View of the gardens from your roomLiving room with TV
Casa de Campo en Ollantaytambo
Casa de Campo en Ollantaytambo


Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

2 habitaciones

4 camas

Indica el número de adultos.
Adultos
1
Indica el número de niños.
Niños
De 2 a 12
0
Indica el número de bebés.
Bebés
Menos de 2
0
Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 4. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se hará ningún cargo de momento
No se hará ningún cargo de momento

Información sobre este anuncio

Es una pintoresca, casa de campo, con todo los requerimientos de una vivienda, con acceso a las ovejas, gallinas y ... caballos, para quien tenga experiencia con caballos ideal , para poderlos montar, con la ayuda de Benito el experto en majenarlos.

El alojamiento

Local totalmente tranquilo, rodeado de jardines, al pie de las montañas, con una salita tipica, una cocinita tipica del campo, con animales caseros alrededor, caballos y todo el aire puro del valle de Urubamba

Servicios y zonas comunes

A todo los servicios , como Cocina, Comedor, Sala, jardines,

Atención a los huéspedes

El Cuidante de la casa, podra ayudarte en lo que necesites.
Si necesita dejar sus equipajes y recogerlos despues, lo guardamos sin costo adicional.

Otros aspectos destacables

Lo caballos, deben ser coordinados con el cuidante .


El alojamiento
Capacidad: 4
Baños: 1
Dormitorios: 2
Camas: 4
Llegada: A partir de las 12:00
Salida: 10:00
Tiene mascotas: Perro(s), gato(s), y otra(s) mascota(s)
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales: 9€ / noche después del primer huésped
Gastos de limpieza: 9€
Descuento por semana: 14%
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Normas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 12:00

WIFI: por favor usar solo para recibir y enviar email, ya que el servicio de Internet es muy limitado.
Bajar o subir datos, de la WEB, puede usar todo el credito de la web.


Cancelaciones

Moderada

Puedes cancelar hasta 5 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso completo, incluidas las tarifas de servicio.


Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

18 evaluaciones


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Perfil de usuario de Lindsay
Mayo de 2017
Such a delightful stay at this charming farm house in Ollyantaytambo. The room and bathroom were perfect-- clean and comfortable. We really enjoyed visiting with Benito, Paul and the others who were working at the farm. The place where the horses stay has a beautiful view of the ruins, and there are even baby cows. Great TV and recently got unlimited internet so we could watch Netflix on the TV using chrome cast at night too. Very close walk to town, but still feels peaceful. Highly recommend!
Perfil de usuario de Walter
Respuesta de Walter:
Thank you Lindsay , I could nopt meet you , but I am happy you enjoyed your stay at the farm, best regards ans have a nice continuation
Mayo de 2017

Perfil de usuario de David
Mayo de 2017
If you are an urbanite, this place presents an opportunity to reconnect with nature and life as it was for centuries past. We loved the grandeur of the setting, surrounded 360 by craggy mountains with Incan ruins visible in several directions. Horses, cows, and calves are present and there are interesting buildings on the land. It will be a rewarding lift to your spirits to stay at the farmhouse in Ollantay.

Perfil de usuario de Mara
Noviembre de 2016
Not as far from the central plaza as we thought! Stunningly beautiful setting. Benito arranged horse riding for us, magical time was had! Be aware that there are different caretakers there, so there are always people present (this could be because we were there on the weekend), but everyone was very friendly. It helped that I speak Spanish- if you don't, you may struggle a little. No provisions provided, other than some dried goods in a cupboard from previous tenants perhaps? we were shown how to work the hot water unit, were shown the keys to each area (kitchen is at the very end, the sitting room at the opposite, accessible only though going outside), there had been a pot burnt on the stove just before we arrived, and Benito apologised immediately for the very strong smell- this stuck around our whole stay, despite airing out the kitchen. The accomodation side of things was very basic, the bathroom didn't feel clean, with leftover bits of soap, old tubes of toothpaste and some dirty paper cups in the window sill. We used flip-flops in the shower, as I tried cleaning it but it was too big a job. From this perspective, in comparison to other accommodation in Ollantaytambo, it is overpriced. Washing machine seemed like too much of a hassle to drag out, connect to the water heater, gather water (the water ran dry), so we found a local laundry instead. However, the setting.... That is what makes this worthwhile! In the end, nothing beats the stunning paddock where the animals graze (just ask to see it, you may not think to wander out there), the field of pretty crops in front of the bedroom windows, and the rustic charm of the place. My husband couldn't sleep comfortably, as the double (full) size mattress wasn't very big ( he is tall) and had a noticeable dip on his side, and the rooms get dirty quickly due to all the dirt and animals being right outside. The smell didn't bother us, it just smells like a farm and horses. :-) The little dog Sussie is friendly and good with little kids. Benito is great and outgoing, but he had to leave to go somewhere, and since we didn't have wifi, nor cell phone access, we had no way of contacting him if we needed something, though everything was alright. If written information was provided on arrival (in English for those who don't have good Spanish) on certain practical matters, this would help immensely. Also be warned that as it is a working farm, you may be woken by clients as the door wanting their morning milk. We were up early, so the loud bell only woke me once. Consider this place an experience instead of a mid priced hostal. Will never forget the beautiful surrounds.

Perfil de usuario de Ryan
Junio de 2016
This is the most incredible place to stay in all of Ollantaytambo. I lived here for one month and I was incredibly sad to leave. I cannot say enough about how incredibly beautiful, peaceful, inspiring this wonderful house is. If you don't mind (or enjoy) waking up to the sounds of horses, cows, lambs, dogs and people laughing, in a valley thousands of feet deep, under Incan ruins, minutes from town but feeling so far from anywhere, this is the place for you. I cannot recommend this place highly enough. Simply the best. I will be back as soon as possible.

Perfil de usuario de Jordan
Mayo de 2016
My party arrived at ollantaytambo much later than expected, but Walter sent Benito to get us without a hitch. We had an extra bed set up and were offered tea in the kitchen. I couldnt ask for better service. All in all a very pleasant stay

Perfil de usuario de Brina
Febrero de 2016
After comparing this place to others in the area, I found that this place is not as clean or comfortable as most others. Also, it is quite overpriced for what it is.

Perfil de usuario de Abby
Enero de 2016
At first I had a hard time finding a way to contact Walter once in Ollantaytambo (I couldn't get my cell phone to work), but the minute I got wifi he was able to send Benito to find us at the main plaza. Overall, the farm house was a truly wonderful experience. We managed with our broken spanish- the entire family welcomed us (I think it was the owner+Pascual's family). They showed us our rooms, even cooked us a delicious tipico meal (boiled potatos, cheese, corn, ham, steak, chicken) and gave us lots of coca tea. We felt very welcomed. The rooms were exactly what we needed- and the shower even had a water tank/controller and had lukewarm showers (like the rest of peru). There were insects, but that really can't be helped. Just make sure to have your screen up and wear bug spray/tea tree oil. I didn't get any bites from here. Joboca (the dog), and the other animals were lovely to watch. This place was the most peaceful part of our Peru trip, I would highly recommend this place to those open to staying on a little quiet farm, fresh air, lovely views all around. Do not expect luxury hotel furnishings, but instead a beautiful and highly eager to help family and modest settings. We loved it so much.

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Cuzco, Perú · Se registró en Abril 2011
Perfil de usuario de Walter

Outgoing active person, willing to help people to know my city and tyhe surroundings.
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