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Let me tell you the one bad thing up front: if you stay at the Green House on your first full day in Peru, as we did, it will SPOIL you for the rest of your trip! We tend to be hard-charging travelers who want...More
The welcoming dogs, the gracious hosts, the stunning mountains, the beautiful gardens, the relaxing hammock, the outstanding food, the lunch delivery service, the spotless rooms, the hot water bottles tucked under your bed, the proximity to everything in the sacred valley...the list goes on and...More
The hosts, Brian and Gabriel, make you very welcome in this part of the beautiful Huaran Valley. The property is off the main road but provides a lovely rural setting with a gorgeous garden. Guests eat together for breakfast (included) and dinner ($30 per head)...More
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Response from thegreenhouse, Owner at The Green House PeruResponded 24 April 2012
Thank you for your feedback regarding our hotel. We normally don't reply to our reviews but we thought it was good in this case to avoid any confusions.
We are located in the Sacred Valley in a town called Huaran one block from the main...More
Our family had the pleasure of staying two nights at the GreenHouse in between our visits to Lake Titicaca and Machu Picchu. All three rooms were clean, spacious and comfortable, and what a delight to have such a lovely dinner cooked for us at night...More
The Green House lived up to every expectation I had. With all the rave reviews, there is always a chance of being disappointed. But Gabriel and Bryan, the girls and the dogs were amazing and their place is indescribably beautiful - there is no better...More
Response from Kelly929 | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
Hi! In all Peru the septic systems aren't up to western standards, so paper thrown in the toilet can cause, over time, back ups to the pipes- we empty trash every day in each room and each bin has a lid over it. So it isn't... More
Hi! In all Peru the septic systems aren't up to western standards, so paper thrown in the toilet can cause, over time, back ups to the pipes- we empty trash every day in each room and each bin has a lid over it. So it isn't waste that accumulates over days at all.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions :)
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