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Recomendado por Lonely Planet seit 1999
Hidden 3km above town, these woodland cottages with fireplaces and private bathrooms make for the perfect getaway. The site is nestled beneath a mountain and thick eucalyptus trees. There are hammocks, an open kitchen where vegetarian food is available, and a sweat lodge (available on request). Much of the food served is grown organically at the hotel's own mini-farm, and efforts are made towards composting and recycling. The affable Chilean owner also guides treks, especially to the Lares Valley. Highly recommended.
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3 km west of town in the Pumahuanca Valley, T084-201568, Price per person. Very peaceful, includes excellent breakfast, vegetarian meals, English and German spoken, Spanish classes, natural medicine, treks, horse riding, mountain biking, camping US$3 with hot shower. Mototaxi from town US$0.85, taxi (ask for Querocancha) US$2.
If you've ever wanted to live in a tree house, Las Chullpas (Gonzalo Muñoz, tel. 084/20-1568,, US$45 s/d) is your chance. Chalo, a Chilean, and his German wife, Leonie, have created a lovely set of 10 bungalows, interlaced with gardens, whose tree-trunk floors, tile mosaics, and adobe walls remind you that nature is very playful. One room has a slide in the bathroom, and all beds are covered with homemade alpaca duvets. Sitting in the gardens and watching the hummingbirds is a real treat.
This self-described "ecological guesthouse" is the sort of place you'd expect to find in the Amazon cloud forest rather than the Sacred Valley. It's a funky, and fun, place to stay, with a bohemian feel but enough creature comforts (including, importantly, great hot showers) for all but the most demanding guests. That said, it's mostly a place for young and young-at-heart people. Run by a young Chilean and his German ex-wife (a midwife who works with campesina women from the countryside), the nine rooms are connected huts that have the feel of tree forts, but with an abundance of artisanal style, including comfortable beds, stovepipe heaters, and hand-painted, glazed tiles in the bathrooms. Profits from the huge suite go toward Leonie's midwifery practice -- making it the perfect, feel-good splurge. The inn is secluded, up a long dirt road 3km (2 miles) from Urubamba. Chalo prepares excellent organic and vegetarian meals in the cozy, fireplace-warmed dining room. He's sensitive to the ecological impact of tourism and questions of sustainable development in the region, and he's also a great mountain guide, who runs multiday treks into the Urubamba mountain range (visit for info).
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Las Chullpas Eco Lodge
Querocancha S/N, Urubamba
Cusco, Perú

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