Pros: Good location for walks. Helpful staff. Beautiful building.
Cons: Wine and dessert included in the menu were really poor. Fresh orange juice for breakfast.
Pros: I arrived ill with bronchitis and received the most wonderful support. The staff were all concerned about my health and made things as easy as possible for me. The owner personally checked up on me ...
Cons: There is nothing I did not like
Pros: Great place to stop along the Camino de Santiago - I came in after a long day of walking, the Pilgrim's meal was delightful, the room clean and comfortable, and the nice man at the front desk ...
Pros: Just loved this place. Beautiful house. All been restored to high standard. Owners very helpful. good breakfast and dinner. Would stay again, but ask for a room lower down in the house.
Cons: As we are in our mid 70s, the 47 stairs to the top of the house was a bit of a climb, but worth it when you got there.
Pros: Well placed in a quiet village just off the Camino Santiago we were curious to see what lay behind the widely varying reviews. The staff comprise a young couple (the owners?) and one friendly employee...
Cons: Nothing to fault. Maybe they have their off days like all of us!
Pros: Nice themed inn for an overnight stay. Located in a small agricultural community.
Cons: No AC so you rely on open windows for the cool night air. The agricultural community wakes early. In our case we had farmer with a chain saw busy at at 8AM.
Pros: The eccentricity of the whole place. Totally original and at the same time comfortable.
Pros: Quirky interior,
Cons: Charged extra when we asked for more coffee at breakfast
Pros: The staff were nice but no one seemed to be in charge. A maid checked us in.
Cons: The hotel is in a village with no cafes or stores so we were totally dependent on the hotel for food. The menu was ridiculously expensive and ambitious given there appeared to be no one there to cook...
Pros: High quality and beautifully decorated. Friendly helpful staff
Cons: Dinner is way too expensive and quality is poor.
Pros: The staff was so helpful. We were Pilgrims on the Camino a rest. The staff took a lot of time to help us find a room for the next night. The dinner was delicious. It felt so good to be pampered
Pros: I liked the way that nothing was too much to ask for. The man on reception and his brother(whom I took to be the owners) were very helpful to two weary 'Peregrinos 'on an onward journey.
Cons: A bit unsure about not having a toilet door!
Pros: This was probably the nicest hotel I have ever been to. The staff was very friendly (even though we arrived quite late), the rooms were super, the breakfast was great. Hope to return again some day!
Cons: Nothing. Great place to stay. A pity we only booked for one night on our journey from Santiago to Barcelona and we had no time to stay for lunch and to see the village. The only thing was that we ...
Pros: The warm welcome and the meal with typical dishes from the area. Only 15km from Burgos but the hotel is in the middle of a typical small village. If you like a design hotel with very good food and on the country-side, go for it.
Cons: I was very happy nothing to say.
Enjoy your visit to Valle de Oca with a stay at Hotel Valle de Oca. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's also a garden, and rooms offer fireplaces and balconies.
Pros: The property had been meticulously renovated; the owner was really helpful and informative; the beds were really comfortable
Cons: It would have been better if the photo was of the front of the house as we struggled to identify it at first, even though it's a very distinctive yellow building
Pros: Nice bedroom
Cons: Nothing in this village. Eat at the hotel. Was charged euro 25 for a less than average evening meal
Pros: Extremely polite and well spoken staff, great service.
Pros: We had decided to take an overnight stop in Viloria de la Rioja, while we were walking this section of the Camino, and opted for the comfort of Mihotelito. We were greeted by the owner (Maria ...
Cons: The village was very, very quiet
Pros: An extremely quiet hotel in a very small village on the Campostela. The owner of the establishment can provide a very nice evening meal if requested as there are no restaurant facilities in the ...
Pros: Maria, our host was terrific. A very nice place, home cooked meal in a quaint village. A personal tour of the village church by the Mayor was cool too!
