Hotel Cayara

Bolivia

  • Stay in a 16th hacienda
  • Free guided tour of the musuem
  • Visit Potosi and the silver mines
  • Walk in the gardens
  • Tranquil valley setting

Open: Hotel Cayara is open all year.

Location: The is a former hacienda on a country estate and dairy farm in a valley about a half hour drive (19kms) from Potosi.

Rooms: There are 15 rooms grouped around 2 courtyards. There are 2 standard rooms, 1 with a private bathroom and the others sharing a bathroom, 7 twin rooms and 3 doubles all en-suite, and 2 family suites. Heaters and electric blankets keep any chills at bay.

Activities: You can explore Potosi with its colonial heritage, museums, shops, restaurants and silver mines. At the hotel itself you can enjoy a guided tour of the museum, go for walks in the gardens, hikes in the surrounding area, visit nearby tunnels and rock formations and see buildings carved into the rocks.

Facilities: The hotel has a sitting room, a great hall with examples of ancient armour and weaponry. There is a museum on site with items and artefacts about the hacienda. There is also a library with around 6,000 books, some dating back to the 16th century. There are 2 quiet patios and pretty gardens. The hacienda has its own Catholic chapel.

Dining: Enjoy farm fresh produce at breakfast. Dinner is available, a set menu of home-cooked fare.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome.

Health: We recommend malaria prophylactics for a visit to Bolivia.

Communication: There is Wi-Fi internet access but this is sporadic and should not be relied upon.

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