Christian is a chef so breakfast was heavenly. They are super helpful with all kind of suggestions. Bed was great and the place is super clean. Walk 5 minutes and you are in town. Just perfect
7.8 Good 264 reviews
Amazing place to stay perfect position near Pilgrims office ..friendly ..room lovely n clean,bed comfy. Couldnt have wished for a better place to start Camino
8.9 Excellent 311 reviews
Great location near the main street. Nice friendly helpful staff. Good starting place for the Camino. Good breakfast. Big open clean room and nice bath.
7.9 Good 290 reviews
I was able to have my bike rental for the Camino delivered to this hotel. Great view from the balcony. Comfortable beds.
8.8 Excellent 184 reviews
Accommodation was just what we expected. Perfect start to our Camino. Enjoyed an excellent meal in good company.
9.3 Awesome 115 reviews
Pascal and Joe were really welcoming and friendly! Comfy bed, tidy and warm albergue
9.5 Exceptional 188 reviews
It is perfect for the pilgrim's office and the start of the Camino Francés.
8.1 Very Good 903 reviews
Centrally located near Pilgrim Office and Post Office. Nice firm bed mattress.
9.1 Awesome 908 reviews
Next door to pilgrims office and very clean and comfortable accommodation
8.5 Very Good 132 reviews
Hotel and facilities were immaculate. Very clean and the pool was lovely.
8.2 Very Good 422 reviews
Reasonably cheap. Pleasedc we secured a double room.
7.2 Good 365 reviews
Old world charm, location, hot water, Lidl nearby.
8.8 Excellent 296 reviews
Very friendly and welcoming host and hostess, lovely location and great view of the countryside.
9.1 Awesome 354 reviews
Hosts were exceptional...breakfast delicious!