|Tel. number||+34 696 688 399|
C/Monteviejo, 21 - 31152 Muruzábal – Navarra
Charging point for electric bicycles
The Hostel EL JARDÍN DE MURUZÁBAL was completely renovated by us in April 2015, located in generous gardens, where you can enjoy a nice break after a tough stage of your personal Camino de Santiago.
In our hostel, you can choose from several accommodation options. We have 2 double bedrooms with private bathroom each, 1 double bedroom and a triple room sharing a bathroom and in addition a room with 14 bunk beds that share 2 bathrooms.
As common areas, the hostel offers a kitchen, a large living room with 2 sofas and library areas, and two large porches where you can enjoy the sunset.
To the pilgrims who travel by bike, the hostel has a garage to store bicycles and to repair if necessary.
And we do not forget the pilgrims with pets. They are welcome, provided that the animals stay outside the house.
Fitted sheet, pillow case are included in the price.
Important: reservations are accepted. Confirm by phone if you will arrive after 14.00 h. Otherwise, the reservation will be cancelled.
Bunk bed: 10 €
“The Olive Tree”, 2 beds with shared bath: 40€ breakfast included
“The Almond Tree”, 3 beds with shared bath: 55€ breakfast included
“The Apple Tree”, 2 beds with bath: 50€ breakfast included
“The Laurel Tree”, 2 beds with bath: 50€ breakfast included
Washing machine: 3€
Bed sheet: 2€
Guided visit to Eunate Church: consult (we will offer you bikes for your visit, if needed)
Massage therapist: consult
Bikes are welcome in our hostel.
The Church of Saint Mary of Eunate is from the 12th century. Due to its octagonal plan, the first theories stated that Eunate was a Templar church, related to other central plan churches like the Templar convent of Tomar, the Temple Church of London or the Holy Sepulchre of Pisa, all of them inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. This alleged Templar origin and the aura of mystery that surrounds the church have contributed to esoteric interpretations.
The name „Eunate” comes from the Basque for “a hundred gates” and refers to the arches that surround this ancient hermitage.
We offer you guided tours and of course bikes if you need to relax your feet.
Enjoy this lovely place close to our Albergue – a few picture teasers of Eunate below.
|Tel. number||+34 948 223 332 (Hostel) / +34 692 208 463 (Iñaki) / +34 696 075 595 (César)|
|Address||Calle del Carmen 31, 31100 Pamplona (Navarra)|
Charging point for electric bicycles
The location, design, cleanliness and exquisite service make Casa Ibarrola an obligatory stop for our rest. Design with few places that provides a more exclusive and intimate service than the rest of the hostels, where privacy is virtually nil.
Everything invites you to relax, it is designed to give the customer the greatest comfort possible as every area is intended for it.
We have a Wi-Fi area with one computer that will be available to the customers for free. We have a website where pilgrims can see the whole hostel, rooms, beds, bathrooms, etc. Reservations can be made via e-mail or phone.
Breakfast is included in the price, which is in line with respect the other hostels in the area and yet providing greater service and product quality due to all the reasons above.
We have washer and dryer service so that the customer has dry and clean clothes for the next day. We also offer a special price for the pilgrim menú at the bar Bistrot catedral, exclusive for customers of Casa Ibarrola.
Outside the hostel and just at the entrance there are boards for pilgrims who are looking for a place to stay on Pamplona, so they can see photos of the inside of the hostel, the prices and an explanation of all the services available at the hostel as symbols.
The hostel is open all months of the year, offering the same attention, services and price regardless of the season.
This new service is aimed at customers who come to Pamplona with intention to begin the Camino from Roncesvalles.
We host the pilgrim in the hostel that night and organize the transportation to Roncesvalles where the journey begins. Back at Pamplona the pilgrim stays in our hostel again that night.
We call it the Roncesvalles pack and prices have to be consulted as they depend on the number of people interested.
The hostel is just at the entrance of the old town of Pamplona, historic area, cathedral, town hall, route of the run of the bulls, etc.
Camino passes right by the door just after accessing the city through the gates of the wall. We do not have to strive to find it and we will be in the center of the city.
|Right next to the hotel there is an excellent bicycle shop in which we can make the adjustements we consider necessary for the path that lies ahead until Santiago, which at this point is a lot.|