A cluster of three authentic houses dating back to 1665, turned small luxury hotel and gastronomic restaurant.
The Navarre. A landscape of mountains that seems shaped by the powerful swell of the close Atlantic Ocean. In Bidarray, one of its most unsoiled angle, lies the Auberge Ostapé. A cluster of three authentic houses dating back to 1665 turned small luxury hotel and gastronomic restaurant. Step inside, the authentic Basque backdrop continues with whitewashed walls and exposed beams, raw oak parquet, Jean Vier fabrics, antiques and wool rugs smartly combined with soothing colors and contemporary touches.
Open from March to November
Double rooms start from 170 € per night. Use the calendar to find the rate and availability on a specific date and to book online.
The local produce used at the Restautant Ostapé. A drive up to the Auberge Ostapé is an initiation to its carte. Neighbours include Irouléguy wineyards, shepards, Itxassou orchards and other Aldudes pork butchers. And a river full of trout, too.
Rooms: 22 understated luxury suites. The idea here was not to make it on the front page of AD magazine, as much as to create warm and elegant hideaways that would leave the scene to actual star: the dramatic Navarre nature. All rooms have a sumptuous bathroom with a Victorian bath as centerpiece.
Restaurant: Despite being a true gastronomic shack, the restaurant Ostapé has a very humble approach to cuisine – chef Cédric Roubin focuses exclusively on the extraordinary local produce, and lets nature and local producers guide his choice of menus.
Pool: Outdoor swimming pool with sweeping views.
Honeymoons, Luxury stay, Wine country
Countryside, Hills, Remote location
Cooking Classes, Golf