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Casa Delirio

  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
  • Hotel Delirio Campestre
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Rustic countryside accommodation in Colombia's coffee region.

Set in the heart of Colombia's coffee country, just 10 minutes outside the village of Montenegro, Casa Delirio is a charming finca (countryside guesthouse), built according to the traditional architecture of the coffee region with vivid hand-painted wooden shutters, ornately decorated ceilings, terracotta tiled roofs and plant-filled terraces.

The property enjoys a peaceful setting in ripe gardens full of the tropical plants, exotic flowers and palm trees which are characteristic of this fertile part of Colombia. The handful of cosy guest rooms, decorated with local handicrafts, is simple, but each has a modern private bathroom. The public areas and kitchen area, by contrast, are stuffed with antiques, handicrafts and nick-nacks covering every inch of the floor and walls

While there is little English is spoken on the property, the staff are particularly friendly and eager to please, and your guide will be able to help with meal choices.

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What our clients say

  • Colombia is a fascinating country with very friendly people. It is opening up to tourism, after years of conflict, and offers the prospect of an exciting, varied and economic holiday. 

    JH, Chester
  • From the trips arranged by JLA, we both found the Amazonas region wonderful. It was quite emotional seeing the Amazon River for the first time and floating around the tributaries,…

    MD, London
  • Our first visit (to Colombia) has stimulated a desire to return to experience more of this beautiful, friendly and welcoming country

    GG, Banf
  • Enjoyed every aspect of our trip to Colombia. Fourteen years ago when we first visited the country we felt slightly on edge due to security situation. This time we experienced…

    JE, Sunbury On Thames
  • Our favourite organised trip was probably Cocora Valley. Absolutely stunning and the trek was tough, but well worth it. Our guide knew a lot about the wildlife and flowers too

    MB, Oxford
  • Most Memorable Moment?: Impossible to pick one place/moment.  A very varied and interesting few weeks.  Cartagena was definitely a highlight.

    SJA, Malvern
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Our Expert's Opinion

Hacienda Delirio is a very charming hacienda that showcases the colonial architecture of the early 20th century. The house itself feels like a museum, adorned with objets d'art, paintings, and antique furniture complemented by modern features. Its manicured gardens offer stunning views of the valley and the town.

Chris
Chris Rendell-Dunn Travel Expert Anglo-Peruvian Chris grew up in Lima and spent much of his adult life in between London and Cusco as a tour leader, before settling permanently in our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours sales team.

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