I am a Chiropractor who stayed at the Guesthouse while serving at the Kausi Wasi Clinic in Qoya. My stay at the guesthouse was superb. Every accommodation needed was met with ease. The rooms are quiet and peaceful. The owners of the guesthouse went out their way to ensure that our stay went well, going the extra mile in every way. The home cooked food was enjoyable and felt as if it were cooked with love. The owners have extensive knowledge of the Sacred Valley and it's people. We plan to come back yearly to serve at the clinic in Qoya. Knowing that we will have the guesthouse to return too made the decision to come back an easy one. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Get your inspirations in a special atmosphere in the Sacred Valley!Are you looking for a quiet spot in the Sacred Valley, off the beaten track, and only a short distance away from the impressive sights?In the breathtaking scenery of the Sacred Valley, between Pisac and Calca, you will find Qoya, a small quiet village that has preserved its Andean character. Most of the residents still speak Quechua, the language of their Inca ancestors.It is the ideal starting point from which you can reach the fantastic sights of the Inca culture in Cuzco, Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu.Our German management will do everything possible to make your stay at our hotel a memorable one. You are welcome! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Guesthouse Qoya Peru/Sacred Valley