Description and Notice

The albergue is run by a Dutch Association.

Season
01-April - 31-October
Contact Info
Association

31242 Navarra
Spain

Mobile
+34 623 428 216
Practical Info
Open
12:00
Close
22:15
Total Beds
21
Price
12
Pilgrim only?
Yes
Private Rooms
Individual room
35
Double room
40
Triple room
45
Kitchen
Refrigerator
Yes
Facilities
Terrace
Yes
Dining room
Yes
Lounge
Yes
Laundry
Clothesline
Yes
Wash basin
Yes
Food
Breakfast
Yes
Dinner
Yes
Group Dinner
Yes
Vegetarian
Yes
Services
Bike storage
Yes

Comments

Camino de Sant…

Check in starts at 2pm. Very friendly hosts and the best meal so far! Stayed on the top floor “penthouse” room with a balcony. Amazing views and good place to relax. Very low ceilings so watch your head!

Camino de Sant…

Fantastic time here, best meal on the trip so far with a real Camino communal meal. Devotions held that night were an extra bonus.

Camino de Sant…

The rooms have relatively few people which is nice. The communal dinner is served with the hosts which is great. The hosts all seem to be genuinely interested in chatting and all seemed lovely. The dinner was only fine, though the salad was definitely one of the better ones I’ve had so far (honestly I wouldn’t have mentioned that the meal was only fine except that one comment said it was the best of the Camino). Would certainly recommend.

Camino de Sant…

Should make a point of staying here and if you do, after you enjoy the lovingly prepared meal, join the meditation session in their humble sweet oratory. It will deepen your Camino experience.
Great albergue in all respects.

Camino de Sant…

Lemon water to drink, cold water with Epsom salts for your feet, and wonderfully kind hosts to greet you out front. Who could ask for more? The communal dinner was delicious! Some of the hallways and doorways are a bit small for taller folks, but overall an excellent albergue experience!

Camino de Sant…

A delightful stop. Real sense of community. Warm and welcoming hospitalarios. Excellent food - far, far above the norm - and an all-round positive vibe. Definitely worth visiting.

Camino de Sant…

Stopped here on 16th of august 2020. Best stop on the camino so far! Marlene cooked delicious dinner for 10 euros, and there was breakfast for 4 euros. Camino spirit in top, would recomend to all.

Camino de Sant…

As others have said, the building is quaint , the hospitality was above and beyond and the food was very good and garden fresh. My only complaint is the bathrooms are oddly located and somewhat inadequate in number- and that is at half capacity due to Covid. Still give it a thumbs up , we enjoyed the real Camino spirit we found here

Camino de Sant…

A lovely, seemingly out-of-the-way location with wonderful hospitality. Ellie and Fleur were lovely hosts, and the peregrinos bonded over a delicious home-cooked community meal. After, we were invited to join the staff for their nightly meditation. This albergue experience was a wonderful renewal after a few days hard walk.

Camino de Sant…

This alberque is run by international volunteers. We did not stay here but we wish we had. The pilgrim meal is only served to pilgrims staying at the alberque. The menu sounded great, asparagus soup, and a main Indian dish. Definitely not the standard pilgrim meal fare. Everyone that ate there, said the food was fantastic. Since there are only two albergue and one supermarket in town, if you're looking for a good meal, consider booking this albergue.