Private hostel (40, 10€) El Camino de las Estrellas, to the left of the Camino at the start of the village. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Website albergueelcaminodelasestrellas.com Tel 618 051 392 Open 13:00 Book here!
Private hostel (18, 10€, Easter to September) La Casa del Peregrino, to the right up steps shortly after entering the village, on Calle Las Huertas. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Website alberguenavarrete.wordpress.com Tel 630 982 928 Open 11:00
Riojan Friends of the Camino hostel (48, 7€, Easter to October) Albergue de Peregrinos de Navarrete, to the left of the Camino, signposted. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Tel 941 440 722 Open 13:30
Private hostel (6, 9€) Albergue Buen Camino, just past the Riojan Friends hostel on the left, on Calle la Cruz. Also private rooms. Microwaves, laundry facilities. Website www.alberguebuencamino.es Tel 681 252 222 Open 12:00
Private hostel (36, 12€, February to November) Albergue Pilgrim's, to the left after the church, signposted. Laundry facilities. Café / restaurant. Tel 941 440 707 Open 13:00
Private hostel (17, 10€) El Cántaro, down a side street on your left, signposted. Microwaves, laundry facilities. Also private rooms. Website www.albergueelcantaro.com Tel 941 441 180 Open 11:00
Private hostel (14, 15€, March to October) A la Sombra del Laurel, on the Camino about 400m after the town. Laundry facilities. Breakfast. Also private rooms. Website www.alasombradellaurel.com Tel 639 861 110 Open 12:00 Book here!
Shops, cafés, bakery, banks mostly located left from the church. Tourist office beside the church. Pharmacy on Calle Carretera Logroño. Several restaurants do Pilgrim Menus. Bar Deportivo, just down from the church, does good food. Bar Galería, a little further down, opens at 0700.
Don't miss the impressive gate to the cemetery (information given in English).
Private hostel (8, 10€) Albergue San Martín, on Calle San Miguel, in Sotés. Kitchen, laundry facilities. Best to phone before making the detour. Tel 650 962 625 Open 12:00
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