Don't miss this hidden (literally) gem! Ask at your hotel or jump in a taxi as you won't find it on your own. You won't be disappointed! I'd suggest going for lunch so you can appreciate the views from the hacienda.
Although difficult to find, this hacienda/restaurant was well worth the effort. The grounds and views are beautiful, the museum was interesting, the place settings were elegant, the service was impeccable and the food was delicious and artistically presented. We were also told by our guide that many of the dishes were typical Peruvian cuisine. We would highly recommend that you... 更多
If you don't have. GPS, you'll probably not find this hidden treasure, it is a home/hacienda as well as museum and restaurant. The family that lives/owns has been collecting pre/0-Columbia and Incan artifacts for years. The museum is spectacular and quite extensive. The whole hacienda is something to explore..grounds as well as inside. The meals are served in the magnificent... 更多
We were taken here as part of our itinerary . The place is interesting and we sat in a room filled with antique Religious icons and you certainly felt the Hacienda vibe . Unfortunately we arrived at the same time as a large coach party which spoilt the walk into this remote retreat The pork chops (2) were totally over... 更多
Recently opened to select tourists, this place is up a rocky hill that you take for more than a mile and wonder what could be up there. Paradise is what you find. Built into a magnificent hacienda, the restaurant features original Inca and Spanish art throughout. Huge dining room, smaller dining room and best is the outdoor terrace. Peruvian menu... 更多
We had a lovely, private luncheon at this lovely hacienda. Beautiful grounds to enjoy our welcome Pisco Sours. The servings were large so come with an appetite. It was like dining in someones personal dining room. The Hacienda also has a few rooms that have on display ancient artifacts. Amazing to see.
Interesting view of private museum owned by one of the original Spanish land grant families [Peru had land reform acts passed and most of their land was redistributed]. The surroundings were more impressive than the food.
Travel up a dirt road to this beautiful hacienda in the Sacred Valley. Lunch is served buffet style in the main dining room. The courses are arranged on a long table surrounded by colonial art, fresh flower arrangements and lit by crystal chandeliers. Pace yourself because the appetizers can easily make a full meal. I particularly enjoyed the potato tuna... 更多