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D&D Brewery, Lodge, and Restaurant

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The first microbrewery and lodge in Honduras! We have 3 cabins, 8 standard private rooms with private bathrooms, 6 private rooms with shared bathrooms, 2 dorms for backpackers, and camping available all in a rainforest setting near Lake Yojoa.
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Breakfast Available
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Aldea Los Naranjos 4km after Peña Blanca on the road to Las Vegas and El Mochito, Tapiquilas Honduras
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Puerto Barrios Airport66 mi
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Huge cabins- great food- nice beer. Owned by a couple guys from US. Comfortable, with firepit, wifi, and tours and advice how to get from here to there. Price extremely reasonable- some would even say cheap
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I’ve stayed twice at D&D and one of things I really like about the place is how easy they make it easy to see and explore the area. All info you would need is available at the lodge (and on their website). The staff are super accommodating and friendly. The rooms are basic but
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Lake Yojoa is well worth a visit if you like pottering around in boats or hiking and seeing incredible bird-life. D&D is the obvious choice for staying in this area; owned by an American who hires expert local birding guides, and with a range of rooms from basic dorm to fancy
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I just spent 4 nights at D&D and will definitely come back. I stayed in their newest room which was lovely - best shower I've had in Honduras. We went on a bird watching excursion with Freddy. He was very knowledgeable about the birds and we really enjoyed our morning. I
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Worst customer service from a server named Heidy. She brought out our food an HOUR later & completely cold. Did not check on us at all & the worst experience overall. DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS RESTAURANT!
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I agree with the other post, this area is considerably safer than San Pedro Sula, Tegus, or even Copan. We walked around the area and never felt threatened. Common sense is key, but I was in Honduras for 4 or 5 months, and I would say stay away from the 2 big cities, and be smart in Copan. I would check out D&D, the waterfalls close by, any of the bay islands, I liked Tela, and I visited a couple of spots around Copan, and felt the level of security and safety were not a huge concern, especially when compared to being in the major cities or in the southeastern portion of the country. Hope that helps.
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Hey there, Barry! Thanks so much for your questions. Our dorm price this year during the holidays remains unchanged at 130 Lps.--we don't like to raise our prices seasonally. However, we do ask for a deposit up front in order to ensure your booking during peak times. Please e-mail us at (I'm unable to post our e-mail address it appears--go to our website's contact form) for information on how to do this. We will indeed be serving a Christmas dinner with all the trimmings. Excited to host you for it! Looking forward to seeing you at D&D Brewery, Bobby D&D
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Hi there, Joan. You're the first person to use this new feature and as many readers of our profile on TripAdvisor know, I love answering! Good on TripAdvisor for providing this kind of interaction between guests and the Lodge. To answer your questions: 1. Very much looking forward to hosting you all in September! There is bus transportation from the border crossing of Las Manos to Tegucigalpa. If you don't happen to see one, you'll first need to get a bus to Danli and then onwards to Tegucigalpa. From there you'll want to get a bus heading north to San Pedro Sula. The bus will need to be able to stop in "La Guama." Please note that some bus companies refuse to stop mid-trip so make sure to inquire about this before boarding. Once in La Guama, you'll head to Pen~a Blanca (~12km) followed by a motortaxi to D&D Brewery for 50 Lps. max. 2. September is usually a slow month for us but a reservation is always helpful. That said, we know plans tend to change as you travel so just let us know with a few days notice! Enjoy your trip on the way to D&D, Bobby D&D Brewery
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"cabins for couples. rooms for singles"
"Plek, locatie, service, eten, drinken."
"Great beer and food, cheap dorms, nice activities"
"We have always enjoyed the cabins - private baths, spacious rooms."
"cabins are awesome"
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