Hermosa casa en lujoso condominio campestre en el Valle Sagrado de los Incas, a hora y media de Cuzco y a treinta minutos de la estación del tren de Ollantaytambo, en la ruta a MachuPicchu. Capacidad de hasta 10 personas, 4 habitaciones, 4 baños y áreas comunes para disfrutar en familia y amigos.
“It’s a magical place for those looking to disconnect. The house is tastefully decorated, the scenery is incredibly beautiful, and the people working in the complex are kind and accommodating. Maria will make sure you have a yummy breakfast before you’re picked up by your driver, in our case Fernán, who was very patient with our ever changing itinerary. Fabiola will take care of any other needs within the home/ last minute laundry for your next destination. WiFi is not the best, so you might as well turn off your phone and truly be one with nature! You will encounter insects/bugs as with any other place in the country side so don’t forget your bug spray. The house is in a remote location so plan accordingly and contact Jorge Luis for further info. He’s very resourceful and quick to reply!! Mil Gracias Jorge Luis!!! :)”
The house is a rustic Quechua house with rustic massive wood furniture. It has an amazing garden with fruit trees. The house is located in the village of Arin with all year around green landscape where you may find several waterfalls. In short you will be living in a house surrounded by corn fields, waterfalls and every shade of green possible. There are many activities to be part of like sacred Mexican dances, Temazcal ceremoines, Ayni Offering ceremonies, treks...
“I had a wonderful time staying at Alper's cute and affordable place in the small town of Arin near a beautiful waterfall hike. The space was cozy and comfortable with a lush courtyard and a nice large shared kitchen downstairs where I enjoyed hanging out with Alper and his adorable cat. He was super generous and upgraded me to a bigger room and shared some of his food with me since I hadn't gone shopping when I arrived. Truly a man who embodies the spirit of Ayni (Quechua for "Today for you, tomorrow for me"). A tip, grab groceries in one of the markets in Pisac, Calca or Urubamba on your way in. Arin is very small and only has a little tienda for basics. Totally doable, but next time I stay there (a most definite yes) I'd love to do more cooking. Alper is a very friendly laid back host with solid knowledge of off the beaten path hikes in the area too. This is agreat place to stay if you're looking for a beautiful and relaxed atmosphere in the valley away from the usual tourist spots.”
We are a real COUNTRYSIDE HOME not just an accommodation. You will have a beautifully designed home for yourself to rest and the luxury of your own bio garden and small farm to collect fresh eggs. Enjoy the garden, the bio veggies, the imposing views of the surrounding mountains… - Cleanliness: our house keeping staff is professionally trained to have our homes impeccable , and tidy for our guests.
“This house blew me away. Not only does it have amazing views from every window in the house, but the furniture is comfortable and it's one of the few places my family and I could just hang out in all day without getting stir crazy. There is so much to do for everyone, including a bookshelf packed with books for all ages, many different board games, lots of space to stretch out, the pool, and of course then there's the veggie garden, yard, and animals out back. Rosaira is a fantastic cook and I can say I've stayed in probably 30 different vacation rentals over the years and this is the first time I've had a host that had someone come and cook breakfast/clean for us every day. We stayed for 10 days and every morning was something different. We also had Rosaira cook dinner for us 3 of the nights. They were all traditional Peruvian dishes that we chose and they were fantastic as well, not only in flavor but in presentation as well. I'm not sure if she was a chef at a restaurant at some point in the past or what but it sure seemed that way. I highly recommend this place if you want to be close to great hiking and ruins in the Sacred Valley with a more relaxing stay than being in Cusco.”