Hacienda Bambusa is located in the heart of Colombia - the Coffee triangle - and surrounded by bamboo guada forest, rivers and creeks. This working Hacienda raises cattle and cultivate e.g. cocoa, ginger, plantains and bananas among others. It is definitely a privileged place due to its enviornment and climate. The landscapes are stunning and the diversity of its flora and fauna make it a small and remote paradise. The Hacienda was built of bamboo guada and clay tiles in the typical style of the houses oft he Coffee Region. It's 7 spacious and very comfortable rooms feature e.g. a private balcony, a small sitting area and a hammock with swimming pool and/or the hotel garden views. The restaurant is run by Luz Adriana Martinez, an excellent wellknown chef in the Coffee Region, who serves a great variety of exclusive dishes that are mainly prepared with products that are cultivated on the Hacienda.
7 beautiful rooms with lots if privacy for guests
Surrounded by the Andean mountains, rivers, creeks and plantations
Hacienda is surrounded by a rich flora and fauna e.g. orquids and humminbirds
Restaurant exclusively for hotel guests
Beautiful gardens with pool
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