Right off the terraza with amazing views of the lake and other pueblos. Spacious studio apartment with queen bed, couch, table and chairs. Full kitchen.
Colonial style house surrounded by an exotic garden, situated on a hillside with magnificent views on beautiful Lake Atitlan and the 3 big volcanoes overlooking the lake. The property is only 200 meters from the lake shore and a public boat dock, nearby perfect spots for swimming and hot springs. The house is on the road that leads from the Atitlan Basin down to the Pacific Coast and its beaches of volcanic sand, only 1 1/2 driving hours away. Even nearer all over you can find exuberant nature that invites to many activities as hiking, swimming, biking, trekking, colourful native markets, coffee plantations, Mayan (URL HIDDEN) the nearby city of Panajachel ideal shopping opportunities, as well as many restaurants and some night life.
The house itself is divided into different units. For Rent a studio-apartment as well as double or single rooms (ask for prices ! )
Food and beverage are provided at breakfast.
At Lake Atitlan you can expect to find an eternal spring with daytime temperatures of around 25 degrees celsius, a beautiful landscape and one of the most spectacular lakes in the world. Activities range from boat tours to colorful native markets, many of the villages maintain old Mayan traditions. The lake is also a perfect base for discovering other exciting places in Guatemala as Mayan ruins, colonial cities, beaches, waterfalls and volcanoes.
Accès des voyageurs
As well as your room with private bath you will have access to the terraza and the property behind the B&B.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are typically available and willing to socialize and discuss the region. English and Spanish are spoken.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 24 heures précédant le voyage, la première nuit n'est pas remboursable.
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I moved to Central America in 2002. I have lived in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and now Guatemala. Ran a computer business but decided it was time to live a less stressful life. I still do consulting and run this B&B with my daughter Rocio.
Living here on Lake Atitlan has been amazing for me. Great climate, nice people and, best of all, very low stress.