Hacienda Bambusa is a traditional building recently converted to receive guests. It lies in the southern part of the coffee region - surrounded by bamboo forests, streams and fruit plantations.
What makes this accommodation so special?
The landscapes and the diversity of flora and fauna make this a very special place. Over100 species of birds can be found in the area as well as a number of mammals such as monkeys, foxes, armadillos, and pacas.
Description of rooms
There are just seven rooms, all of a good size and comfortably furnished. Views are either to the pool or gardens. Each room has a private balcony, small sitting area, and a hammock as well as TV and Wi-Fi.
Description of property/facilities
The hacienda is built of bamboo guadua and clay tiles, in the typical style of the houses of the coffee region. The 250 acres that surround the hacienda are cultivated with fields of banana, cacao, orange, coffee, pineapple and cattle. Hummingbirds can often be seen in the gardens. There is a good sized swimming pool. The restaurant serves dishes that are mostly produced from food grown on the farm.
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