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Quetzal Valley Cabins, owned by Peter Bartlett, is located in the lovely village of San Gerardo de Dota, surrounded by beautiful oak cloud forest. To find our cabin (at night), we met the warm and helpful Liliana at Miriam’s Comidas Tipicas Restaurant. And we were...More
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Response from Peter B, Owner at Quetzal Valley CabinsResponded 2 weeks ago
It is hard to respond to this review because it was made 2 months after the stay and the Id given “Spunkie777” does not correspond to any rentals we had in February or our request to the reporter and renter to give the cabin location....More
We stayed at the cabins for two nights and enjoyed it very much. Everything is clean and neat. The beds are comfy, all rooms are clean and the shower was warm. It does get cold at night, but the extra blanket for the bed were...More
We stayed in one of the smaller cabins here for 4 nights at the beginning of April and had a lovely time. We didn't meet the owner, Peter, but were in e-mail contact with him during our stay and he was most helpful. The cabin...More
We stayed, yet again, at Quetzal Valley Cabins on this trip. As before it was great dealing with the owner, Peter, and with the housekeeper Liliana. The cabins are in a quiet spot with spectacular views of the canyon and mountains right out the window!...More
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After lunch at Miriams, Liliana led us to our cabin. We had a great walk down along the river below the cabins, and got back to the cabin to see the quetzal pair stop by the fruit tree at 5:00 just as promised. Snuggled in...More
Yes we have a farm manager who repairs any problems and a reservation manager on site. Each cabin has either wood or electic heating some with both. Breakfast is at Miriam's Resturant just up the road and rated No. 1, the... More
Yes we have a farm manager who repairs any problems and a reservation manager on site. Each cabin has either wood or electic heating some with both. Breakfast is at Miriam's Resturant just up the road and rated No. 1, the cost $6 per person. The second night has a discount of 20% as advertised on Tripadvisor.
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"Be aware that this area is in the mountains, and at a high elevation, thus at night the temps cool down quite..."