Hacienda Hato Verde
Quito & the Northern Andes
Hacienda Hato Verde overview
Hacienda Hato Verde is a family-run working farm in a peaceful setting on the south face of Cotopaxi with great views over the spectacular scenery and of the volcano. The hacienda has its own private entrance to the volcano, so guests can explore the area on foot, by private vehicle or on horseback, away from the crowds. From here it is also possible to visit local markets and also the nearby lakes of Yambo, Anteojos and Quilotoa.
Accommodation is in eight spacious rooms, each with its own bathroom and fireplace. Guests have the run of the house with its various living rooms including the elegant library-bar where they can relax over a drink and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. The restaurant serves a variety of fresh food including home baked bread and pizzas. The hotel also offers internet access and a laundry service.
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Place of Interest
UNESCO world heritage site
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This is an Ecuadorian-owned working farm, and they believe strongly in protecting the environment as an investment for the future.
7 reviews from
Ms Lisa Pritchard (01/12/2014)
"They provided some wonderful vegetarian evening meals ( and breakfasts) and were very welcoming.
The hacienda is beautifully restored"
Sally Longford (28/09/2014)
"It's just off the main road and there isn't much freedom to wander on foot, but we were being collected by Fernando and taken out on both mornings and were happy to relax around the house the rest of the time.
The accommodation is very comfortable. Our room was fine, quite well equipped, and overlooked the front garden.
Maria is very keen on maintaining Ecuadorian food traditions and so we tried a variety of foods, including Lupin seed salad!
I do think it's worth noting that there is a bull ring in the back yard, which was a bit of a shock to me. Several people I know would have been very upset!"
Gill Steinberg (17/04/2011)
"Accommodation and hospitality were excellent. The only path is also used by the cattle, and as it had been raining a lot it was extremely muddy! A selection of boots to borrow would have been very much appreciated."
Marianne Coleman (10/01/2011)
"It was interesting staying there and we were made welcome. There is not actually much to do there although we went for a walk down a farm road. The environment is not particularly scenic with industry not far away. We would have preferred to stay in the Cotopaxi National Park if possible. Tribes Response - Unfortunatly there is no good quality accommodation available within the park."
Andrew Faulkner (01/06/2010)
"By far the most luxurious place we stayed at. Wendy loved it here! The familly made us feel very welcome and not like staying in a hotel at all. Being a working farm it was a bit of an early start hearing the cows moving from the field, but that was part of the charm of the place. The food was of a very high standard but so was the price unfortunatley! I would have preffered if we had been told that there is nowhere else to eat here in the evening and if this was included in the price of staying here. I did feel that this was a bit cheeky. But that said it was an amazing place to stay if you dont want to feel like another faceless customer in a big hotel."
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