Many haciendas in this part of the Yucutan have been restored to something like their former glory to attract tourists. This one is approached via the rails of what was once a henequen loading station. The main building has the usual handsome and indulgent spaces, some of which have been converted to museums and shops. The restaurant is a huge open area overlooking a very imaginative amphitheatre looming over a cenote. In our search for local specialities, we didn't make the best choices but the food was certainly cooked with care and skill and was very reasonably priced. It makes a good stop halfway along the Route Puuc.
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