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Cloud Forest Homestay Machupicchu 4

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2 Guests
1 Bed

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This room has now moved & we don't have pictures yet. It's a simple double for couples and is in the main house but requires a bit of a walk to get to the garden bathroom it shares. For those who are just happy for somewhere to lay their head :)

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The lovely shared bathroom for two of our rooms. Hot shower, amazing scenery.

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 0
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)


Extra people: $25 / night after the first guest
Weekly Price: $160 /week
Monthly Price: $580 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

The guest building with the mountains rising above.

24 Reviews

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From Honolulu, HI · June 2015
Response from Andrew:

Thanks Yvonne, we loved having you to stay and we learned a lot about your country too. We're glad you managed to make it and that you enjoyed your time here. The dogs are soon going to have their fncy house built so hopefully the roaming will be cut to a minimum :) Tyson says hi. Love to Krisha too and we hope we'll see you both again one day.

June 2015

From Redhead, Australia · August 2014
Response from Andrew:

An absolute pleasure, we loved meeting you both. Thanks for the conversations and we hope it isn't the last time we see you.

August 2014

From San Francisco, CA · August 2014
Response from Andrew:

Danny, it was great to meet wouldn't be the first person to feel they were being taken down to the river to be dumped in a field :) we're in such a remote location, it can be a pain sometimes but generally we love it and we're glad you found us and had a good time. Loved the chats, learned a lot, and the soup was amazing wasn't it ;) Cheers.

August 2014

From Leuven, Belgium · August 2014

From Newberry, SC · May 2014
Response from Andrew:

Guys, Tatiana had a great time with you both, I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to meet you. Let's hope we get another chance in the future. Take care

May 2014

From Chicago, IL · May 2014
Response from Andrew:

Thanks guys, we also enjoyed meeting you both. Thanks for finding us :) have a great trip home.

May 2014

From Hamilton, Canada · April 2014
Response from Andrew:

The pleasure was ours in having you guys to stay. Honestly we've never had a bad airbnb guest and we're delighted you had a good time with us, we enjoyed having you. We wish you all the best on your return home and maybe one day we'll be in your neck of the woods. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences with the airbnb community.

April 2014

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About the Host, Andrew

Cusco, Peru
Member since September 2011
Response rate: 90% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a day

  • Andrew
  • Abra de Malaga

    This is the highest point on the road to our home from Cusco, 4316 metres above sea-level. On a clear day the views are breathtaking, but it is often misty in the afternoon.
    Santa Teresa Cusco
  • Machu Picchu

    The famous Inca city. A mere 6 hour walk from our home, or less with a short taxi ride. Not the biggest, but the best-known ruins in Peru. Best seen very early morning as the park opens (5am ish).
    Muro de la Ciudad Cusco
  • Quillabamba

    Humid tropical gateway to the jungle, Quillabamba is a city famous for coffee and fruit. A reasonable town square with amazing mango trees. An interesting visit after dry, touristy Cuzco.
    Quillabamba Cusco
  • Huancacalle near Vilcabamba

    2 hrs away in Huancacalle, there are the ruins of Rosaspata, a nice example of Inca architecture and a good 50 minute walk to get there. The 2 hour circuit has very impressive ruins and few people.
    Vilcabamba Cusco
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