Tourist lodgings strategically located at the start of the Camino de Santiago along the coast. We are in a nature neighborhood with forest, spring and a sixteenth-century mill nearby. We have a capacity of 40 seats and all the services you'd expect of a modern accommodation with local cuisine.
The lodging is next to the estate of Goikoerrota's Mill. The Mill is located in a building of traditional architecture from the 18th century. Close to this peculiar building tourist lodging has a capacity for 40 people, by the proper services of a modern installation, enjoying numerous comforts in a natural environment, where the water and an arboreal generous nature are the most important amenities.
This lodge has many services which include parking, separate bathrooms, ticket offices, central heating, dining room, kitchen, bar, terrace, TV, projector, internet and Wi-Fi access.
There are many services such as bicycle rental, clothes rental and a laundry service. We can also offer information on different activities.
In order to reach the destination from San Sebastian Airport, by car, you need to follow these instructions.
Once you exit the terminal, you need to head north Gabarrari Kalea. When you reach the first roundabout, you need to take the 3rd exit and continue along Sabin Arana Goiri Kalea. When you reach the next roundabout, you need to go straight ahead onto Bernart Etxepare Kalea. After, you should take a slight right onto Matxin Arzu Kalea. And then turn right at Arrantzale Auzoa and take the first left onto Almirante Alonso Kalea.After, you need to cross onto Itsasargi Kalea. When you reach the next roundabout, you need to take the second left onto Foru Kalea, at the 2nd roundabout you need to take 2nd exit onto Higer Bidea. You need to drive along Higer Bideo until you reach Barrio Jaizubia and when you do, you need to turn left and continue until you reach the destination.
In order to reach the destination from the nearest bus station, Autobuses Interurbanos, you need to head northwest on Polígono Industrial Txiplau and at the first roundabout, you should take the 1st exit onto GI-3440. At the second roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Labreder Kalea and at the third roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Baserritar Etorbidea. After, you need to turn left at Higer Bidea and you need to continue along this road until you reach Barrio Jaizubia. And when you reach Barrio Jaizubia, you need to turn left and continue until you reach the destination.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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The place is a little bit out of Hondarribia, 30 minutes walking in the countryside. It is a really nice place with family management and young guys and girls (it is impossible to forget the spirit of the young Macarena) taking care of the hostel. The hostel is clean, cosy and in the middle of the nature, the best place the breath fresh air and walk in the nature. The breakfast is really good and free and there is free internet connection. The hostel is located on the way of the camino de santiago so lot of pilgrims and interesting people stop there.
Facilitites, toilets and rooms are new (1 year).
Good value for the price and quality and the location is unforgettable.
The only problem is that the infos for the direction in the websites are wrong, they bring you to the Juan Sebastian Elkano hostel. So don't follow the indications of the written part but the ones of the homemade map, otherwise I suggest to take the phone of the hostel and call them if you cannot reach the place.
Have a good stay.
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