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Private room

10 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Private room

10 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

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About this listing

This farm produce specialty coffee and is located in the buffer zone of the Serrania Alto Natural Reserve Knot. This is an authentic coffee landscape with coffee tour and diversity of fruits and animals.

The space

The farm offers nature tourism, in a tipical coffee house, the cabin is rented complete, the accommodation capacity is 10 people. There are two floors, on the first floor ground floor are 3 bedrooms: two with two bunk beds each; and double bed in the third room. Also kitchen with utensils, gas stove and refrigerator; and a separate bathroom. Second floor or upper floor: two bedrooms, one with two bunk beds and small bathroom, and one with 2 single beds; large balcony for hanging hammocks or chairs if you prefer.

The farm has a natural spring next to a bamboo forest, where you can take a relaxing bath.The main crop in the farm is high quality coffee, associated with: bamboo forest,banana, beans and yuca,and some fruit trees as orange, lemon, mandarin and diferent types of guava.

The farm is located in the vicinity of the Natural Regional Park Serranía Alto el Nudo, approximately 12 km away from the city of Pereira in the village El Pital de Combia.

This village offers an authentic country landscape, allowing the experience of growing the coffee, harvesting, drying, going around the coffee plantation and sharing the coffee harvest. Near to the farm there is a spot for paragliding, canopi, swimming pool and sport fishing. Beautiful coffee scenery, to take rest, breathe fresh air, to nature hike and bird watching.

Moving to the city on the day can be done in public transport, in a traditional car known as jeep willys, the journey takes 20 or 30 minutes to get to Pereira.

Reservations can be made through this page.
It doesn't include feeding.
Any questions feel free to contact us.

Guest access

Guest have access to a kitchen, nature pool and any fruit or vegetable produced in the farm.

Interaction with guests

I like to interact with the guests

Other things to note

No incluye alimentacion.


The space
Bathrooms: 4 (Shared bathroom)
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and cat(s)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $21 / night after the first guest
Weekly Discount: 26%
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House Rules
No parties or events

Sana convivencia, cuidado del medio ambiente, control y manejo de basuras, respeto por las personas, los animales y los cultivos.


Cancellations

Moderate

Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Safety features
First aid kit

Availability
1 night minimum stay

15 Reviews


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Beth User Profile
February 2017
I don't know where to start- we had such an amazing week at Monte Jazmin! The view: The view is truly spectacular. You could sit all day on the terrace watching the light change as the sun crosses the sky over the mountains. The sunsets glow for an hour and then the sky is full of twinkling stars. Santiago, Carmen and German's son, showed us how to use his telescope and see Venus which looked like a crescent moon. The flora and fauna: I have read here about the abundance of insects but not about the marvelous array of birds. German claims there are more different species of bird in that small region than there are in the entire United States. We saw hummingbirds, parrots, a big blue thing called a barranquero (?) and many, many others with indescribable colors. Little red squirrels run up and down the trees. And the flowers are lovely- many kinds, again, that I had never seen before. Yes, there were some bugs but we were not bothered by mosquitos at all. The hosts: German and Carmen are lovely people. They were always there to help and never made us feel we were being any bother. They were kind, knowledgeable and generous. When I felt ill one day, they made sure I had panela and lemon and ginger to make a tea. It worked. I was back on my feet the next day and ready for the gold museum in Armenia. Carmen and German’s daughter Jenny introduced us to a wonderful restaurant in Pereira called Latino where we had one of the two best meals of our whole trip. We owe a lot to this family for making this trip so rich and rewarding. Food: The food in this area is so fresh! We ate fresh hen’s eggs and milk straight from the cow- so fresh it wasn’t 100% homogenized and actually went bad in two days (which is what used to happen before preservatives). These were bought from roadside homes along the way. And the coffee is suburb. We brought back 4 lbs! Santiago gave us the full coffee class explaining everything we need to know about growing, preparing and tasting coffee. He speaks very good English. The mineral pool: Maybe our favorite part of the finca. There is a small natural pool formed by a stream just as it leaves the mountain. The water is cool and fresh and full of minerals. It may not be one of the Termales, but in the heat of the afternoon, it is SO refreshing and invigorating just to lounge around in. You can even drink the water straight from the stream. We were there every afternoon without fail. The best part of the day. The area: There is a lot to do and see around the finca. Ask if you can get Daniel to drive you around. He is a treasure, a great national resource. He took us all over the showed us things we would...

Claudia User Profile
January 2017
Our stay at Carmen's place ranks at the top of bookings we’ve had with Airbnb on 3 continents. Carmen's farm embodies everything we feel Airbnb is about. This trip immersed us in the culture of Colombia’s coffee region as we lived as peasants on the farm, enjoying day-to-day activities in its amazing surroundings.   I'm Colombian and have been in this region many times. We traveled there to let my husband, an American, experience this region first-hand. But we both learned many new things about coffee farming and production.   The farm offers close access to amazing Colombian sites we visited such as Valle de Cocora, Salento town and local thermal springs. The Coffee Park with amusement rides is heavily advertised, but it’s a bit far from the farm and has little to do with the genuine culture of this region, so it adds little to the experience for the price. But renting a Willy’s Jeep with a driver – prices are very reasonable – you can get a real taste of life in this region. A Jeep is needed to get on and off the farm, and though it was not the rainy season we got lots of rain, so the Jeep was necessary with the unpaved mountain roads.   Remember that this farm is in a tropical rain forest. I preferred having a net around the bed, and Carmen said they had one available though some guests had not wanted to use it. Carmen and her husband were very kind to set it up for us, and we feel it best to use in this environment to avoid being bothered by insects and other tropical creatures. The rooms were very clean with good mattresses, and we felt very comfortable having the net for protection. They cleaned and pick trash up during our stay.   I give Carmen and her husband German a status of Super-Super Hosts. They are genuinely friendly and did their best to make us feel happy and comfortable during our stay. They also gave us an amazing lesson about coffee.

