Haciebda Castilla, courtyard, Pereira

Hacienda Castilla

Where to stay

Some of the wonderful places to stay that we frequently recommended.

Casa de Campo El Delirio £££££

  • Colombia
  • B&B, Motel and Guesthouse

Casa de Campo El Delirio, is a beautiful colonial-style house a kilometre away from Montenegro. Surrounded by a large garden and with great mountain views, it is an ideal base from which to explore the country’s coffee triangle. The house itself is decorated in a traditional, period-style and there are eight rooms with private bathrooms. There is also a swimming pool, restaurant, billiard and games room and a nature path that takes you through coffee plantations and forests of heliconia and guadua (bamboo).

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Sazagua Boutique Hotel £££££

  • Colombia
  • Boutique

Sazagua is situated close to the city of Pereira in the heart of the coffee region. In contrast to the traditional haciendas, Sazagua is a modern property offering 10 rooms with traditional touches. The gardens are full birds and an unexpected “bottle tree”. There are a lovely pool and fantastic spa. Owner, Amelia, extends a very warm welcome and is an extremely hospitable host. Excellent restaurant!

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Hacienda Bambusa £££££

  • Colombia
  • Boutique

The hacienda is built of bamboo and clay tiles, in the typical style of the houses in the coffee region. The 250 acres that surround the hacienda are cultivated with fields of banana, cacao, orange, coffee, pineapple and cattle. There is a good-sized swimming pool. The restaurant serves dishes that are largely produced from food grown on the farm. There are just seven rooms, all of a good size and comfortably furnished. Views are either to the pool or gardens.

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Hacienda San Jose £££££

  • Colombia
  • Boutique

Hacienda San José was built in 1888 by Francisco Mejia Jaramillo, great grandfather of the current owners, and is one of the most ancient and better-preserved houses in the area. Set amid lush vegetation in a vibrant coffee-producing area, the hacienda is a traditional house of the ‘eje cafetero’ whose history dates back three centuries. The ‘tapia pisada’ walls of the first-floor date back to colonial times and are of Spanish influence, whereas the second floor is built in the style of the Antioquia colonisation.

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