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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. Bed and pillow were very comfy!! Nice workers, great place to stay! Highly recommend!
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. wonderful friendly owners, very centrally located to everything you need. I stayed for 5 days and felt like I was staying with family. so welcoming and helpful.
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. Loved everything…town, hotel, staff, resto. Room was exceptional with closet for each of us, a little foyer, double sinks, separate WC, crisp linens.
La Villa Esponda is a house built in 1896, located in the center of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, opposite the ramparts. It has double-glazed bedrooms, free WiFi and free parking. A little difficult to find (for us) the little car parking service road in between the main road and accommodation signs were not visible because of a line of trees. Once found what a find. Right in the centre a short walk to everything. Our room '4' looked out to the rear of the building, a great mountain view. Our host was very pleasant and helpful. The apartment kitchen was functional but not extensive the place was spotlessly clean, great shower, comfy bed, and as I say right in the middle of town. A great place to see and experience the start of the pilgrims way. Just be warned, trying to find a coffee place before mid day is a trial.
Located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, 31 miles from Plaine d'Ansot and Bayonne Natural History Museum, Gite Compostella features views of the city. This is a camino hostal, and you get what you need, no washing possibilities but you can hang your clothes on the balcony. No place to lock up bag, thats always a +.
Located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, 31 miles from Plaine d'Ansot and Bayonne Natural History Museum and 7 miles from Baigorry Church, Maison Simonenia has accommodations with free WiFi and a garden... Perfect location right on the Camino. Super clean and comfortable. Host was very sweet.
Featuring free WiFi, Gite Izaxulo welcomes pilgrims of Santiago de Compostela as well as hikers in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Super location with a warm welcoming host. Our room was spacious and towels were big and fluffy .. a lovely base for the night before our Camino
There is surely more to do and see in Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port than we had time for. The Hotel Ramuntcho was perfect in every way. We were in town only for one night before beginning the Camino, and we would have been delighted to stay longer had time allowed.
We went to St Jean because it is the starting point of the French Camino. It is a charming place, lots of good places to stay and eat - though the prices in a cafe we stopped at are a lot higher than in nearby Spain! 5 Euros for a glass of wine compared with 1.5 Euros in Spain!
It’s beautiful little town in a beautiful setting. Well, we ate one of the restaurants where we could sit outside. Unfortunately I’ve forgotten the name of the restaurant. The food was good. The restaurant was quite busy. I gave the cashier €50 and was short changed €20. 🤨
Beautiful town at the start of the Camino frances. Not good for dairy and gluten allergy though and not every restaurant and bar proprietor is friendly. Hardly anything provided in any language other than french. Looking forward to crossing into Spain.
This town is small but beautiful. The train station is a classic start for any Camino trip. Almost everything is within walking distance. Make sure you check out the street where the Pilgrims Office is located. Great shops, food & European views.
Quiet, historic, interesting. We enjoyed walking around the town walls and exploring the two main historic streets: Rue de la Citadelle and Rue d'Espagne. The latter has interesting artisan stores. A feature of the town is engravings on stone door lintels that helped with the typography of the Basque language. On Thursday mornings in July and August there is a small producers and artisans market in the covered marketplace. The whole of the town is small enough to get around in a half day or evening; there are lots of steps to get around the town walls. The town is of course famous as a starting point for the Camino de Santiago and so there are many hostels catering to walkers; it also seems to add to the feeling of tranquility we found.
The location couldn't be better, right in the center of town, but still pretty quiet. The friendliness of the staff is very nice as well. Very nice that the guy spoke English. There is waterboiler in the room, coffee and tea is supplied. Romantic atmosphere, if you like traditional French hotels, you are in the right spot.
This hotel was excellent. Meticulously clean, Marc was welcoming and helpful, right in the heart of town, beautifully designed, thoughtful amenities. It was the perfect place to recover from jetlag before setting off on our Camino journey and business retreat. Thank you Marc!
Very close too the start of Camino Santiago, near Liddl, there is kitchen, living room, bunk and single beds, all good. You can leave at any time in the morning, it is important if you want to go to Rosenvalles in one day.
I had never stayed in an Albergue before so didn’t know what to expect. It was exceptionally clean. Everything had been thought about - able to safely charge phones etc. clothes washing facilities were good.
Beautiful Albergue about 1km into start of camino. Views incredible. Really hospitable and friendly. Encouraged everyone to meet and have a drink. Waking up to watch people starting camino from your bed.
This hotel is exceptional. There is great care given to every detail from the decor to the breakfast. The hosts were warm, welcoming and ready to assist us in any way to make our stay more enjoyable.
Location ideal on the main road through SJPdP. Near to restaurants and the Pilgrim's Office, Good sized room. Good power shower, cooking facilities although I didn't need them.
The staff was very accommodating. They staff allowed us to leave our luggage at their hotel so that we could hike to Orisson. I really appreciated there kindness and hospitality.
Loved everything…town, hotel, staff, resto. Room was exceptional with closet for each of us, a little foyer, double sinks, separate WC, crisp linens.