Albergue Haizea | Wise Pilgrim Guidebooks for the Camino de Santiago
Contact Info
Phone: 
948 760 379
Email: 
iralepo@hotmail.com
Hospitalero: 
Gorka and Igor
Practical Info
Reservations accepted: 
Yes
Total Beds: 
30
Price: 
12
Months open: 
DEC - Mid NOV
Open: 
9:00
Close: 
23:00
Founded: 
2014

Originally, and still, a Hostal Rural. They have now added 30 beds to the first floor for pilgrims. To get there from the camino by foot, turn left when you reach the road (the church is to your left, walk past it).

It is also attached to a bar and restaurant.

Stuff

Services
Coffee Vending: 
At Bar
Food and Drink: 
At Bar
Internet: 
Yes, WiFi (free) and computer
Bike storage: 
Yes
Public Phone: 
Yes
Other accommodation: 

Comments

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Very spacious and super clean hostel good meal.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

I had reserved here with the stated understanding of getting a 7pm meal. Hostel is spacious with a lounge, and the bed was comfortable and clean. I had the best sleep in 4 nights since I left home. However, the promised dinner kept on being postponed until 9pm finally . This was too late as we would already be in bed. Luckily, I had some snacks in my backpack. No breakfast or coffee the next morning until after 8am. I completed the envelope for bp transport to Larrasoana but pack did not make it. Clerk never called transport company to arrange like she said she would

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Had to stay on my own after Roncesvalles nightmare, so I got a private room. The place has a bar/restaurant so that was very comfortable since I didn't want to move anywhere and just chill. Hotel is clean and was a nice staff. The only problem was that around 11 pm my room and entire floor started to smell of a kitchen, of a burning fat or something very disgusting so had to sleep with windows wide open and it was cold! Very cold. Fox.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Yes, why? Just 6 kms further is this gem. And, if you spent your last night in Orisson, there is no excuse for staying at that human animal farm of a hostel at the monastery of Orreaga. This one is not just clean and comfortable, but is in a lovely Basque house, has an elevator to help while you recover your aching muscles after crossing the Pyrenees, a restaurant/bar, available menu del dia or a la carte dishes, and tasty pintxos/tapas with nice choice of wines available.