Posada de San Antonio
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.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
Very well situated hotel, room was comfortable. Breakfast area and front of hotel very attractive with plants.MD, London
"This slightly eclectic hotel was very well situated, was comfortable, staff and catering were excellent. We would definitely recommend this hotel to others visiting Villa de Leyva."CS,Newcastle upon tyne
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
"The only real problem was that town was so quiet (I am talking weekdays) that most restaurants simply didn't bother opening."ST, London
Great hotel very helpful.NK, Beaconsfield
Lovely old Posada. Very quirky. Great location close to main square. Good breakfast, Very clean. Would definitely recommend to others. Quite a lot of stairs and steps to lug one's suitcases up but not a problem for us.SJA, Malvern
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 town.TF, Wakefield
Brilliant hotel, full of character - we had an amazing room - a little overwhelmed by noisy tour groupsGW Kingston upon thames
Lots of character; quirky rooms; excellent breakfast.JS, Abingdon
Nice place, little like Oaxaca. Food good apart from breakfasts, which seems to be a general theme. Apparently all the good coffee gets exported from Colombia, leaving the tinto swill for the locals. That is a shame!OKNS,
"Superb, charming and atmospheric hotel in perfect position looking over a square. Charming attentive staff and great food and wine."GM, Harpenden
Very pleasant Colonial Style. A bit noisy as next to a main street.JC, Dorking
Beautiful colonial hotel, limited breakfast.JS, Harrow
We really liked the hotel - old building/s, quirky accommodation, good common areas, excellent buffet breakfast, friendly owner/staff.AR, London
Convenient location for walking around the town., Kington
"Posada San Antonio was a simple cosy hotel. Bed had the most comfortable mattress ever and helpful staff."JB, Northwood
Good location, rooms rather dark but charming and atmospheric.CB, St. albans
Lovely place and staff. Small room but nice. Enjoyed its quirkiness.DC, Tarporley
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