I spent 3 nights at Zuleta with my 17 yr. old niece and had an incredible visit. The horses are superb, the food delicious with generous portions, and our room was extremely comfortable. The house is full of history, and it is a privilege to experience it. The scenery is absolutely beautiful; a photographer's paradise. There are several activities including visiting the cheese factory (very interesting), but just wandering the grounds is fun. We enjoyed meeting some locals in the village and also visiting with the other travelers. We didn't leave the property except to walk to "town" or go horseback riding, but never wanted to. The riding can add quite a bit to your tab, so if you are a rider, be sure to budget for that. All in all, I felt it was worth the money (especially since our room was upgraded at no additional cost!) and would definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located only two hours north of Quito, Hacienda Zuleta is a family owned, 2,000 hectare real estate with colonial buildings dating back to 1691. Situated within a tranquil and fertile valley between Cayambe and Ibarra, you will have the impression that you have traveled back in time. The expansive Hacienda Zuleta grounds include a working dairy farm, cheese factory, trout farm, horse stables and an beautiful organic vegetable garden where most of our food comes from. We also manage an Andean Condor Rescue Center and the Hacienda is surrounded by three beautiful Andean communities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hacienda Zuleta Hotel Imbabura Province
- Hacienda Zuleta Ecuador/Imbabura