San Fermin is located in the middle of San Sebastians Old Town, between the citys 2 best beaches, La Concha and La Zurriola.
We offer clean and comfortable accommodation in dormitories as well as 1 private twin room. Rooms are equipped with lockers and we have facilities including wireless, We also provide music and entertainment.
Check-in: 12:30 to 13:30 and 17:00 to 22:00
We do not have a curfew.
Rooms are allocated at check-in.
Please inform us in advance of your expected arrival time.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast Not Included
- Common Room
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free City Maps
- Free WiFi
- Hot Showers
- Hot Tub
- House Keeping
- Self-Catering Facilities
- Linen Included
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- No Curfew
- Non Smoking
- Outdoor Terrace
- Steam Room
- Taxes included
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Vending Machines
- Wheelchair Friendly
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Check in time at 13.00 pm.
Check out time until 11:00am
48 hour cancellation policy
No show, 100% of the booked
Reception open 10.30 to 13:30 and 16:00 to 22.00.
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The airport is situated in Hondarribia/Fuenterrabia. From the airport you can take a bus or taxi to reach Donostia. Airport phone number: 943.668.500.
** By train:
Renfe Train Station: When you leave the station walk to the river, turn right and cross over the last bridge. Then walk about 150 meters and you get to the Boulevard,once there turn on your rigth, two blocks , and in Fermin Calbeton street , go to the number 23 .
EuskoTren Train Station: Exit the train station, and walk through the Easo Park then turn right into C/ Moraza. Heading east, walk two blocks then turn left toward the Buen Pastor Cathedral. Continue north past the Cathedral, over Libertad until you reach in the Boulevard. once there turn on your left, two blocks , and in Fermin Calbeton street , go to the number 23 .
** By bus:
Bus Station:Take the 28 bus From the Amara Plaza Hotel and get off at the last stop. That street is the Boulevard, once there walk two blocks inside the old town , and in Fermin Calbeton street , go to the number 23 .
Fermin Calbeton 23 Street
20003 Donostia-San Sebastian (Old Town)
Next to the Boulevard and the town Hall.
** By plane:
-From Madrid there are two daily flights to San Sebastian.
-From Barcelona there is one daily. The airport is situated in Hondarribia/Fuenterrabia. From the airport you can take a bus or taxi to reach Donostia. Airport phone number: 943.668.500.
** By train:
-From Madrid RENFE (Spanish train company) goes to San Sebastian, or even to Irun/French border.
-There are also trains from Barcelona. I would recommend you, if you take a train from Madrid or Barcelona, to take a night one (about 6 hours from Madrid, and 7 from Barcelona).
-From Paris you can take TGV (Great Speed Train, belongs to SNCF, French train company) up to Hendaia/Hendaye and combine it, in its last 20 km, with Eusko Trenbideak company's train that link Hendaia with Donostia (both train stations are one in front of the other in Hendaye).
-From Bilbao or Pamplona is much recommended to take a bus to reach San Sebastian.
Spanish Train Co. RENFE www.renfe.es French Train Co. SNCF www.sncf.fr
** By bus:
-Well linked to Spanish major cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Pamplona, Valencia, Alicante, Salamanca, etc. Take 'Continental' Company to go from Madrid, 'La Roncalesa' from Pamplona, 'Pesa' from Bilbao.
-It is also linked with London (Euro Lines company, 22 hours including the time for the Dover-Calais ferry), an inexpensive way to go to San Sebastian.
** By car:
-From Madrid take A-1 motorway, via Burgos and Vitoria-Gasteiz; alternatives to this road: take toll road (AP-1) between Burgos and Miranda de Ebro, and take another toll road from Vitoria upto to Durango (direction Bilbo/Bilbao). About 5 hours.
-From Barcelona take A-2 upto Zaragoza, then go to Pamplona. Even it is a good road, the alternative is to take toll road. About 6 hours.
-From Bilbao take A-8 toll road to reach San Sebastian in one hour, or take the national road (2 or 3 hours, depending on the traffic). If you are not in a hurry I can suggest you to take the national road to visit different towns and villages in the Basque coast (Orio, Zarautz, Zumaia, Getaria, Mutriku, Ondarroa, Lekeitio, Gernika, etc).
-From Pamplona take A-15 and A-1 to reach San Sebastian. It is just 45 minutes-1 hour.
-From Paris take A-10 toll road till the border (via Orleans, Tours, Poitiers, Bordeaux) and A-8 toll road from the border to San Sebastian. Not paying alternatives are N-10 in France and N-I once crossing the border.
Excellent information about Spanish roads is in the web by DGT (Direccion General de TrÃï¿½ÃÂ¯Ãï¿½ÃÂ¿Ãï¿½ÃÂ½fico, Spanish Traffic Deparment) at www.dgt.es