We felt somewhat disappointed by this place after reading about it in Lonely Planet and booking it on their recommendation. It is very isolated unless you have your own transport, yes they do rent bikes but you have to get there first! And not cheap to rent from them.
It's a farm down a dirt track which has some rooms, our room was fairly grubby with stained sheets and dirty towels, and broken bug netting on the window. The water was variable and we suspect they turn it off as when we asked (so we could have a shower....for 25USD/night not unreasonable) it would magically turn back on again. This happened every day.
As previous reviewer said- had to ask to use the kitchen despite it suggesting it on their website. On site cafe for meals and drinks, really tasty food but not cheap at all, and not sure would call it vegan friendly particularly either.
The positives are the views are stunning, the garden is nice with hammocks and places to sit and relax. If you have your own transport and speak good Spanish things may be a little different but we wouldn't recommend it !More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking