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Albergue in Bayonne

Antipodean_1

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I'm thinking of walking Bayonne to SJPdP before starting on the Frances.
Does anyone have an email address for the albergue in Bayonne?
I'd like to make a reservation but Gronze only lists a phone number and that's not a lot of help for me as I'm in Australia.
No big deal if I can't contact them because I won't be there until mid-October and I should think it will be fairly quiet by then.
 
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SabineP

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I'm thinking of walking Bayonne to SJPdP before starting on the Frances.
Does anyone have an email address for the albergue in Bayonne?
I'd like to make a reservation but Gronze only lists a phone number and that's not a lot of help for me as I'm in Australia.
No big deal if I can't contact them because I won't be there until mid-October and I should think it will be fairly quiet by then.
Seems the albergue is operated by the "Amis du chemin de Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle des Pyrénées-Atlantiques".


Happy planning.
 

Monasp

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Camino in 2008.
I'm thinking of walking Bayonne to SJPdP before starting on the Frances.
Does anyone have an email address for the albergue in Bayonne?
I'd like to make a reservation but Gronze only lists a phone number and that's not a lot of help for me as I'm in Australia.
No big deal if I can't contact them because I won't be there until mid-October and I should think it will be fairly quiet by then.
You can write to this email address : caminopa@hotmail.com
 

Antipodean_1

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Portuguese (2017) ; Frances SJPDP - Burgos (2022)
Thanks for the replies.
I should be able to contact them via the email or their website.
This forum is an excellent resource - congratulations and thanks to all those who maintain it.
 

Geoff Shepherd

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Camino Frances: 2018,19, 22 and planning for 23.
I'm thinking of walking Bayonne to SJPdP before starting on the Frances.
Does anyone have an email address for the albergue in Bayonne?
I'd like to make a reservation but Gronze only lists a phone number and that's not a lot of help for me as I'm in Australia.
No big deal if I can't contact them because I won't be there until mid-October and I should think it will be fairly quiet by then.
I’m planning on the Baztan (Bayonne to Pamplona) in Apr23. Would be interested in any info you find/have on an Albergue in Bayonne. All the best. Thanks.
 
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I’m planning on the Baztan (Bayonne to Pamplona) in Apr23. Would be interested in any info you find/have on an Albergue in Bayonne. All the best. Thanks.
Buen camino Geoff - It's a lovely camino!
Can't help with the albergue because I stayed at the Hotel de la Gare, right near the station. It was a very nice way to start the walk (and rest).
 

Geoff Shepherd

I’m the big fella on the left.
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Camino Frances: 2018,19, 22 and planning for 23.
Buen camino Geoff - It's a lovely camino!
Can't help with the albergue because I stayed at the Hotel de la Gare, right near the station. It was a very nice way to start the walk (and rest).
Thanks for that - I have used that hotel on past Caminos - very convenient and pleasant.
Thought that I would do something different this time for the first bit to Pamplona - then the Frances to the Invierno, something different for the end as well.
All the best, I enjoy very much your many inputs to the forum. Cooee.
 

caminka

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I'm thinking of walking Bayonne to SJPdP before starting on the Frances.
Does anyone have an email address for the albergue in Bayonne?
I'd like to make a reservation but Gronze only lists a phone number and that's not a lot of help for me as I'm in Australia.
No big deal if I can't contact them because I won't be there until mid-October and I should think it will be fairly quiet by then.
it's a very nice albergue with two small dorms (both have a window), two showers, a full kitchen, and very nice hospitaleros, on a quiet street in the old centre. 5 mins from all services, about 15 mins slow walking from the train station. a bit tricky to find if you are there for the first time cause I didn't see any indications, so use a map or google. it's near the southern part of the old town.

they have info on various routes in bearn which was very valuable to me as I was taking voie de la nive ou de la poste to SJPP (very tricky as the waymarks are sparse and tiny, gps tracks from auceourduchemin site very recommended).

I stayed there twice this year. once on my way to SJPP when I arrived too late to continue on for camino francés (I called in advance to inquire about this and they said ok because there was room) and once when I walked from irún to lourdes.
 

mrumru

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Camino frances 2022
it's a very nice albergue with two small dorms (both have a window), two showers, a full kitchen, and very nice hospitaleros, on a quiet street in the old centre. 5 mins from all services, about 15 mins slow walking from the train station. a bit tricky to find if you are there for the first time cause I didn't see any indications, so use a map or google. it's near the southern part of the old town.

they have info on various routes in bearn which was very valuable to me as I was taking voie de la nive ou de la poste to SJPP (very tricky as the waymarks are sparse and tiny, gps tracks from auceourduchemin site very recommended).

I stayed there twice this year. once on my way to SJPP when I arrived too late to continue on for camino francés (I called in advance to inquire about this and they said ok because there was room) and once when I walked from irún to lourdes.
How does that albergue called or how can I search on map/google?
I'm soon walking Bayonne to SJPDP and planning to stay Bayonne.
 
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