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Stayed here 2 nights, starting Camino. Very convenient location, clean. Local flavor exterior, charming. Nice view of valley from balcony of room 11 (I think.). Breakfast adequate, bread great. Room decor very tired, and bed not comfortable. Soft mattress. Front desk allowed late check which...More
This was a perfectly comfortable hotel and I was there two nights before beginning the Camino. The breakfast is very good with plenty of options. It is not the Ritz but if you are walking the Camino this is a very functional and well-located place...More
We stayed here at the end of our Camino and it was ok. Service is given grudgingly and even the word service is generous. Our room was clean, our bathroom spacious and had everything we needed. Breakfast was fine. It felt like we were doing...More
Stayed the first night here as it is central to St Jean - though St Jean itself is not very big.
A quaint family run hotel with limited staff but the welcome is warm and the food wholesome. There is no lift or someone to...More
We stayed here for two days at the beginning of our walk of the French Camino. Quiet, took a while for the receptionist (Owner?) to appear. Doubles as a bar for the town, but also seemed quiet. Room was excellent, with good facilities, and breakfast...More
US$87 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Foolfortravel2014 | Reviewed this property |
Hi from the train station follow the main street uphill, follow the signs to the French Camino porto, and the hotel is on your right after you go through the gate/porto. At the corner of the main street it is on your right... More
Hi from the train station follow the main street uphill, follow the signs to the French Camino porto, and the hotel is on your right after you go through the gate/porto. At the corner of the main street it is on your right as well.
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"Fun to have a window overlooking the street to see the pilgrims, but it will be noisier in the morning."