Simple, peaceful and pretty guesthouse set amongst delightful gardens with views over the beautiful surrounding hills and mountains.
The small, simple and charming Hacienda Anacaona is located in a rural setting a short drive from San Agustín, and evokes a peaceful country feel. It's a pretty place, set amongst delightful gardens brimming with tropical plants and flowers, and looking out over rippling green hillside.
The building itself is in a colonial style typical of Colombia, with whitewashed walls, tiled roofs, exposed wooden beams and hammocks strewn along the sunny terraces. Guestrooms are basic but spacious. There's a restaurant, and the hotel can arrange local excursions such as horse riding.
What our clients say
We loved this place and the family that runs it. They were welcoming, friendly and helpfulJLS York
The service was excellent, the food wholesome and plentiful and the kitchen/dining room/bar/lounge that served as the hub of the operation gave it an pleasantly homely feel.DM, Nottingham
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