This is a small village with a casa rural and bar, unmarked.
You have to actively take right and then left (leave the camino) into the village and ask your way.
The hostess Carmen Heras is the only person I met on these 3 days of walking who could speak rudimentary English. This is the only option for an overnight stay other than the two I used, described in this guide, but you have to call and book well on beforehand, because there is no shop (as always) in the village, and Carmen needs to go to Burgos for shopping before you arrive. Carmen speaks basic English; enough to communicate.
Casa Rural Roblejimeno,
c/o Carmen Heras,
phone no. 628 692 459http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Only canned beer in the bar here, unfortunately. Actually, if the weather is hot (or rainy), it might be a good idea to take a stop here, doing the San Olav in 4 short days in stead of 3.
After a short ascent, you have 1 (short) hour of peaceful, tranquil walking through a forrest on a ridge.