Pros: Right on the Camino. Charming, small building. Owner provides excellent, upscale, first class dinner. Terry & Bill USA
Pros: Very peaceful location Spotlessly clean Good food Very helpful owner
Cons: A little too far from bars or restaurants
Cons: No laundry facility and no place to air dry clothing.
Pros: Our hostess was wonderful. She went out of her way to prepare a delicious meal to cater to our different needs. Beds were very comfortable and bathroom spacious.
Cons: Loved everything.
Situated in Viloria de Rioja, this hotel is 5 mi (8.1 km) from Church of Santa Maria and within 12 mi (20 km) of Santo Domingo de la Calzada Cathedral Museum and Rioja Natura Zoo. Fuentemolinos Cave and Ojapark are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Pros: The quality of the materials in the interior.
Cons: Ask room with one bed for two persons, they gave two beds. The room smeel a lot a lot smoke from tabac.
Pros: Car parking was behind gate of ptoperty nice and secure. Breakfast could have been better but adequate. Lovely relaxing location plenty of bars and nice restaurants. A good stop en route from Algarve ...
Cons: Only breakfast could have been better but not a problem
Pros: On site car park Very central
Pros: Excellent value for money in a hotel bang in the middle of town. And it had its own free car park right next door.
Cons: The adjoining bar was only open in the morning.
Pros: Comfortable beds, nice breakfast
Cons: Church bells ringing thru the night every quarter of an hour
Pros: Very helpful staff, recommended best restaurant to have dinner in.
Pros: The cafe served a good brekka. The bed was comfortable. It's close to the centre of town
Cons: The bar could have been open in the evenings
Pros: Very clean and free parking.plenty of places to eat and drink within 50 yards of the hotel and you can get to Bilbao ferries in 2 hours.
Pros: My third time staying here. Hotel is always very clean and tidy. Comfy beds, good showers.
Cons: Breakfast is a little limited on choice, would be nice to have a few more options, yogurts etc, but only croissant, fresh orange and tea / coffee available.
Pros: Amazing host . So welcoming . Extremely clean with an exceptional atmosphere
Pros: This is a quiet and cozy environment. Communal meal was tasty.
Cons: Negativity of inn keepers. The property locks guests in from 9 pm til 7 am. This is a life safety hazard.
Pros: Great hosts, Lovely pilgrim dinner, Cosy and warm
Refugio Acacio & Orietta is located in Viloria de Rioja, just 17 miles from Haro. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Each room comes with a shared bathroom. There is a gift shop at the property. Bike rental is available at this hostel and the area is popular for hiking. Ezcaray is 8 miles from Refugio Acacio & Orietta, and Elciego is 25 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Burgos Airport, 27 miles from Refugio Acacio & Orietta.
Cons: the staff very unprofessional and the rooms dirty.
Pros: Exellent staff
Cons: Bedbugs. We waked up in the morning with bites all over. The bites continue to appear all the day after. Don't sleep there if you want to walk without screching all the time all days after
Pros: The shower was very modern.
Cons: My husband had to repair shower door.
Pros: It is a great value hotel and albergue that sits on the edge of town. Great staff and good clan facilities and room. For 40€ for two in a private room with bath, and 6.50£ dinners and laundry at 3£ to...
Cons: Nothing I did not like.
Pros: Camp-like style. 5 min walk to town.
Pros: We did the Camino and there was an extreme heat wave; so to arrive at this place with a pool was like a dream. Room were very nice, a bit warm but there was a fan on the ceiling. Food was ok, ...
Cons: No shower but you get used to it.
Pros: This hotel was fantastic . It was exactly as advertised.
Pros: Clean private rooms with great staff and good food at great prices
Pros: Really good value. Very good food and lovely relaxed ambience. Great cheese board.
Cons: No negatives.
