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El Cortijo Hotel Boutique

  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
  • El Cortijo Hotel Boutique
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Charming and attractive little guesthouse within a whitewashed colonial building, decorated with great care and attention to detail.

The most attractive little guesthouse, El Cortijo Hotel Boutique makes the most of a modest colonial building in the whitewashed mountain village of Cachi. A lot of thought and care has gone into the decoration and furnishings to create a comfortable and welcoming environment at a very reasonable price.

 The restored 19th-century house has chunky white stucco walls, stone floors and a lovely courtyard with balconies, creeping plants and views towards the Nevado del Cachi. There are 11 tiny rooms (and one master suite with sun terrace) all individually decorated, many with cast iron bedsteads. There is a cosy lounge and breakfast room where guests eat at a communal table. 

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • Very small bedroom but we loved it there. Could have stayed another night

    Very small bedroom but we loved it there. Could have stayed another night.
  • "OK place considering its a small town. Nice to find WiFi there. Upstairs rooms were hot at night and dogs very noisy at 4am."

    RW, Cobham
  • Pleasant small hotel.

    JG, London
  • Wonderful views from our bedroom windows.

    JA, Glasgow
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Our Expert's Opinion

A simple yet very welcoming and beautifully decorated guesthouse, El Cortijo was a perfect and inexpensive base for exploring the quaint village of Cachi. Leaving our hire car outside the hotel, exploring on foot was easy, and the friendly front desk recommended a great local hike into the surrounding countryside when we asked about the best panoramic views over the village and mountains beyond.

Ben
Ben Line Travel Expert Ben fell in love with Latin America on a six month backpacking trip from Colombia to Mexico in 1995. Since then he has explored most of South America, including living in Peru for a year. He is now Head of Sales.

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    Sally Dodge - Travel Expert

    A former Journey Latin America tour leader, Sally spent 7 years working, travelling and living throughout Latin America before returning to the UK to help people arrange their own adventures to this wonderful destination.

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    Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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    Heloise Buxton - Travel Expert

    Heloise started her Latin American journey as an exchange student in Santiago, Chile. With extended summer holidays this was the perfect opportunity to backpack through Bolivia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil.

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    A former JLA tour leader, Carrie brings a wealth of on-the-ground experience to our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours department.

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    Charlotte Daubeney - Travel Expert

    Charlotte's fascination with Latin America began with a family holiday to Belize. She went on to study Spanish in school and at university before spending a year living in Santiago, Chile.

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    Alex Walker - Travel Expert

    A globetrotter since her childhood, Alex spent a year studying abroad in Guadalajara and has returned to Latin America countless times since then.

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