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Posada de San Antonio

  • Posada de San Antonio
  • Posada de San Antonio
  • Posada de San Antonio
  • Posada de San Antonio
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Beautifully atmospheric guesthouse made up of three adjoining colonial mansions, with sumptuous furnishings and a romantic ambience.

In harmony with the ambience of colonial Villa de Leyva, Posada San Antonio is a beautifully atmospheric place to stay. Made up of three adjoining mansion houses, this family-owned guesthouse is sumptuously furnished and decorated, featuring heavy polished wooden bedsteads, stone-tiled floors warmed by ornate rugs, and cosy, upholstered sofas. By night, candlelight creates a romantic ambience.

All rooms have large comfortable beds, while the gorgeous suites, with beamed ceilings, feature a sitting area and open log fire. The restaurant serves Colombian and international fare prepared using produce from the proprietors' own farm.  Outside, you can enjoy the pretty flower-filled courtyards and a small swimming pool. 

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What our clients say

  • Very friendly, well appointed -- a few strange touches of décor eg female skeleton in Reception -I suppose you might call this very Colombian!

    PH, Huddersfield
  • Beautiful colonial hotel, limited breakfast.

    JS, Harrow
  • A fabulous hotel situated a short walk from the main square. Visually stunning inside and out. I loved the décor of my room and the view from it of the…

    TF, Wakefield
  • Great hotel very helpful.

    NK, Beaconsfield
  • "Superb, charming and atmospheric hotel in perfect position looking over a square. Charming attentive staff and great food and wine."

    GM, Harpenden
  • Lots of character; quirky rooms; excellent breakfast.

    JS, Abingdon
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Hannah
Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

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