This is a newly opened, minimalist-style 4* hotel where service and attention to customers needs is fundamental. The staff are particularly attentive and friendly.
The hotel is located in a peaceful residential neighbourhood of Hondarribia and is a pleasant 8 minute walk to the marina and Fisherman´s district.
With just 24 guestrooms it is the perfect place to relax while enjoying a very personal, friendly service. The cosy bar and lounge is particularly inviting as is the restaurant which features a fine menu that is very good value for money and has an excellent wine list (one of the hotel director´s owns a prestigious winery in Rioja).
Other features which guests will appreciate are the rooftop solarium with views to Monte Jaizkibel and the ground level terrace area which looks out over a spacious garden with centennial trees.
Free secure private parking is also provided.
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Hondarribia; which according to legend was founded in the 6th century by the Gothic King Recaredo, is located just 16 miles east of San Sebastian - near the French border - overlooking the mouth of the Bidasoa Estuary: a natural border between Spain and France and part of a rich ecosystem which plays host to many species of migratory birds.
A fortified town, it contains a magnificently preserved mediaeval quarter at the top of which is the Parador de Turismo; a castle once the residence of King Carlos V. Interesting sights in the Old Quarter include the Puerta Santa Maria; the original gateway to this historic walled town engraved with the coat of arms: the Calle Mayor, a beautiful cobbled street with many interesting historic buildings such as the Town Hall (built 1745), the baroque Casadevanta Palace, the Casa Solar del Conde de Torre Alta; where the town’s history archives are stored, the Casa Ladrón de Guevara with its vitrified blue brick front and the Zuloaga Palace. Of note too are the Plaza de Vicario, the Calle Pampinot, the Church of the Asunción y del Manzano (Gothic-Renaissance) built between 1474 and 1600 and the Plaza de Armas; a lovely cobbled plaza where the previously mentioned Parador is located. This area also has many excellent restaurants and bars.
Adjacent to the Old Quarter is ''''La Marina''''; the Maritime Quarter, with it´s lovely tall, brightly coloured fishermen’s houses. Here, along Calle de San Pedro where the atmosphere is always friendly and relaxing, there are lots of cafes and restaurants with outdoor terraces for relaxing and dining. In this area too, is the Paseo Butrón promenade which is lovely to stroll along, enjoying stunning views over the estuary to Hendaia in France (there is a regular ferry shuttle between the two towns). The Paseo Butrón leads all the way to the Hondarribia Beach passing on the way the sheltering harbour for many colourful fishing and pleasure boats. A bit further on is Frailes Beach, Amuitz Island, San Telmo Castle and the Cape Higuer lighthouse which jointly complete a landscape of remarkable beauty. It is possible to travel further and discover the Artsu, Zuatxipi and Biosnar coves.
Jaizkibel summit, at a height of 549 m., offers an excellent vantage point from which to enjoy a wonderful panoramic view over the town, Txingudi Bay and the beautiful Bidasoa Estuary. Here too, on the summit, the remains of the old San Enrique Fort can be seen and nearby the Iskulin dolmen and Jaizkibel cromlechs.
Hondarribia is a wonderful base from which to explore the Costa Vasca and fine cities & towns such as San Sebastian, Zarautz, Pamplona and even St. Jean de Luz and Biarritz.
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