Offering an outdoor pool, a garden, a terrace and free Wi-Fi in public areas, Hotel A Santiago is located in Belorado. Santo Domingo de la Calzada is a 13 miles away. All bright rooms at A Santiago have a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom with bath or shower. Some rooms have a hydromassage shower. Guests also have access to Albergue A Santiago, located in front of the hotel, and to the shared kitchenette equipped with a microwave, fridge and kitchenware. You will find a restaurant and a bar on site, where you can get packed lunches. There is also a drinks vending machine and a mini market. Other on-site facilities include a games room and a shared lounge. Surrounded by nature, Hotel A Santiago is well situated for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. The property offers free parking for bicycles. Valdezcaray Ski Resort is 50 minutes’ drive away and Burgos is 29.2 miles from the property.
Pros: Lovely couple managing the property. Although our Spanish is very limited and their English is also very limited we managed ok.
La Posada del Obispo is a great choice for a stay in Quintanilla San Garcia. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this boutique hotel include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and bathrobes.
Cons: You couldn't open the window . The loo was completely unstable and made the most terrible noise when used as if about to crash .
Pros: Location and friendly staff
Cons: Small uncomfortable bed very noisy due to the way it is constructed
Pros: Nice to be recognised by the staff. The staff were very helpful as we found the hotel is changing the rooms on the first floor to showers (rather than BIG baths). We were switched to a room with a ...
Cons: The pillows were very uncomfortable. My tip is to always bring your own. We had a faulty electrical problem in the lighting. We found (again) that the evening meals are extremely salty. Not happy ...
Pros: Convenient location for our travels
Cons: Where do I begin? Third time staying here and it is dropping in standards. We were not made aware of any remodelling going on, on our floor so the room was cleaned but still dusty in places. The ...
Pros: overall good
Pros: Everything..amazing !!
Pros: Price was very good
Cons: Breakfast could be better. Sheets were not changed within 3 days.
Pros: Location was close to main road
Cons: Dogs barking
Pros: Staff were excellent. The hotel was very interesting, being on the Camino de Santiago. Very clean room with all the facility's. I would definitely stay again.
Cons: Hard to say!!
Pros: Typically Spanish ,large bedroom, very clean, helpful staff, nice warm and cosy in the small dining area.
Cons: It was difficult to find we felt it needed clear signs once you turned of the main road.we ended up outside a Geriatric nursing home and there was no sign to say which direction to the Hotel. We went around in circles and had to ask people where it was.
A great choice for a stay in Castrillo Del Val, Hotel Camino de Santiago features a rooftop terrace and puts you just 5 mi (8 km) from the airport. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: The swimming pool and the pilgrims menu is great!
Cons: Not possible to lock the toilets, two were broken
Cons: I was the it woman in a room full of men. I did not like it. The perogrino meal was not so good but the breakfast was good. Outside the building was nice with real grass and a swimming pool
Pros: It was an awesom experience the owners and staff were very friendly and the swimming pool was a huge success with all of the people walking the Camino.
Pros: Basic experience with poor sound proofing
Cons: Hot and stuffy. Very noisy. 10 pm curfew not imposed
Cons: The lady who checked me in was extemely rude to me and would only give her attention to my male friend who speaks Spanish fluently (I try but I'm just learning and it takes me awhile to find the ...
Pros: Modern, food available throughout the day, nice clotheslines, & stable bunks...
Cons: Not truly in town and bathrooms definitely could have been cleaner.
Pros: The pool looked clean and there was a lovely Russian girl on reception.
Cons: Don't stay here if it's the last bed in town. This place is filthy! Bathrooms dirty wet and smelly. No locks on toilet doors and no loo paper. Manager surly and generally the meanest person ...
Pros: An oase form a pilgrim, with a nice swimmingpool. Beautiful views, quiet place for a good rest. Nice menu.
Cons: There wasn't any shelves to put your things, clothes in the bathroom,difficult to get dressed...
Pros: Location was great. It appeared as an oasis after a long walk. The pool was refreshing even though I only say by it. It was also well organized.
Cons: Wifi was spotty but that's really it. I'm not a huge fan of Alburgues and their private rooms were booked.
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