Karen User Profile
January 2016
This place was awesome!! Carmen Elena's farm house is more like a cabin house packed with everything you need. Santiago and German were super sweet. They helped us find our way to the house (we had rented a car). They were very very pleasant to meet, they were attentive towards us. I stayed with my bf and friend and we were very happy to have chosen this listing . The view from the house is breathtaking. It's so beautiful. Its a good place to get away for a couple of nights and relax. I do recommend bug spray for it is located in the mountains. The rooms include a net around the beds so the bugs won't be a bother during sleep. It was a very comfortable stay, i would definitely recommend any one to stay at Carmen Elena's home.

Johanna User Profile
December 2015
From the moment we arrived in Pereira's airport we were accommodate by Santiago who straightaway was helpful and polite. We arrived in the evening to all the dogs barking and it was a pleasant welcome by German and Carmen. Our stay at Monte Jazmin in the beautiful house and idilic surroundings was very special combine with the coffee process tour experience again just added a perfect relaxing holiday. The only issue with our stay was the wifi connection but the family did the best to help.

Gina User Profile
July 2015
This farm was very beautiful. The owners made us feel very welcome and as if we were family, they are also bilingual. The farm house had a very attractive view of the coffee plants and surrounding mountains. Keep in mind that this is a farm so you will be welcomed by insects and small animals, which is natural. The hosts did make sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed. The food service was impeccable, some of the best breakfasts we had. We also enjoyed the rides into town on the awesome antique Jeep Willys. Also, this location is far from town but perfect for the farm experience. Also for a small additional fee they gave us a tour of their coffee farm that showed the process of harvesting all the way down to the roasting and tasting (very recommended).

Rebecca User Profile
June 2015
Myself my boyfriend and our two friends spent 2 nights, and we had such an incredible time at Monte Jazmín from start to finish. Santiago (their son) picked us up from Pereira and brought us to the farm (and let us stop at the supermarket on the way too!) He spoke excellent English and was able to help us with all the questions we had, and was just so welcoming and helpful. We got picked up in the early afternoon on our first day so decided to do the coffee tour once we got the farm. I can't recommend this enough, Santi was our guide and we had an amazing afternoon of walking up into the plantation and drinking excellent coffee and learning all about the process. If you're braver than me Santi will bring you through the forest to the other side of the mountain to see the view as well! On our second day we did the paragliding which was amazing. The taxi costs 60k and the paragliding is 90k per person. The drive to the take off spot is worth it alone!!! The accommodation is basic, but perfect for what you need, and the outside space is just so beautiful you only go inside to sleep. Each morning the family offered us fresh brewed coffee and bananas and made sure we had everything we needed. They were such wonderful and hospitable hosts. We even got dropped back to the airport at the end of our stay. As other people have mentioned just be aware - you're staying on a farm in the mountains, there are A LOT of bugs, so just be prepared. I'd also recommend to make sure you bring plenty of food with you, however there are taxis available if you do run out of supplies and need to go back into pereira. All in all we couldn't recommend this place enough. A truly unique and special experience. Thank you so much for having us! Rebecca, Tom, Ciara & Ruth

Sarah User Profile
May 2015
Monte Jazmin met our needs perfectly. We were looking for a retreat from city life and a good environment to relax and reflect. The owners provided for our transportation to and from the airport and helped us arrange transport for the excursions we took during the week. We loved walking through the coffee fields, and it was such a treat to be shown the whole coffee cycle, from seedlings to one of the best cups of coffee I have ever tasted! The owners are friendly and approachable and very interested in providing a good experience, but they are not intrusive. Their house is a short walk from the rental, and they provided us with coffee and all the plantains we could eat! Monte Jazmin is very peaceful and close to nature, including a commitment to increasingly eco-friendly practices. The one downside of being so close to nature is there are a fair number of bugs. They have insects I had never seen before! This was a very minor nuisance for us, but something others might wish to keep in mind. The rental house has three downstairs bedrooms with a shared bathroom and a collection of bunk beds upstairs with another bathroom. The kitchen is small but functional and we were able to prepare all of our own meals with groceries we purchased at the market on the way in from the airport. The living/dining area is open-air, and we loved relaxing in the hammocks and enjoying the views. All in all, a fabulous and unforgettable experience!

Pereira, Colombia · Joined in May 2011
Carmen Elena User Profile

Psicóloga, catedrática de la Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira y socia del Comite Departamental de Cafeteros.

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